Continuing Education
                Real Estate Curriculum




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Continuing Education
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Malcolm X College Real Estate
The purpose of this document is to detail the
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Real Estate Curriculum
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Real Estate Curriculum
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 What resources are needed to implement a State Certified
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Real Estate Curriculum
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Course essentials
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Course Title: Real Estate Pre-License Course

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Real Estate Curriculum
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     Real Estate
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Real Estate Curriculum
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                 Home Inspection $2,500 for the course, Book...
Course essentials

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               Appraisal
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ASSOCIATE REAL ESTATE APPRAISER

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Real Estate Curriculum
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  1. 1. Continuing Education Real Estate Curriculum Our mission: quot;Empowerment through Educationquot; 5-18-06 version 3.0 Robert Harris, MS., GRI Illinois Licensed Real Estate Broker Illinois Licensed Real Estate Instructor milestone@att.net (630) 235-3868 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 1 Confidential
  2. 2. Continuing Education Real Estate Curriculum 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 2 Confidential
  3. 3. Malcolm X College Real Estate The purpose of this document is to detail the process and procedures needed to establish three (3) pre-license courses/curriculum according to the State of Illinois Guidelines: Real Estate 45 hours Appraisal 75 hours Home Inspection 60 hours After satisfactorily completing the course, the participant will be qualified to take the state examination to obtain an Illinois License in the chosen profession. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 3 Confidential
  4. 4. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phases Development Implementation Evaluation Design Analysis August 14 to December 16, 2006 April 24 – June 1, 2006 Fall Semester 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 4 Confidential
  5. 5. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Analysis What resources are needed to implement a State Certified Real Estate License Course at Malcolm X College and engage ongoing support from the student body and Chicago Community? What are the measurements for success ? Enrollment, Satisfactory Course completion, Revenue, etc. Where will the course be delivered? How many locations ? Projected number of students ? Course Differential, Real Estate School competition. What time frames or course descriptions need to be communicated to staff and participants ? Fall Semester 2006 (8-14-06 to 12-16-06) 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 5 Confidential
  6. 6. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Design Design Goals & Objectives: Provide maximum exposure to real estate related concepts. Empower students with a knowledge base to specialize in: Brokerage, Property Management, Finance, Home Inspection and Appraisal. Incorporate Illinois State requirements for Real Estate Pre-License and Broker Courses. Encourage Student participation: Class projects, Field projects and presentations. Guest Speakers: Select Guest Speakers who are industry experts regarding Brokerage, Condo Conversions, New Market Development, etc. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 6 Confidential
  7. 7. Course essentials Course Number: Course Title: Real Estate Pre-License Course Name of Curriculum in which course is found:Continuing Education Course Description:45 Hr. Required Course needed for Illinois State Examination. Major Topics: Finance, Ownership, Illinois Law, Valuation, Fair Housing, Contracts. Instructional Delivery Mode: Lecture, Video, Computer designed tools Course length: Plan A. 8 weeks (6hrs.) Saturday only 8:30am-2:30pm Plan B. 8 weeks (3hrs.) Monday & Friday 6pm-9pm Cost: $350 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 7 Confidential
  8. 8. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Development Recommended course book: Modern Real Estate Practice in Illinois, Fifth edition, published by Dearborn Real Estate Education. Produce course outline, study guides, and mid-term (50 questions and final examinations 150 questions). Prepare all participant & instructor materials. Prepare all support materials including audio, video and other media. Contact: Robert Harris, MS,GRI Broker & Instructor 630-235-3868 Program computer-base materials. Mark Oaks, State of Illinois contact (217) 785-2903 moaks@idfpr.com next meeting June 8, 2006 for New School Review. Applications for course and school need to be submitted 5 days prior to the above date. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 8 Confidential
  9. 9. Sample Test Questions Real Estate A mortgage securing both real estate and personal property is called: a. Blanket mortgage b. Wraparound mortgage c. Open end mortgage d. Package mortgage Which of the following is considered to be a freehold inheritable estate? a. Life estate b. Dower estate c. Fee simple estate d. Homestead estate When property is held in tenancy by the entirety: a. The owners must be married b. Either owner may sell their interest individually c. No right of survivorship is permitted d. The property may be partitioned 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 9 Confidential
  10. 10. Sample Test Questions Real Estate 1. The practice of channeling home seekers into or out of an area is referred to as: a. Channeling b. Redlining c. Targeting d. Steering 2. All of the following are contracts between an agent and a principal except: a. Open listing b. Option listing c. Exclusive agency listing d. Multiple listing 3. Generally, the priority of liens is determined by the: a. Size of the claim b. Court c. Cause of action date d. Recording date 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 10 Confidential
  11. 11. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Development Home Inspection $2,500 for the course, Books $150 College of Du Page College of Lake County Harper College Lewis and Clark Community College Lincoln Land Community College Oakton Community College Sauk Valley College Triton College CONTACTS for Instructors Andrew Cade (708) 989-6205 Andy@americanstandards1.com Tom Myers, CRI, HomeOwner Services, Inc., (847) 308-1495 Chuck Walton Jr. - The Housedoctors 630-904-7000 http://thehousedoctors1.com Mark Oaks, State of Illinois contact (217) 785-2903 moaks@idfpr.com next meeting June 8, 2006 for New School Review. Applications for course and school need to be submitted 5 days prior to the above date. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 11 Confidential
  12. 12. Course essentials Course Number: Home Inspection Course Title: Name of Curriculum in which course is found:Continuing Education Course Description: 60 Hr. Required Course needed for Illinois State Examination. Major Topics: Inspection Methods, Building Systems, Reporting, Professional Practice, Illinois Law & Rules Instructional Delivery Mode: Lecture, Video, Labs Course length: Plan A. 8 weeks: To be determined. Plan B. 8 weeks: To be determined. Cost: $2,500 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 12 Confidential
  13. 13. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Development Appraisal Recommended course book: Real Estate Appraisal , published by Dearborn Real Estate Education. Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal, published by Dearborn Real Estate Education. Contacts for Instructors: David Dubois, General Appraisal (708) 598-5700 office, (708) 259-9967 mobile Illinois Board of Appraisal Member Henderson Yarbrough, (708) 681-0047 Mayor of Maywood & Appraisal Mike Brown & Mark Oaks, State of Illinois contact (217) 785-2903 moaks@idfpr.com next meeting June 8, 2006 for New School Review. Applications for course and school need to be submitted 5 days prior to the above date. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 13 Confidential
  14. 14. Course essentials Course Number: Appraisal Course Title: Name of Curriculum in which course is found:Continuing Education Course Description: 75 Hr. Required Course needed for Illinois State Examination. Major Topics: USPAP, Principles, Procedures Instructional Delivery Mode: Lecture, Video, Computer designed tools Course length: Plan A. 8 weeks: To be determined Plan B. 8 weeks: To be determined. Cost: $1,000 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 14 Confidential
  15. 15. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Development ASSOCIATE REAL ESTATE APPRAISER Associate real estate appraiser is an entry-level appraiser who is required to have their reports supervised and signed by a licensed Certified Residential or Certified General Illinois Appraiser. To be eligible for this license, candidates must complete 75 classroom hours of pre-license instruction. The following three courses are required to become an Illinois Associate Appraiser. a. USPAP – 15 hours b. Basic real estate appraisal principles – 30 hours c. Basic appraisal procedures – 30 hours Courses are approved by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation- Division of Banks and Real Estate (IDFPR-DBRE). 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 15 Confidential
  16. 16. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Development Appraisal UNIFORM STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL APPRAISAL PRACTICE (USPAP) (15 HOURS) - This course is designed to familiarize participants with the Uniform Standards of Professional Practice and specific state regulations. The Uniform Standards are broad statements of intent, including rules that govern professional appraisal practice. The quot;binding requirementsquot; and quot;specific appraisal guidelinesquot; of these standards rules are emphasized. Fair Housing and Fair Lending are also covered. TEXTBOOK: Uniform Standards of Professional Practice. Tuition: $295.00 BASIC REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL PRINCIPLES (30 HOURS) - Provides both entry- level and experienced real estate professionals with a solid overview of the valuation process. Fundamental real estate appraisal principles, guidelines for conducting professional appraisals, what professional real estate appraisers do, how they do it, and why their work is important are presented. Course participants will become acquaint-ed with the level of performance required of appraisal practitioners. TEXTBOOK: Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal, Dearborn Publishing. Tuition: $395.00 BASIC APPRAISAL PROCEDURES (30 HOURS) - This course instructs participants in the correct application of the three approaches to value in residential appraising. Topics include: the single-family residential market; neighborhood analysis; home inspection; market/neighborhood analysis; data collection; characteristics of residential neighborhood; property inspection examines residential construction; functional utility; measurement, quality and condition analysis. Constructing market data grids; isolating significant similarities/dissimilarities; site evaluation; highest and best use analysis and reconciliation are discussed. TEXTBOOKS: Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal and How to Use the Uniform Residential Appraisal Report, Dearborn Publishing. Tuition: $395.00 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 16 Confidential
  17. 17. Target Marketing Newsletters: Rush and Cook County Hospital Newspapers: N’Digo, Tribune, Sun-Times, Defender,Exito, Chicago Reporter Professional Journals: Medical, Financial, Education Radio/TV: WVON, WBBM-TV, WFLD-TV Local Realty Brokers: Austin, Tri-Taylor, Near West, Near South 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 17 Confidential
  18. 18. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Implementation In this phase the project is: 1. Put into service. 2. Evaluated by participants, facilitators and stakeholders. 3. Changed, restructured, or improved if necessary. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 18 Confidential
  19. 19. Real Estate Curriculum Project Phase: Evaluation Confirm that all subject matter is correct and reviewed. Consult with stakeholders to ensure adherence to established project goals. Adhere to the design plan and procedure sign- off on critical design elements. Ensure quality control of the process by constant and thorough evaluation of all remaining project elements. 5/18/2006 Milestone Projects Inc. 19 Confidential

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