CRANFORD –Union County College offers the new courses real estate agents need to complete the 12.5 hours of continuing education courses required for licensure by 2013. This is a new requirement for all real estate agents who are looking to renew their licenses in 2013 and the courses must be offered by an approved state provider.
Union County College is approved to offer the classes in a 12.5 hour program that is comprised of two sessions. Topics covered during the courses includes: Agency, Ethics, License Statutes/Rules, Legal Requirements for Escrow Monies and Financial Record Keeping, Legal Issues, Disclosure, NJ and Federal Environment Laws, and Rules Pertinent to the Practice of Real Estate Brokerage.
The classes are expected to fill up quickly. The next upcoming start dates for the course are April 20 and May 11 and classes will be held at the college’s Cranford campus, located at 1033 Springfield Avenue. The tuition for the class is $200. This course will also be offered again during the summer. For more information on the course, call 1-908-709-7600 or go to www.ucc.edu/noncredit to download the Spring 2012 brochure.
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