Real Estate Finance #451
This course will include but not be limited to monetary systems, primary and secondary money markets, sources of mortgage loans, federal government programs, loan applications, processes and procedures, closing costs, alternative financial instruments, equal credit opportunity acts, community reinvestment act, and state housing agency.
Students of Real Estate,
This is a friendly reminder of our procedures for registration, payment, and attendance. The easiest and most convenient way to register for classes is online.
If you register in person and do not pay at that time, it is your responsibility to pay the cashier by 2:00 the afternoon of the start date. If not, you will be dropped from the class. NO STUDENT will be permitted to stay in class if not listed on the official roster, unless able to provide proof of paid cashier’s receipt for current class. To avoid all problematic scenarios, please register and pay for each class in advance.
If you are dropped due to nonpayment, you will need to register in person the following day and provide payment at that time. Once added to the official roster, your absence will be documented.
TREC requires you to be present for all thirty hours. Students are allowed to miss a maximum of two sessions for emergencies, and are required to make up the material with the instructor (documentation required: commission rule chapter 535, subchapter F, rule 535.65). Certificates will be issued once the attendance roster is submitted.
|R010163Q||Apr 17 - 27||6:00 pm - 10:00 pm|
|NO CLASS week of November 24th Required Text: TBA Available at the MC bookstore.||30.0 Hours|