The OREA Real Estate College will cease to operate on December 31, 2020
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET
This course will provide you with a general overview of the real estate profession and how it interacts with other elements in society.
This course will provide you with an overview of how land and property are registered and how ownership occurs.
Successful completion of: Real Estate as a Professional Career
This course will provide you with an overview of a real estate transaction; in particular, listing and selling.
Successful completion of: Land, Structures and Real Estate Trading
This course is offered in combination with the Residential Real Estate Transaction. You may enrol in an 80-hour classroom session where both courses/textbooks are presented. Or, you may enrol in an e-learning or correspondence session for the Real Estate Transaction–General and then enrol in a 40-hour classroom session for the Residential Real Estate Transaction. You will write one exam upon the completion of both courses.
This course will provide you with a detailed overview of a residential real estate transaction, from the listing agreement to the final sale. It will also explore current trends and issues that affect residential real estate.
Successful completion of:Land, Structures and Real Estate Trading
As an alternative to taking this course independently through a 40-hour classroom session, you may enrol in a combined 80-hour classroom session of The Real Estate Transaction—General and The Residential Real Estate Transaction.
This course will cover the legal issues concerning property ownership and provide you with an overview of several pieces of legislation.
Successful completion of The Real Estate Transaction—General and The Residential Real Estate Transaction
This course will provide you with a detailed overview of a commercial real estate transaction, from the listing agreement to the final sale. It will also explore current trends and issues that impact commercial real estate.
Real estate is a regulated profession.
To trade in real estate in Ontario, you must obtain registration with the provincial regulator, Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO). Here’s what you need to know:
Get Registered with RECO
Anyone who wants to register as a salesperson with RECO, must:
How to Obtain Salesperson Registration with RECO.
The elective course may be taken either before, or after, registration as a salesperson with RECO, as long as the Pre-registration segment has been successfully completed.
This course will provide you with a basic understanding of valuation theory. It will develop your ability to evaluate property as you engage in the buying and selling of real estate.
This course will explore the increasingly sophisticated demands of commercial real estate clients and investors, who require complex calculations and valuations. If you decide to focus on commercial real estate, this course will teach you the analytical methodology of comparing cash flows and returns to determine the present value of future benefits.
This course will expose you to the mortgage market and provide you with hands-on activities relating to forms, applications, and mortgage calculations.
This course will cover the day-to-day issues and responsibilities of property managers.
This course will provide you with an overview of how to establish, operate, and manage a real estate brokerage.
Completion of the Salesperson Registration Education Program
To register as a broker with RECO, you must:
You must apply for broker registration within 12 months of successfully completing the Real Estate Broker Course and exam.
Create an account and submit your paperwork.
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