Real Estate

Are you interested in becoming a real estate agent? Or are you a realtor who needs Continuing Education Units (CEUs)? Wake Tech can prepare you for the North Carolina Real Estate Commission licensing exam. We also offer classes on flipping houses, investing in real estate property, and The Ageless Home™ -- a class about building and remodeling homes with a universal design concept to meet the needs of all ages and abilities.  

Real Estate Courses

Course Details & Registration Information

Course
Read Between The Lines: Helping Investors Understand the Numbers
Name
RLS-3700B2
Available Classes
Not currently offered.
Description Course Outline Requirements Intended Audience More Details
Intended Audience
NC Real Estate Brokers in need of CE hours to meet the requirements set forth by the NCREC.
Description
Learn how to better protect, advise and serve your clients in their real estate investments. After completion of this program, the licensee will be able to protect their client’s interests by advising effectively on the purchase and strategies behind residential real estate investing. This course has also been approved by the NCREC and meets the requirements to count toward mandatory CE training for licensed agents.
Course Objectives
  1. • Understand how to set an effective and realistic investment goal.
    • Understand the principle methods of gains in real estate.
    • Generate questions to present to the client to build a proper base.
    • Understand Exit Strategies and risks.
    • Discuss options for “Off Market” properties.
    • Compare various loan options in regards to long term effects on gains.
    • Calculate benefits & risks of ‘buy down rates’.
    • Learn about Hard Money, Commercial Loans & LOC’s.
    • Complete various forms of Cash Flows and analyze the differences.
    • Discuss tax consequences and run full depreciation & recapture examples.
    • Evaluate various common real estate calculations.
    • Discuss common investor “rules” and their potential validity.
    • Learn principles of when to do certain repairs and to what capacity.
Outline of Instruction
  1. Fundamentals of Financial Goals
    • Establish the goals of the client
    • Assist in determining number of assets needed
    • Leverage methods
    • Create Time Intervals for Acquisitions
    • Exit Strategies
    • Analyze unforeseen costs
  2. Analyze & Apply Various Financing Options
    • Overview of Traditional Investment Loan Options
    • Discuss Non-Traditional Investment Loan Financing
    • Computation of PITIH & Run various examples
    • Impacts of today’s finance choices in regards to future leverage
  3. Crunching the Numbers & Cash Flows
    • Create Various cash flow Statements
    • Learn strategies to compare various cash flow statements
    • Explore the impact of loan options on cash flows
    • Examine important items that can impact financial gains
    • Discuss unforeseen costs, vacancies, expenditures, etc.
  4. Summary & Recap
    • Review Common Investor “Rules”
    • Managing Repairs Effectively
    • Overall Recap
Contact Hours
4
CEU's
0.4
Industry Standard, State, or National Certification
Yes
Certification
This course has been approved by the NCREC to count toward 4 credit hours of CE education.
Website URL
https://www.ncrec.gov/
Certification Learning Outcomes/Requirements
  1. This course meets the requirements the NCREC has set to count toward mandatory CE training for licensed agents.
CE to CU Articulation
No
Prerequisites
Text and Supplies Needed
If taking for credit; a photo ID and your NCREC license number must be presented at the beginning of class. All other materials will be supplied.
Clinical Site/Special Facilities
Requirements for Successful Completion of this Course
  1. Attendance 100%
  2. Participation
Accreditation/Special Approval Requirements
This course has been approved by the NCREC and meets the requirements to count toward mandatory CE training for licensed agents.
Intended Audience
NC Real Estate Brokers in need of CE hours to meet the requirements set forth by the NCREC.
Specific Industry or Business Support Needs
Real Estate Agent
Provisional Broker
Real Estate Broker
Broker in Charge
Industry or Job Titles Related to training Outcomes for Employment
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Provisional Broker
  • Real Estate Broker
  • Broker in Charge
Related Courses
  • flip It...a Look Into Investing in today's real estate market - SEF-3001EO2
  • Creative Real Estate Investing - SEF-3001A2
  • Real Estate Provisional Broker - RLS-3700A2
  • Real Estate Post Licensing: Contracts and Closing (302) - SEF-3001JQ2
  • Real Estate Post Licensing: Special Topic (303) - SEF-3001NO2
Course Contact Information
Benjamin Wagoner
919-532-5636