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Terms and Policies Instructional Objectives Courses of instruction are designed for the person who desires to enter in the real estate business and to prepare himself/herself to take the state real estate examination to qualify for licensure. Curricula Offered Preparation for Salesperson Licensure – Basic Principles of Real Estate – 60 hours First Year Salesperson Post Licensing Course – 18 hours Broker Post Licensing Course – 30 hours Continuing Education Course – 6 hours Subjects Covered Students study the various pertinent facts on real estate transactions.  Subjects discussed include: Ownership Encumbrances Contracts Transfer and Leases Finance Land Description Appraisal Closing Statements Income Taxes Laws of Agency Deeds Real Estate Arithmetic Admission Requirements All students must be 18 years of age and competent in the reading of required materials.  The school does not grant credit for previous education, training and/or work experience. Completion Requirements Each course has specific requirements for completion.  Please see these requirements on the enrollment application. Leaves and Absences Classroom - Due to the short length of these courses, no leave will be granted.  A student is expected to attend all scheduled classes.  An absence will be excused only in the event of an emergency.  Students should contact the instructor as soon as possible when he / she cannot attend class.  A student missing more than one day will be terminated and must reapply for the next class. Online – Courses must be completed within 12 months of registration. Classroom Calendar Contact Broadway School of Real Estate for Classroom schedule.  There will be no classes scheduled on New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tuition:  Cost for classes may vary.  Please see the Enrollment Form for your course for Tuition and Fees. Refund Policy Refund policy as required by Act 1213 of the Arkansas State Board of Education:  Students may receive a refund of $100.00 if they drop the course anytime after they have begun the course.   Students who drop out due to illness, transfer, etc will be refunded the remainder of tuition on a pro-rata basis determined by the number of classes attended. Instructors Kent Keahey is President of Broadway School of Real Estate, Active Real Estate Broker of Keahey Real Estate as is a member of the Real Estate Education Association.  Kent Keahey is also a contributor to Pearson Vue Real Estate Exam Guide. Accreditation Broadway School of Real Estate is licensed by the Arkansas State Board of Private Career Education and is accredited by the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) ( to offer distance learning courses and is certified as a Certified Distance Education Instructor (CDEI)( Location and Facilities Office: 339 Springwood Road, Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913 Classroom courses will be held at the Hot Springs Board of Realtors Office at 437 Orange Street, Hot Springs. Publication Date: July 2013 This information will remain in effect during this licensing year.  Certification that the Board will receive advance notice in the event of changes and/or if other changes will occur. Printable Version of Terms and Policies
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