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Missouri CE Online

1st Choice Real Estate School

 Some of the BEST online deals in the state

 All the CE courses you need, including required core course options

 Completions reported daily to the MREC

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Our Courses

 Mobile

 MREC-approved (school code 20700)

 Easy to use online format

 Take at your own pace

 Immediate Certificates

 No mandatory seat time

Choice Packs*

 Contain the most popular courses**

 Includes all the coursework needed to complete your Misouri CE online

 Pick your pack and purchase with one simple click!

 Choice Packs provide the best value –
reducing the price of each course to $21.00!

* Each Choice Pack contains all 12 continuing education hours for $84!

(Includes the necessary 3 hours of CORE and remaining elective credits.)

** If you would like to take four courses that are not currently available in a Choice Pack, simply purchase any one of the Choice Packs and contact us at wecare@1stChoiceSchool.com or phone, at 1-888-233-3445, and we can personally assist you. You may begin taking any of the courses in the Pack that you choose to keep and we will swap out the other courses.

INDIVIDUAL COURSE OPTIONS (click the + for course description and to purchase the course)

This course focuses on the Americans with Disabilities Act and Federal Fair Housing laws. Students will learn about consumer rights and construction requirements under ADA. Students will review fair housing laws including fair housing testing programs and the complaint process. This course offers interactive role plays, videos and graphics to make the review of this very important topic a fun and pleasurable learning experience. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: CORE
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

In this course, students will learn the dynamics of property management, including management agreements, the management contract, the day-to-day duties of a property manager and risk management techniques. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Core
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

This fresh and engaging course covers the representation options, also known as agency options, offered to buyers and sellers of real estate in Missouri. Scenarios and role-play are provided to aid in a better understanding of the duties of buyer’s agents, seller’s agents, transaction agents and dual agents. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Core
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

This course covers topics such as the items needed for applying for a mortgage, credit scoring and how a credit score can affect the loan terms a borrower is applying for, and rights of the borrower under the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Truth-in-Lending Act and Regulation Z. Title insurance, deeds and recording procedures are reviewed and foreclosures are discussed, including ways a borrower can avoid foreclosure and alternatives to foreclosure. Information on the popular short sale is included, as well as a borrower’s rights in the foreclosure process. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

This course offers up-to-date information on some of today’s hottest topics, including risk management techniques on a variety of topics, such as RESPA, identity theft and the requirements under the Fair and Accurate Transaction Act, predatory lending tactics, Do Not Call, misrepresentation, disclosure, stigmatized property and licensee duties of disclosure. This is one of our most popular elective courses! The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

What is a distressed sale and how does this impact the transaction? This course takes the mystery out of short sales and foreclosures. Learn all about listing and selling distressed property, some of the property hazards associated with many distressed properties and investment and financing techniques. Students will learn the difference between retail and distressed properties including the pro’s and con’s of purchasing this type of property. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

This course covers some of today’s hottest environmental and property hazard issues. Students will review information on mold, including updated information on mold remediation. Students will review required lead-based paint disclosure, testing and hazards. Asbestos, radon, underground storage tanks, and carbon monoxide will be covered, as well as the hazards of methamphetamine, including exposure hazards to persons that enter the property. Students will receive a quick review on the controversial topic of electromagnetic fields. Your role as a real estate agent will be discussed, including ways to protect yourself through the use of property disclosure, professional inspections and contract contingencies. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

In this course, students will review the Code of Ethics, including the Preamble, Articles and Standards of Practice. You will learn how an Ethics complaint is processed and conducted when arbitration comes into play. The material in this course covers the information required by the National Association of REALTORS® for those licensees that need to satisfy their Ethics Training requirement. The material contains graphics and interactive portions to make the learning experience an enjoyable one. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

This math-free course offers information on the never-ending types of financing available to a consumer. Students will learn the difference between the secondary mortgage market and the primary mortgage market. Multiple types of financing available to borrowers will be reviewed, including fixed-rate mortgages versus adjustable-rate mortgages. Students will review conventional financing versus FHA and VA financing as well as the benefits of each of these programs. After students have completed this course, they will be able to summarize the differences between several different financing options available to borrowers. The material is presented in an easy-to-understand and painless manner. The information presented in this course should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

This course contains information on the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act) and regulatory information regarding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. This is strictly an information tool that should not be relied upon as a basis for interpreting Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rules and regulations. Michele Sloan and any other persons or companies using this material do not guarantee the accuracy, adequacy, or completeness of any content in the material, and you may not rely upon any such content. Michele Sloan and any other persons or companies using this material makes no express or implied warranties with regard to these materials and shall have no liability for any errors or omissions or for the results of the use of such material. Do not assume this information is error-free or that it will be suitable for the particular purpose that you have in mind. A knowing or reckless violation of any regulation under the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank Act) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, may result in penalties of up to $1 million a day per violation. This material is made available as a convenience only and the user should seek expert assistance if legal advice or other expert services are needed.

Course Type: Elective
Credit Hours: 3
Cost: $25 

Purchase Course

* This course also satisfies the National Association of
REALTORS® Ethics requirement

CHOICE PACK OPTIONS

  • Representation Options in the State of Missouri (CORE)
  • Real Estate Ethics* (elective)
  • Real Estate Financing (elective)
  • Applying for the Mortgage Loan(elective)


     
    Purchase Choice Pack A
  • ADA and Fair Housing (CORE)
  • Distressed Sales (elective)
  • Real Estate Ethics* (elective)
  • Regulatory Changes Under the Dodd-Frank Act: TRID (elective) 


     
    Purchase Choice Pack B
  • Property Management (CORE)
  • Avoiding Business Risks (elective)
  • Property Hazards (elective)
  • Real Estate Financing (elective) 


     
    Purchase Choice Pack C
  • You are required to take three hours of core and nine hours of electives (core can also be counted as an elective once you have met the three-hour core requirement) to renew your license by the September 30, 2018 deadline per the MREC rules and regulations which can be found here: (https://pr.mo.gov/boards/realestate/Renewal-Information2.pdf)

  • PLEASE NOTE: Once you have completed all your CE requirements, it can take a minimum of 48-72 hours from your last class to show up on the MREC website.

  • You can renew online per the MREC guidelines (https://renew.pr.mo.gov/renew-default.asp), or mail in your renewal application by the September 30, 2018 deadline.