Live CEU Classes

In Your Office Continuing Education Classes

For groups of 15+, we will come to you for in-office continuing education real estate classes! New Jersey requires that every real estate licensee must complete 12 Continuing Education credits every two years in order to renew their licenses. Our experienced instructors provide hands-on courses for your whole office.  Call for details and pricing.

We are not affiliated with any competing real estate company, so you don’t need to worry about our instructors. We get in, provide the necessary education, post the credits and get out! But we’re always available to answer follow up questions.

500 N. Main St (Rt 9 North)

Lanoka Harbor, NJ 08734



We’ll come to you for groups of 15+

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Ethics     #C20202785. 2 Ethics

Fair Housing #C20202786 1 Fair Housing

Fulfills the requirements for both Ethics and Fair Housing! Meets the new mandatory CE Ethics/Fair Housing Credits for NJREC.

Solving the Money Maze

C20201185. 3 Credit Core

Designed specifically for real estate Professionals. Get control of your finances, plan for retirement, take all your allowed tax deductions. Manage your money with confidence and success. Taught by Jennifer Karaczun, a popular guest speaker and published author who has over 26 years of experience in the field of financial planning.

Ethics 101

C20160145 2 Ethics + 1 Core

NAR Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice, tests of ethical actions, fiduciary relationships, advertising, anti-trust laws, case studies, professional behavior.


Forms of Ownership

C20160142 3 Credit Core

Review various forms of ownership, types of deeds and title, methods of transfer, constructive and actual notice; define real property, bundle of rights; limitations on land use, REITs, corporations, LLC, Real Estate Full Disclosure Act, Trusts, leasehold estates, land description.

Antitrust Is No Game

C20160989 3 Credit Core

The Sherman Antitrust Act and how it applies to real estate transactions, Identify potential Federal antitrust situations, words and phrases to avoid, create conforming office policies, Identifying Trusts and monopolies, reporting violations, legal counsel.

Unlicensed Assistants: Helpers or Hazard?

C20201404 3 Credit Core

Unlicensed assistants and agent teams can become the source of unintentional violations. Learn about potential problems that can occur when using unlicensed assistants and working with teams. This course also discusses activities that require licensing, rebates, gifts, and the allowable activities and limitations of Referral Agents.

Management Principles & Practices

C20201731 6 Credit Core


If you’re thinking of becoming an Office Manager or are planning to open your own agency, learn what it takes to maintain and supervise a real estate office and how to avoid the common pitfalls that occur through misunderstanding.

NJREC Statutes and Rules

C20169356 6 Credit Core


New Jersey License Law and the Real Estate Commission. Includes licensees’ responsibilities and fiduciary relationships with clients and customers, Licensed Business Relationship Agreement (required), licensing requirements, trust accounts, Guaranty Fund, Antitrust compliance, rules concerning real estate.

Business Brokerage Basics

C20161128 3 Credit ELECTIVE

Introduction to business brokerage; Calculating Return On Investment, Listing and marketing business and commercial real estate, financing, pricing the business, financials, legal issues, Bulk Sales Act and UCC. Tax Deferred Exchanges.

Show Me ‘da Money

C20161044 3 Credit ELECTIVE

Financing real estate transactions, the Primary and Secondary money markets, FNMA, FHLMC and GNMA, Compare VA, FHA and conventional loans, mortgage fraud, predatory lending, deficiency judgments, Various types of loans, the new TRID. Discrimination in lending.

NJREC: Listings and Contracts

C20169355 3 Credit Core

Essentials of a valid contract, the listing agreement as a contract, types of listing agreements, NJ LAD, property disclosure, forms of contracts, written vs. oral agreements, statue of Frauds, lead based paint addendum, estimate of seller proceeds, review the NJAR sales agreement, estimating value, buyer and seller agency agreements, buyer rebates.

NJREC Fair Housing

C20169354 3 Credit Core

The NJLAD (New Jersey Law Against Discrimination) vs Federal Fair Housing, prohibited practices in sales and rentals, HUD advertising guidelines, canvassing for listings, redlining, blockbusting and steering, equal professional services, responses to possible discrimination, Mt Laurel decision, affordable housing.

NJREC Agency Refresher

C20169353 3 Credit Core

How agency is created, False perceptions, Fiduciary relationship, the Consumer Information Statement (CIS), the CIS vs Buyer Agency Agreement and Informed Consent; Sub Agency, Disclosed Dual Agency, Referral Agents, types of agency, working with the For Sale By Owner and Disclosed Dual Agency, obligations of the agent, property managers and Antitrust.

Escrow and Record Keeping

C20160212 3 Credit Core

Responsibilities of the agent and broker/manager, NJ Real Estate Commission’s requirements for record keeping, which documents must be kept, for how long, how to safely destroy them. Fiduciary responsibility, general vs trust accounts, commingling, conversion, escrows and refunds, inspections by the NJ REC.

Leases & Rentals 101

C20160143 3 Credit Core

Residential & Commercial, types of tenancy, basic requirements, property managers, CO’s , obligations of the parties, reversionary interest, eviction, security deposits, NJLAD and Federal Fair housing, health and safety, Lead paint disclosure, Truth in Renting, lease with options, property managers. Guidelines to starting a Rental Division.

Real Estate Documentation 101

C20160611 3 Credit Core

Written docs required by the NJREC for Brokers, managers and agency, the broker-salesperson contract, Fair Housing poster, CIS, Lead Based paint disclosure, property disclosure, informed consent, the listing contract, the sales contract, and leases.

Major Marketing Mistakes

C20161655 3 Credit Core

Good ideas don’t always comply with the law, advertising rules from social media to print including business cards, yard signs, etc; common mistakes, “give aways” and gifts, pocket card/license, puffing, TRID disclosure, rebates, warranties, unlicensed assistants, agents held to a higher standard, REC record inspection, signage and more.

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