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New Jersey Real Estate CE

Complete your New Jersey real estate continuing education online at 360training.com. Our courses are designed to help you fulfill your CE credits for your New York real estate license renewal.

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Course Description

The objective of this module is to teach real estate professionals how they can help their clients with the process of buying and selling property on a tax – favorable basis.

The first two lessons describe a method of real estate purchase using pre – tax dollars and of growing the estate within a qualified product. We will discuss the current tax advantages of using both qualified and non – qualified tax products such as IRAs, SEP IRAs, 401(k)s, Roth IRAs and charitable gift annuities. The use of these applications provides the real estate professional with an opportunity to create a long – standing and profitable relationship with his or her clients, as well as attracting a more sophisticated investor wishing to find an alternative to 1031 exchanges.

Lessons three and four of this module will explain the many important aspects of Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. The course will focus on the benefits of the 1031 exchange for the investor, the licensee and the other parties involved in the transaction. The student will learn which properties qualify under Section 1031 and how to use the various types of 1031 exchanges to enhance the client’s position in the investment real estate market.

The concluding lesson in this module presents real – world dilemmas and concrete applications of the information presented in the rest of the course. As the student completes this module, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of tax – favorable real estate transactions and how they fit into the larger practice of real estate. The last lesson will help with this project by presenting comprehensive content questions, practice problems and case studies.
Upon completion of this module the student will be able to.

  • Identify motivated buying and selling clients.
  • Outline the attributes of qualified and non – qualified products and how they can benefit to the sales process.
  • Describe the restrictive rulings of the 1031 exchange program.
  • Explain how money can be accumulated using pre – tax dollars, accumulating interest on a tax – deferred basis and creating litigation protection.
  • State charitable strategies for creating income and tax relief for individuals or families owning highly – appreciated real estate.
  • Describe charitable gift annuities and the annuity payments, income benefits and tax advantages associated with them.
  • State the parameters that the IRS uses to define a valid “like – kind” exchange.
  • Explain the advantages and disadvantages of various exchanging alternatives.
  • Outline the mechanics of a successful tax – deferred exchange and the role of each party in those exchanges.
  • Identify common exchange documentation and describe the role of a qualified intermediary.
  • Define “boot” and explain how to deal with it.
  • Calculate whether a sale is preferable to an exchange.


Lesson 1: Introduction to Tax – Favorable Transactions
Lesson 2: Charitable Gift Annuities
Lesson 3: Introduction to 1031 Exchanges
Lesson 4: Exchanges
Lesson 5: Real – World Practice Lesson.

4 $25

Course Description

This lesson explores the meaning of real property ownership and the differences between real estate and personal property. Although these terms are often used interchangeably in everyday conversation, there are different rights associated with these different commodities. It is important that licensees understand the differences between them and are able to explain the distinctions to their clients and customers.

We will learn how different commodities-land, real estate, and real property- transfer and relate to one another. In addition, we will learn about land use theory and come to understand how our federal, state, municipal and private authorities govern and plan our communities. We will also cover legal descriptions as well as informal descriptions, the development of these concepts and the role they play in the real estate industry.


Learning Objectives

Key Terms.

Lesson 1: Personal and Real Property Ownership.

  • History of Land Ownership
  • Characteristics of Real Estate and Land
  • Land, Real Estate and Real Property
  • Ownership Rights
  • Real Property vs. Personal Property

Lesson 2: Land Description.

  • Informal Location References
  • Metes and Bounds Survey System
  • Rectangular Survey System
  • Recorded Plat Method of Land Description
  • Vertical Land Description
  • Reference to a Previous Record

Lesson 3: Controlling Development.

  • Highest and Best Use
  • Public Controls
  • Private Controls
  • Public Ownership
  • Multi – State Land Controls

Lesson 4: Real Estate Practice.

  • Describing Land Using Metes and Bounds
  • Field Applications of Real Property and Land Use Material

Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to.

  • Describe the difference between land, real estate and real property.
  • Recognize the difference between real property and personal property.
  • State the definition of a fixture.
  • Explain the general character of surface, subsurface and air rights, as well as littoral and riparian rights.
  • Outline the basic features of the metes and bounds survey method and the rectangular survey method.
  • Distinguish the vertical method of land description from other survey methods.
  • Name the basic public and private methods employed to control the use and development of land.
  • Outline the “highest and best use” theory of land application.
3 $25

Course Description

Property management is a special category of real estate work. The term “property management” generally refers to the group of services which an owner hires a professional property manager or management firm to perform. The quality of management directly affects the profitability of the property being managed. A skilled property manager thus protects the owner’s capital investment in real estate and makes sure that the property generates profit. In many cases, property managers must be licensed real estate brokers.

This module includes the following lessons.

  • Introduction to Property Management
  • Management Plans and Management Agreements
  • A Property Manager’s Typical Duties
  • Interacting with Tenants
  • Property Management and Leases
  • Real Estate Practice Lesson

We will cover a property manager’s basic functions, including administrative duties, leasing practices and the manager’s legal relationships with the owner and the tenants of the property. The module also discusses the way to construct a management agreement so that the manager and the owner clearly understand one another’s roles. Licensees will benefit from understanding the various types of property management, as well as the duties that successful property managers must carry out.

The concluding lesson in this module presents real – world dilemmas and concrete applications of the information presented in the rest of the course. As the student completes this module, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of property management and how it fits into the larger practice of real estate; the last lesson will help with this project by presenting comprehensive content questions, practice problems and case studies.

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to.

  • Describe the purpose and the various kinds of property management.
  • Outline the manager’s legal relationship with the owner.
  • Identify the day – to – day tasks of the property manager.
  • Describe effective ways for a property manager to interact with tenants and potential tenants.
  • Recognize the various types of leases and leasing procedures.


  • Lesson 1: Introduction to Property Management
  • Lesson 2: Management Agreements
  • Lesson 3: A Property Manager’s Typical Duties
  • Lesson 4: Interacting with Tenants
  • Lesson 5: Property Management and Leases
  • Lesson 6: Real Estate Practice Lesson
4 $25

This package contains following courses: Basic Review of Contracts, Purchases, Sales Agreements (Core) Tax Favorable Real Estate Transactions (elective) Real Property Ownership and Land Use (elective) Federal Fair Housing (Core).

12 $100

Course Description

Human land use is one in a series of courses covering the many areas of Human Ecology. The emphasis here is to impart knowledge and understanding of the history of land use, ownership, controls, zoning, boundaries, view shed analysis, geology, land use conflicts, court decisions affecting land use, and the relationship between human quality of life and land ownership.

Learning Objectives

Land Use Controls: Part I :

Define land and land use; Explain the four powers reserved by the state (taxation, escheat, eminent domain, and police power); Describe the various forms of ownership; Define taking; Explain the public control of land use; Summarize the history of land use regulation.

Land Use Controls: Part II:

Identify important court decisions affecting land use controls; Discuss the applications and effects of zoning on land use.

Land Description and Analysis: Part I:

Recall the current methods of describing and analyzing a property for any of a variety of uses; Define the boundaries of a property; Discuss site programming, analysis of site context and surrounding land use, and viewshed analysis; Differentiate between climate and weather; Identify sources of climate and weather information.

Land Description and Analysis: Part II:

Explain microclimate; Recognize the importance of water resources and watershed planning; Summarize the provisions of legislation regarding water pollution, public water systems, watershed planning.

Land Description and Analysis: Part III:

Discuss the importance of geology in the real estate profession; Summarize geologic hazards and natural disasters and their effects on land use; Explain to uses of soil surveys in the real estate industry.

Land Use and Conflicts: Part I:

Explain the concept of highest and best use in the context of global sustainability; Identify the three essential elements of productive order in a sustainable human ecosystem; Describe the impact of mineral extraction and processing industries on ecosystems and land use.

Land Use Conflicts: Part II:

Discuss agricultural land use; Identify the impact of the world population and food supply on land use; Describe the effects of the world’s water shortage on the real estate industry; Explain global warming and its effects.

Land Use Conflicts: Part III:

Explain the problem of soil erosion; Discuss the challenges of farmland conversion; Describe growth management strategies; Summarize the New Urbanism and Smart Growth movements; Explain how land use affects real estate and quality of life.

4 $25

Course Description

Clear, mutually acceptable agreements are an essential component of the legal transference of ownership. In the practice of real estate, contracts are the instruments used to describe and record the agreements surrounding the conveyance of property. Some type of contract is nearly always involved, whether a salesperson is promising to sell a property within a specified period of time, a prospective buyer is placing an offer on a house or a seller is considering an offer on property.

Before entering into a legally binding agreement, real estate professionals must fully understand the contracts that govern their industry. Failure to understand contracts opens a licensee to various kinds of liability and can seriously damage one’s professional reputation. Therefore, it is vital that real estate professionals learn this material so they can protect themselves against errors, oversights and misunderstandings.

In this course, the student will learn about the types of general contracts as well as the different kinds of real estate contracts. The course begins by providing the student with an overview of the various types of contracts: bilateral, unilateral, implied, express, executed, executory, valid, void, voidable and unenforceable. Once the student is introduced to the different types of contracts, he or she learns what makes a contract legally enforceable, this being the five components that make a contract valid: mutual assent, legally competent parties, consideration, lawful objective and adherence to a statute of frauds.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to.

  • Name the laws that prohibit deceptive trade practices
  • Name and explain the various components of a valid contract
  • Identify the differences between a unilateral and bilateral contract
  • Describe the various types of contracts
  • Recognize the difference between a forbearance and performance agreement
  • Outline the features of a contract (and the contracting parties) that make a contract legally binding
  • Recognize the general features of a completed contract
  • Identify when a contract can be discharged
  • Recognize the different kinds of real estate contracts


  • LESSON 1: Types of Contracts
  • LESSON 2: Features of a Legally Valid Contract
  • LESSON 3: Contract Fulfillment
  • LESSON 4: Real Estate Contracts
  • LESSON 5: Real Estate Practice Lesson
3 $25

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