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Rank #1: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 20

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 20
This is the 20th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 20
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
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Feb 25 2020

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Rank #2: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 17

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 17
This is the 17th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 17
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
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Feb 04 2020

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Rank #3: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 11

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 11
This is the 11th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 11
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
California

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Florida

Texas

Virginia

Dec 24 2019

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Rank #4: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 8

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 8
This is the 8th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 8
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
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Dec 03 2019

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Rank #5: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 6

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 6
This is the 6th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 6
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
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Nov 19 2019

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Rank #6: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 18

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 18
This is the 18th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 18
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
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Feb 11 2020

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Rank #7: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 1

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 1
This is the 1st   sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Real Estate Governing Bodies
Regulated by two agencies: the Ohio Real Estate Commission and the Ohio Division of Real Estate

The Real Estate Commission
• Five member appointed by the governor
• Four are active real estate agents with 10+ years of experience
• One non-real estate professional who represents the public
• No more than three members can be from one political party.
• Each member serves for five years.

Duties of the Commission
• Create the Code of Ethics for real estate professionals
• Reviews any appeals
• Administers the real estate education/research fund
• Notifies licensees of changes to state/federal laws

Duties of the Ohio Division of Real Estate
• Led by the Superintendent of Real Estate
• The Superintendent is appointed by the Director of Commerce for an indefinite term from an approved list of six people
• Carry out state law
• Administer exams
• Review records
• Enforce license laws
• Grant, refuse and revoke licenses

Disciplinary Actions
• Misrepresentations
• Dual agency without disclosure
• Mishandling of funds
• Compensates an unlicensed person with a commission
• Hiding a criminal conviction
• Practicing real estate without a license
• Practicing real estate while impaired
• Discrimination
• Commingles funds
• Breaking fiduciary duties
• Charges hidden fees

Complaints are heard by the Ohio Division of Real Estate

Licensed Activities
• Sales
• Exchanges
• Purchases
• Loan negotiation
• Advertising real property
• Offers
• Listing
• Rentals

Unlicensed Activities
• For sale by owner
• Property manager employed by an owner
• Trustee
• Public servants on official business
• Power of attorney
• Court appointees
• Employees of financial institutions
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Oct 15 2019

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Rank #8: Virginia Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 3

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Virginia Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 3
This is the third of five sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Virginia real estate salesperson exam.

These Virginia real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Virginia real estate department for licensure.

Lesson 3: Owning a Home

Real estate professionals help people navigate complex laws, zoning ordnances and other regulations to find the kind of home they want and need.

Types of Housing

Condos
Single-family homes (most common)
Apartments (low-rise, mid-rise, and high-rise)
Cooperatives
Mobile Homes
Modular Homes
Time-Shares (Fee simple, Right-to-Use, Leasehold)
Planned Unit Development (PUD)
Retirement communities

Things to Consider in Home Ownership

Interest rate
Length of the loan
Down payment requirements

Types of Mortgage Loans

FHA Loans (Federal Housing Administration)
VA Loans (Veterans Affairs)
HUD Loans (Housing Urban Development)

Home Taxing Terms

Appreciation vs. Depreciation
Capital gains vs. capital losses

Real Estate taxes can be assessed by various levels of government. They are typically based on the appraised value of the property.

Tax Advantages for Home Owners

Homeowners can deduct mortgage interest
You can get a tax break for depreciation on your property
Capital gains are not taxes unless they are over a certain amount

Virginia Tax Law

Local taxing authorities determine the value of real estate and then apply the local tax code to it.
Certain types of property are tax exempt, such as churches, burying grounds, public libraries and learning institutions. Public parks and non-profit organizations are also exempt.
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May 29 2019

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Rank #9: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 19

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 19
This is the 19th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 19
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
California

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Feb 18 2020

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Rank #10: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 3

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 3
This is the 2nd sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 3
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
California

Georgia

Florida

Texas

Virginia

Oct 29 2019

12mins

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Rank #11: Virginia Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 4

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Virginia Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 4
This is the 4th of five sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Virginia real estate salesperson exam.

These Virginia real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Virginia real estate department for licensure.

Lesson 4: Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson on Real Estate Investing

The capitalization rate is the rate of interest that you can consider a reasonable return on investment. The formula is this: cap rate = Net Operating Income/purchase price.

Benefits of Real Estate Investing

Cash flow from the property
Long-term appreciation from the property
Providing a hedge against inflation
Gaining tax benefits (mortgage interest, wages for repairs, maintenance)
Property can be used as leverage for other investments.

Drawbacks of Real Estate Investing

Your assets are not liquid.
There can be a great deal of upkeep.
Housing markets can fluctuate.

High cap rate = high risk

Low cap rate = low risk

Time Value of Money = Money in hand is more valuable than money that might be made in the future.

Rates of Depreciation

Residential properties depreciate over 27.5 years.
Commercial properties depreciate over 39 years.

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Rank #12: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 2

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 2
This is the 2nd sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 2
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
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Oct 22 2019

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Rank #13: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 4

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 4
This is the 4th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 4
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
California

Georgia

Florida

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Nov 05 2019

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Rank #14: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 10

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 10
This is the 10th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 10
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
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Rank #15: Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 14

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Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 14
This is the 14th sample lessons that we will be sharing with you which will help you prepare for the Ohio real estate salesperson exam.

These Ohio real estate salesperson exam lessons are meant to be a supplement and not a substitute for classroom learning or other requirements of the Ohio real estate department for licensure.

The Full Table of contents may be found HERE
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Exam Lesson 14
Real Estate Licensing in Ohio

Real Estate Broker = undertakes real estate business on behalf of another for a fee.

Real Estate Salesperson = also known as an agent. Has to work for someone else.

Eligibility in Ohio
• 18 years old or older
• Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
• 120 hours of accredited instruction (40 hours of Real Estate Practices, 40 hours of Ohio Real Estate Law, 20 hours of Real Estate Appraisal and 20 hours of Real Estate finance.)
• Pass the real estate exam. Passing score is 70 percent. There are both national and state specific questions on the test. All questions are multiple choice. 120 minutes are given for the national portion of the test and 60 minutes for the state portion. Most of the time, it is administered on a computer.
• Must be sponsored by a broker.
• Pay the application fee.

Post-Licensing Requirements
• Within a year, 10 additional hours of real estate education
• If not completed with 12 months, the license is suspended.

Broker’s License
• Have to have worked as a salesperson or broker for two years
• At least 30 hours per week for two out of the five previous years.
• Has completed at least 20 real estate transactions.

Renewing a License
• Licenses are valid for three years at a time.
• 30 hours of continuing education are required for relicensurc.
• Failure to renew will result in suspension.

Broker Requirements
• Must have a physical place of business that is registered with the Superintendent.
• Must notify the Superintendent of any changes in location, etc.
• Must notify the Superintendent of all of the agents who are employed there and any staffing changes.
• Must display their license in a public space in their office so that it is clearly visible.
• Must avoid any misleading or discriminatory advertising.
If you are looking for other Real Estate audio Lessons we have them for:
California

Georgia

Florida

Texas

Virginia

Jan 14 2020

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