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New York Real Estate Continuing Education Courses

Continuing Education Classes

22.5 Hour New York Real Estate 
License Renewal Package                  $110
(Including Fair Housing)
Approved Course Number(s): M-7083 M-7079 

The package includes the following courses
  • Real Appraisal – Computer Based (3.5 hours) 
  • Fair Housing (4 hours) 
  • Home Inspection (3.5 hours) 
  • Liens, Taxes & Foreclosures (3.5) 
  • Contracts, Purchase & Sales Agreements (4 Hrs) 
  • Environmental Hazards (4 Hours) 
Package Course Descriptions

The New York Real Estate Commission requires salesperson licensees to complete 22.5 hours of continuing education every 2 years.

  • New York Real Estate CE Requirements:
  • To renew your license, you must complete 22.5 credit hours of continuing education every two years from the date your license was received.

  • The New York Department of Licensing Services requires education providers to issue course credit to students who complete the online course within the state-mandated time period. This means, to complete the course you must sit for the required number of hours; for example, to receive credit for a three-hour course, you must literally sit for three hours of instruction.

  •  Our online package satisfies all NYREC requirements and gives you the flexibility to take your CE courses whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you. Rest assured, with online training through Real Estate Institute of America, all of your hours will count. So do them on your time, in the comfort of your own home.

  • Online Classroom is here to help you in your quest for a real estate license, to renew your current license, or do post-license training. We are approved by the New York Real Estate Commission for all courses. Rest assured, with online training through Online Classroom, all of your hours will count. So do them on your own time at your leisure.

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PACKAGES                                                           HOURS    COST 
New York 22.5 Hr Real Estate CE Package           22.5 Hrs  $110.00 

***Attention Students***

The New York Department of Licensing Services requires education providers to issue course credit to students who complete the online course within the state-mandated time period. This means, to complete the course you must sit for the required number of hours; for example, to receive credit for a three-hour course, you must literally sit for three hours of instruction.

Before beginning the course, please note:

1. Timing Clock: Each lesson is timed. To complete a lesson, you must sit until the clock displays 0:00. If you close the browser, log out of the course player (browser with ‘iCourse Player 2.1.8 in top left corner), or leave your computer idle for longer than 10 minutes, THE TIMER WILL RESET. If this happens, then you must return to the BEGINNING OF THE LESSON and the TIME WILL BE RESET. (Suggestion: If you log out, please do so after you complete a lesson or before you begin a lesson.) 

2. Idle Timer: The course player detects activity. If you leave the course player idle for 10 minutes, then you WILL BE LOGGED OUT OF THE LESSON. If this happens, then you must return to BEGINNING OF THE LESSON and the TIME WILL BE RESET. You MUST hit the GREEN PLAY BUTTON, to prevent triggering the idle timer.


New Agency Disclosure Requirements for New York State: 

Prior to the revisions to Section 443 of the Real Property Law, only 1 agency relationship disclosure form was required for buyer/seller and landlord/tenant transactions. The combined form used the terms "seller/landlord" and"buyer/tenant" interchangeably. On and after Jan. 1, 2007, the combined form will no longer be permitted and, rather, 2 separate disclosure forms will be required; one for buyer/seller transactions and another for landlord/tenant transactions. The2 forms provide expanded, clearer definitions of the different agency relationships and explain the fiduciary duties owed by brokers and salespeople under each type of agency relationship.

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Package Course Descriptions
Fair Housing


  • This course is designed to increase your knowledge of federal and state fair housing laws and related civil rights and anti-discrimination laws that affect real property transactions. 
  • All real estate licensees need to understand who is protected by the fair housing laws, what acts are prohibited by these, and how the fair housing laws are enforced.
  • The more knowledgeable you are about fair housing, the less likely you will be to commit fair housing violations. 
  • Course topics covered in this course include transactions covered by the law, discrimination, HUD advertising guidelines, equal housing opportunity, the equal credit opportunity act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Real Appraisal - Computer Based


  • In order to own and convey property in a market economy it is necessary for that property to be assigned a specific monetary value.
  • This process, unlike, say, that of assigning value to durable goods—which have specific materials, production and marketing costs—can be somewhat more involved.
  •  With property, the fixed costs—building materials and labor costs—are always accompanied by more esoteric factors that go to make property more (or less) valuable. 
  • Becoming a member of the group that understands and applies these factors is a bit more complex than simply being able to understand a balance sheet.

  • The objective of this course is to familiarize the student with the principles, theories, duties and activities that pertain to real estate appraisal and valuation.  
  • Developing an opinion of value is what the real estate appraiser does, but, as we've alluded to, this is far from an effortless process.  Understanding the obligation of the real estate industry to promote professionalism and ethical business practices is a beginning to being able to carry out this process such that it is beneficial to licensees, consumers and the market in which they do business.

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Liens, Taxes & Foreclosures


  • This course discusses liens, taxes and foreclosures. 
  • There are many types of liens as well as several kinds of taxes that can attach to a parcel of real estate. 
  • When borrowers default on a debt, foreclosure is the process by which lien-holders collect the unpaid portion of a debt. 
  • Because liens represent an interest in real property, it is crucial that real state licensees develop an in-depth understanding of liens and lien-related issues. 
  • Such knowledge also helps licensees to better advise buyers and sellers. 
  • The first lesson presents a general overview of liens, explains the classification of liens and discusses the types of non-tax liens. 
  • We then discuss taxes and tax issues, including ad valorem taxes, real estate tax computation, special assessments, real estate transfer taxes, federal income taxes, capital gains taxes, and tax shelters for homeowners and investors. 
  • We also include a discussion about the priority of liens and the methods of foreclosure, redemption, deficiency judgments, tips for homeowners facing foreclosure, and scams related to foreclosure.

Upon completion of this course, the student will:

  • Be able to define the terms lien and tax lien and understand their operation.
  • Recognize the different types of liens and know how their priority is established.
  • Be able to identify and describe types of non-tax liens.
  • Understand how ad valorem taxes and special assessments are levied.
  • Know how homeowners and investors can save on federal income taxes and capital gains taxes through the use of tax shelters.
  • Be able to describe and list different types of foreclosures.
  • Recognize alternatives to foreclosure and common scams related to foreclosure.

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Contracts, Purchase & Sales Agreements

NOTE: This course is approved for 2 Hours Mandatory and 2 Hours Elective Credit


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 that they can protect themselves against errors, oversights and misunderstandings.

In this module you will learn about the types of general contracts as well as the different kinds of real estate contracts. The module provides 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. 

This module includes the following lessons:
  •     Types of Contracts
  •     Features of a Legally Valid Contract
  •     Contract Fulfillment
  •     Real Estate Contracts

The fifth and 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 environmental issues 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:
  • 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 contract

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Environmental Hazards

This course covers major environmental hazards. Licensees need to familiarize themselves with environmental issues because they have a responsibility to disclose to buyers any information that might affect their decision to buy. Environmental hazards can dramatically affect a property’s value, so buyers, sellers, lenders and licensees all can be affected by them.

This course includes the following lessons:
  • The Indoor Environment
  • The External Environment
  • Legislation
  • Disclosure and Site Assessment
  • Real Estate Practice

Students will learn throughout this course to identify internal and external environmental issues. They will learn about health hazards, environmental legislation, liability and responsibility for cleanup and protection. They will also learn about actions they should take and how issues affect licensees and lending. Licensees are not expected to be environmental experts, but in this course students will acquire a competency with environmental issues which will help them to elucidate issues for buyers, sellers and lenders. Knowledge of environmental issues also will help protect them from charges of nondisclosure.

The conclusion of this course presents real world dilemmas and applications of the information presented. As the student completes this course, he or she should try to paint a big picture of environmental issues, which the course will address with comprehensive content questions, practices and case studies.


All Other Classes

COURSE TITLE                                                        HOURS    COST   

Asset Management                                                                            3 Hrs     $25.00       
1031 Exchanges                                                                                3 Hrs     $25.00   
Closing & Settlement Costs (Computer Based)                      3.5 Hrs     $30.00    
Home Inspection                                                                             3.5 Hrs      $30.00     
Liens, Taxes & Foreclosures                                                       3.5 Hrs      $30.00      
Real Appraisal – Computer Based                                             3.5 Hrs      $30.00      
Contracts, Purchase & Sales Agreements                                   4 Hrs      $34.00      
Environmental Hazards                                                                    4 Hrs      $34.00   
Fair Housing                                                                                       4 Hrs      $34.00     
Real Estate Finance                                                                          4 Hrs      $34.00     
Tax Favorable Real Estate Transactions                                      4 Hrs      $34.00    
NAR Code of Ethics                                                                           6 Hrs      $34.00   

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1031 Exchanges  
The objective of this course is to enlighten the participant in the many important aspects of Internal Revenue Code Section 1031. The course will focus on the benefits of the §1031 exchange for the investor, licensed real estate agent/broker and other parties to the transaction. Participants will learn exactly what qualifies under Section 1031 and, furthermore, how to utilize the various types of §1031 exchange formats to enhance their clients' position in the investment real estate market. Real-life examples will be used to illustrate the important procedural issues as well as the IRS Rules and Regulations.

Approved Course Number(s): M8026 

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Asset Management  

This course covers broad issues and components of asset management plans. It also explains the discounted cash flow analysis. And the impact of the different assumptions on discounted cash flow analysis. It further explains the factors to consider deciding whether to buy or lease property. 


  • LESSON 1: Asset Management Essentials 
  • LESSON 2: Case Study: A Successful Renovation 
  • LESSON 3: Asset Management Assumptions 
  • LESSON 4: The Decision to Buy or Lease 
  • LESSON 5: Distressed Property Decisions 
  • LESSON 6: The Disinvestment Decision 
  • LESSON 7: Complexities of Real Investment 
  • LESSON 8: Real Estate Market Research 


  • The impact of different assumptions on discounted cash flow analysis 
  • Discounted cash flow analysis 
  • The components of Asset Management Plans 
  • How to compare Alternative Asset Management 
  • The factors to consider to deciding whether to buy or lease property 
  • The factors in deciding whether to sell or hold a property 
  • The different alternatives to maximize return from distressed property 


Quizzes - All quizzes must be taken to proceed forward to the next lesson. Final Exam - You will NOT be required to take a final exam.


State agents need to complete 22.5 hours of state approved elective courses every 2 years, and renew every two years from the date their license was received. 


After course completion, you will print and complete a course completion certificate and fax to the school. New York Department of State will be notified within one business week and a certificate mailed within 7-14 business days. 



This course was created by the instructional design staff of 360Training in connection with field professionals that bring many years of experience in adult educational theory and distance learning technology to make the process of certification, compliance and training as convenient, engaging, and cost-effective as possible. 

If you have any requests for technical or instructional support, please contact the 360Training Support Department located in the HELP section of your account profile. Technical support inquiries are handled immediately and instructional support questions are returned within 24 business hours with answers provided by a qualified professional in your field through our network of subject matter experts. 

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