Connecticut

Connecticut Real Estate Study Guides

The Connecticut Real Estate License Professor is Connecticut's number one provider of high quality real estate knowledge designed to help you pass your Connecticut real estate exam the first time. Your success and satisfaction is ensured through our PASS OR DONT PAY, 100% Guarantee. Explanations and feedback given by the Connecticut Real Estate License Professor is provided by experienced instructors who have taught real estate classes and courses for years in Connecticut. Many students have already aced their Connecticut real estate exam by preparing with the Connecticut License Professor. Shouldn't you?

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Connecticut state specific topics include the following:

  • Licensing requirements
  • Brokerage practices
  • Property disclosures
  • Advertising
  • Accounting requirements
  • Contracts
  • Transfer of Property
  • Mandated Disclosures

The Connecticut License Professor covers all of the PSI necessary fundamentals of real estate including:

  1. Property Ownership
  2. Land Use Controls and Regulations
  3. Valuation and Market Analysis
  4. Financing, Laws of Agency
  5. Mandated Disclosures
  6. Contracts, Transfer of Property
  7. Practice of Real Estate
  8. Mathematics
  9. Specialty Areas
  10. Connecticut specific content

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  • Increase your understanding of Real Estate Course material
  • Improve your exam comfort, familiarity, and completion speed
  • Start preparing immediately as there is no software to be delivered
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  • Have no need to attend expensive Real Estate School exam prep classes

The content for each Connecticut real estate exam has been extensively planned out by the Connecticut License Professors editorial staff; professionals who teach real estate license courses all over Connecticut. Through their valuable years of instructional experience they have created a series of practice tests that help future realtors prepare for their real estate exam. Don't set up to fail. Pass the real estate exam using the excellent practice exams and informative feedback that the Connecticut License Professor's system provides.

The Connecticut License Professor covers:

  1. Introduction to the Real Estate Business
  2. Real Property and the Law
  3. Concepts of Home Ownership
  4. Agency
  5. Real Estate Brokerage
  6. Listing Agreements and Buyer Representation
  7. Interests in Real Estate
  8. Forms of Real Estate Ownership
  9. Legal Descriptions
  10. Real Estate Taxes and Other Liens
  11. Real Estate Contracts
  12. Transfer of Title
  13. Title Records
  14. Real Estate Financing: Principles
  15. Real Estate Financing: Practice
  16. Leases
  17. Property Management
  18. Real Estate Appraisal
  19. Land-Use Controls and Property Development
  20. Fair Housing and Ethical Practices
  21. Environmental Issues and Real Estate Transactions
  22. Closing the Real Estate Transaction
  23. Real Estate Math
  24. Connecticut Law and Practice

Connecticut Real Estate License Requirements

In Connecticut, exams, licensing, and continuing education for real estate agents are governed by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection.

There are two basic real estate licenses in Connecticut:
  • Salesperson: a person working in the office of a real estate broker as an employee or independent contractor.
  • Broker: a person who operates his/her own real estate business or acts as a broker for a corporation or partnership.

To obtain the Salesperson's license, a person must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
  • Be at least 19 years old.
  • Not be under indictment for forgery, theft, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, or any other felony implying character untrustworthiness.
  • If ever convicted of any of the specified felony charges, the complete sentence must have been served.
  • Complete 60 classroom hours approved pre-licensing education.
Sample Salesperson Exam

To obtain the Broker's license, a person must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.
  • Not be under indictment for forgery, theft, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, or any other felony implying character untrustworthiness.
  • A person who has been convicted of a felony of one of the types listed above may not be granted an associate broker's license until five years after the complete sentence has been served.
  • Complete 60 classroom hours approved broker training.
  • Been a licensed salesperson for 24 consecutive months within the last 48, and real estate must have been his/her principal occupation.
  • Must have passed the broker's exam and be affiliated with a licensed broker.
Sample Brokers Exam

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