RE 164    Principles of California Real Estate
Adrienne Cary    
Adrienne.Cary@Solano.edu
Phone: 707-864-7000 Ext. 4637
 Office Hours/room 522:
Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 -2:00
Wednesday Online 12:30 -2:30
Course Description and Critical Dates
This course will cover the study of the characteristics of real estate from physical, legal, and economic standpoints. Course material is designed to assist those preparing for the real estate *salespersons and broker’s license examinations.

 *To obtain a salesperson's license, an applicant must: be at least 18 years old, be honest and truthful, pass the licensing exam, apply on the prescribed form, pay the license fee, be fingerprinted, provide a social security number to the DRE, submit proof of legal residence, and complete nine semester units of education, including Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice, and an elective.

CRITICAL DATES


 SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTR
Spring 2013
Full Term

 

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COURSE TITLE

11414

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164

3.00

 

R E PRINCIPLES

INSTRUCTOR(S) - (P)rimary

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Cary, Adrienne (P)

Online

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ONLINE

CRITICAL DATES

Start Date: 14-JAN-2013
End Date: 22-MAY-2013
Last Date to add class: 03-FEB-2013
Last Date to drop with a refund: 27-JAN-2013

Last Date to drop without a "W": 03-FEB-2013
Last Date to drop with a "W": 30-MAR-2013
Census Date: 04-FEB-2013
Add Auth Expiration: 03-FEB-2013
Pass/No Pass Option Deadline: See Adm and Records

Course Objectives:
As a result of successful completion of this course, a student will be able to:
1. Define the physical characteristics associated with real property.
2. Analyze and evaluate the legal aspects of real property.
3. Compare economic values of real property.

SLO: student learning outcome
Investigate the physical, legal, and economic characteristics of real estate.
Text: You can buy the required text from the Solano bookstore web site @ www.solano.edu
·         California Real Estate Principles, Ninth Edition
Author: MCKENZIE
·         Edition:9TH 11
·         Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
·         ISBN: 9780538739658
Course Procedure and Policy
You are required to login and complete the first discussion on the first day of class.  Failure to attend the first class session will jeopardize your enrollment in the course.
Missed Classes/Chapters: You are responsible for logging in daily and keeping-up with the weekly assignments and quizzes. Missed or late quizzes cannot be made up under any circumstances.

Assignments: All assignments are due at the listed date (typically the last day of the weekly chapter). Late submission of assignments will be assessed a penalty of 10% per day. Weekly assignments as well as other projects and readings will be assigned to help support and supplement material found in the lessons. These assignments may require the application of various software applications. Submit Assignments in the drop box as an attachment to an email.

Quizzes: Weekly quizzes will be given to help ensure you stay up with assigned material.
Exams: Two exams will be given; a mid-term exam and a final exam. The exams will test assigned readings and material discussed in class. The final exam will not be comprehensive in nature. However, the instructor reserves the right to retest on material that was not appropriately comprehended. These items will be noted prior to the exam. The midterm exam and final exam are worth 125 points each.
Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism and cheating are serious offenses and may be punished by failure on exam, paper or project; failure in course; and or expulsion from the college. For more information, refer to the "Academic Dishonesty" policy in the Student Handbook.

Need for Assistance: If you have any condition, such as a physical or learning disability, which will make it difficult for you to carry out the work as I have outlined it, or which will require academic accommodations, please notify me as soon as possible.

Grading

Quizzes              15 @ 30 points = 450 points
Homework         15 @ 15 points = 225 points
Discussion         15 @     5 points = 75 points
Midterm                 125 points
Final Exam            125 points
Total points        1000 points
Grade Scale
1000-900 A
  899-800 B
  799-700 C
  699-600 D
599 below F

 

 

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INSTRUCTOR: Adrienne Cary
EMAIL – Adrienne.Cary@Solano.edu

PHONE: 707.864.7000 Ext 4637

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OFFICE HOURS: room 522
12:30 – 2:00 Tuesday & Thursday
12:30 – 2:30 Online Wednesday