Florida Real Estate Continuing Education Courses - FLORIDA School License: ZH1001469
4.0 hours Working with TICs (Tenant in Common Ownership Interests) Course Syllabus
4.0 Specialty Credit Hours.
Written for the commercial or residential agent who wants to learn about what is now more than a $5 Billion annual industry. Information includes a discussion of how IRC Section 1031 exchanges are driving the TIC industry and what procedures the IRS suggests in making sure a TIC investment qualifies for tax deferral. Current controversial issues such as whether a TIC investment is considered real estate or a security and whether a real estate agent can receive a commission on the sale of a TIC interest to their client.
Continuing Education is required for both active and inactive real estate brokers and salespersons. Active or inactive brokers or salespersons must take a 14-hour continuing education course during each 2-year license period following the initial license renewal. The 14-hour course must contain 3 hours of core law and 11 hours of specialty topics that focus on real estate issues relevant to Chapter 475, Florida Statutes. Successful completion of this course satisfies 4 hours of the 11 hours of specialty credits for continuing education.