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Vermont REAL ESTATE
Salesperson

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Silver Package

12-Hr. VT Sales CE Electives Package (with Ethics course)

Silver Package

  • Using the Code to Solve Ethical Dilemmas (3 elective hours)*
  • First-Time Homebuyers: A Niche to Grow On (3 elective hours)
  • Section 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchanges (3 elective hours)
  • Current Issues: Cooperation, Negotiation, iBuyers, and Disaster Preparedness (3 elective hours)

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VT Salesperson Real Estate Licensing Package

Here’s a glimpse of what you get with our Salesperson License Package

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SIXTEEN VTREC APPROVED COURSES

This package includes the 6 mandatory and 10 elective hours required for salesperson completing a second or subsequent license renewal during the 2022-2024 renewal cycle.

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MULTIPLE TRAINING DELIVERY METHODS

We understand the need for convenience, ease and flexibility. You can choose from any of the delivery method; In-person Classes, Virtual Classroom, Online Self-paced, and Online Interactive to fit your learning style.

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PASSING EXAM IN THE FIRST ATTEMPT

Fortune Academy has the highest pass rates in the state for last several decades. We assure passing your class and state exam in the first attempt or you get your money back - guaranteed.

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24/7 EXPERT CONNECT

You can connect with a Real Estate guru at any time to ask any question or seek help with your training program. We are available 24/7 via phone, email and chat to provide support for your career success.

Individual Real Estate Courses for VT Continuing Education

Must a property manager accept a tenant's emotional support animal, and under what conditions? What proof can a property manager or landlord...

Topics Covered Include:

  • The evolving fair housing law
  • How the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act intersect--and don't
  • Types of assistance animals
  • How to handle reasonable requests for accommodation
  • Case studies and legal trends
  • Examples and scenarios to help apply course content to real life
  • 4 Credit Hours
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On the heels of the 50-year anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, we review the evolution of fair housing law and look at new and proposed fair...

Topics Covered Include:

  • Recent case studies in fair housing violations
  • Regulatory changes relating to fair housing
  • How to ensure fair housing compliance in advertising
  • How sexual orientation and criminal record screening apply to fair housing
  • Two proposed additions to the list of seven federally protected classes
  • A deep look at the protected class most often named in fair housing complaints: disability,
  • including how service animals, emotional support animals, hoarding, drug addiction, obesity, smoking, and alcoholism relate
  • A glimpse into the future of fair housing law
  • 3 Credit Hours
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Real estate is a dynamic industry, and that’s one of the reasons it’s an enjoyable, challenging, and interesting career. The industry is...

Topics Covered Include:

  • The new NAR policy, MLS Statement 8.0, more commonly known as the Clear Cooperation policy
  • Transparent cooperation and what that means for licensees
  • New MLS requirements related to the Clear Cooperation policy
  • Issues with limited exposure marketing practices
  • Basic methods of the iBuying transaction system
  • How licensees can make iBuying work for their clients
  • Methods to plan and prepare for successful negotiations
  • Strategies for conducting win-win negotiations
  • Best practices for buying and selling in natural disaster risk zones
  • Disaster planning to protect licensees’ businesses
  • 3 Credit Hours
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Although this course has been approved by the state of Vermont for 2 hours, the course content and anticipated time to complete the course is...

Topics Covered Include:

  • A glimpse into the military lifestyle, what it means to serve, and how best to communicate with those who served
  • Tools and techniques for informing veterans on the benefits available to them
  • VA home loan program benefits, qualifications, and process
  • Strategies for identifying appropriate home options for Veterans
  • Myths and misconceptions about VA loans
  • Activities and scenarios to reinforce key concepts
  • 3 Credit Hours
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Whether you want to develop a niche business working with first-time homebuyers or simply increaseyour overall knowledge so you can better help...

Topics Covered Include:

  • First-time homebuyer market stats
  • Pros and cons unique to working with this market
  • Housing afford ability's impact on new buyers
  • Targeted marketing approaches and conveying homeowner benefits
  • Providing value to first-time homebuyer clients
  • Walking clients through each step of the transaction
  • Financing, loans, offers, negotiations, and closing
  • 3 Credit Hours
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The internet is full of promotional opportunities. Whether it’s a post on Facebook or a tweet linking to your new listing, a status update on...

Topics Covered Include:

  • How consumers—and agents and agencies—are using social media and how this is impacting the real estate industry
  • How to use various social media platforms—including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Pinterest—to promote your business and better serve your clients and customers
  • How various social media platforms differ and how to select the ones that are best for you and your needs
  • Tips for creating an online marketing strategy
  • Legal and ethical issues surrounding online marketing
  • Copyright law, trademarks, and public domain content
  • Tips for avoiding common social media missteps.
  • Activities and scenarios to provide real-world context for course content
  • 2 Credit Hours
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Although this course has been approved by the state of Vermont for 2 hours, the course content and anticipated time to complete the course is...

Topics Covered Include:

  • Crime statistics and studies that challenge preconceived notions
  • Risk factors and vulnerabilities that unique to real estate professionals
  • Case studies to illustrate how criminals target their victims
  • How to develop a personal warning system and trust your instincts when something feels “off”
  • Activities and scenarios to provide real-world context for course content
  • 2 Credit Hours
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Chances are good that, if it hasn't happened yet, you will one day work on a transaction involves a property that’s part of a tax-deferred...

Topics Covered Include:

  • Section 1031 tax-deferred exchange definitions
  • Starker’s Exchange background and application
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Code requirements
  • IRS Safe Harbor GuidelinesInvestor
  • taxes advantages
  • Setting up an exchange
  • Selecting a Qualified Intermediary
  • Licensee role in a Section 1031 tax-deferred exchange
  • The non-exchanger's role in a Section 1031 transaction
  • “Delaware” Statutory Trusts
  • Reverse exchanges
  • Rare exemptions to exchange deadlines
  • 3 Credit Hours
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Did you know that a report issued by Census.gov, An Aging Nation: The Older Population in the United States, notes that “In 2050, the...

Topics Covered Include:

  • Senior market stats in the U.S.
  • Important financial and lifestyle considerations for older clients
  • Seniors and legal competence
  • Senior seller and property preparation for listing
  • Four significant considerations for older adult buyers
  • Potential snags and how to overcome them
  • Options in senior adult communities, both traditional and noteworthy
  • Housing programs for low-income seniors in Arizona
  • The senior market as a niche
  • 3 Credit Hours
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Technology is a tool. Used wisely, it can free up time usually spent on mundane tasks to allow licensees to work at a higher (and higher touch) level...

Topics Covered Include:

  • Technology tools to enhance service to sellers, including drones, live streaming, single-property sites, and speaking photos; ways to minimize risks involved in their use
  • How to use technology to secure buyer representation agreements, assist buyers with financing qualifications, and pre-showing data to help them make informed purchasing and financing decisions
  • Technological advances in transaction management, including document sharing, electronic signatures, cloud storage, and photo, document, and email organization software, and identify risk management safeguards for online data storage and transaction management
  • Technology tools you can use now to provide enhanced client service, and emerging trends to watch for
  • 3 Credit Hours
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State-of-the-art Delivery Methods

Our instructor-led classes provide complete support and equip you with the right information for your license acquisition.

In-Person Learning

The best education option for students who prefer a traditional, in-person learning format where instructors and students share a learning environment.

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Virtual Learning

Learn Real Estate at a comfortable pace, in an online environment where you can access learning materials and examinations.

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NEW: Online Interactive Learning

Complete quizzes, submit assignments and learn from tenured Real Estate experts in an integrative online classroom experience.

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Online Self-Paced Learning

View on-demand video lessons from virtual Real Estate instructors and receive 24/7 email support for help completing assignments.

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The tenured and experienced instructors at Fortune Academy are committed to providing students with the best possible education and are dedicated to helping them succeed. They go above and beyond in their efforts to ensure that every student is well-prepared for a successful career after graduation from our school.

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Have questions regarding the VT real estate Salesperson course? We got you covered.

Yes, one needs to be 18-year-old or above as per the requirements of the SCREC

Ten (10) hours biennially if a VT resident licensee. 4 hours must be the core mandatory course and 6 hours must be electives. Brokers in Charge will have to take a mandatory BIC Responsibility 4-hour course in addition to the core course, and will only have to take 2 hours of electives. If you are a non-resident and licensed in your resident jurisdiction, you have to meet the CE requirements of your resident state. If you have 25 years of active licensed experience you may submit a request for Partial Continuing Education Exemption. If you meet the experience requirements based upon licensure in another jurisdiction, we will need you to obtain and submit certifications of licensure history. If you are active-duty military, you are exempt from CE while on active service

Our current courses are 100% self-paced and online. All course content is presented in a series of online screens with quizzes to determine mastery before moving to the next series.

If you are considering taking the state licensing exam, you can apply online by going to the PSI website and following the online prompts after registering for an account. Once your eligibility has been forwarded to PSI, you have received approval to schedule the state exam.

The Vermont Real Estate Commission has contracted with PSI. PSI will provide examinations for real estate licensure through a network of computer exam centers. Registering online is recommended for the fastest and convenient exam-scheduling process. If you have any difficulties scheduling your exam, call the PSI help line at 855-340-3701.

A high school diploma (or certificate of equivalency) is necessary as per the requirements of the SCREC

SCREC recognizes the qualifications of non-resident licensees of other jurisdiction, however one must still must apply for and take the VT portion of the real estate examination (and if applying to become a broker, meet the 3 years actively licensed sales experience requirements). With your examination application, you will need to submit certification(s) of licensure from any jurisdiction(s) in which you have held licensure in the last 5 years. You must also have been licensed within 6 months prior to VT Application. Resident applicants with licenses in other jurisdictions who have been residents for more than 6 months cannot qualify to take the VT. examination with just a certification of licensure from another jurisdiction. The resident applicant will also need to take the following pre-licensing education:
For a Salesperson exam applicant
A SC resident (for more than 6 months) with a license in another jurisdiction who will have to take Unit II: Advanced Real Estate Principles class (30 hours)
For a Broker exam applicant
a SC resident (for more than 6 months) with a broker license in another jurisdiction will have to take Broker Unit IIIA and Broker Unit IIIB classes (60 hours) PDF Exam Application Link: https://llr.sc.gov/re/recpdf/doc231.pdf Online Applications Link: https://llr.sc.gov/re/Instructions.aspx

Courses are designed to help you pass your Vermont licensing exam and prepare you for a career in real estate. Topics include local government regulations and agency relationships. Courses are inspired by real-life scenarios you'll face as a Salesperson in Vermont.

All courses include an exam, which consists of 100 multiple-choice questions each. You must achieve a passing grade of 70% or more to receive your certificate of completion.

Yes, our agency requires that we receive and verify social security numbers through a copy of the social security card prior to issuing any license for any licensing Board.