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With our unique distance education model, completing your required continuing education couldn’t be easier!
Bert Rodgers Schools is one of the only schools in Florida to offer original content to Florida’s real estate licensees. Each renewal period, we develop a unique blend of current topics and required Florida legal updates to strengthen your professional skills.
For a list of our current timely topics and authors scroll down to the bottom of the page.
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*Price valid until December 31, 2013.
Is this your first license renewal as a Sales Associate or Broker Associate? Post-License education is required for sales associates, broker associates and brokers during their first license renewal period. See the Post-license Course for more information or give us a call at 941-378-2900 and our friendly student services team will help you find the correct course to meet your education requirements.
|Randy Schwartz, J.D.||Nancy Detert|
Real Estate Core Law – Module 1 - Real Estate License Law, Florida Real Estate Commission Rules, and State and Federal Laws Affecting Real Estate
Randy has over 35 years’ experience as an attorney in the real estate field. He was Bureau Chief for the Real Estate Bureau of the Orlando Office of the Florida Attorney General and served as the General Counsel for the Florida REALTORS® for over 20 years. Currently he is in private practice in the Orlando area.
Property Insurance – Module 2 - Property Insurance in Florida: Recent History and What the Future Holds
Elected to the Florida Senate in 2008, Nancy also served in the House from 1998-2006, representing Southwest Floridians. During the last two decades she chaired more than a dozen local and national associations. Nancy has always made K-12 education a priority and is a recipient of numerous awards, including Legislator of the Year from the Florida School Boards Association.
|John Ruffier, J.D.||Kenneth Harney|
Commercial Real Estate – Module 3 – Introduction to Commercial Real Estate: Could This Be Your New Specialty?
John is a commercial real estate attorney with Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed in Orlando, FL. He represents lenders and also works with companies who acquire, develop and sell commercial real estate. In addition, John served as a member of the Florida Real Estate Commission from 2007 to 2011.
Finance – Module 4 - New Financing Options: Veterans, Rural, and State Housing Mortgage Programs BONUS SPECIAL BULLETIN on Short Sales (not for CE credit)
Kenneth is a nationally-syndicated columnist on real estate. In addition to his column, Ken writes for Inman News, an online real estate information service. He served a three-year term as a member of the Federal Reserve Board’s Consumer Advisory Council and is the author of two books on mortgage finance and real estate. In addition, Ken has written a Special Bulletin on Short Sales exclusively for Bert Rodgers Schools. The bulletin is not for continuing education credit and is provided at no additional cost to Bert Rodgers Schools students.
Appraisal – Module 5 – The Real Estate Professional’s Role in Property Valuation
Appointed by the Governor to the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board (FREAB) in February 2000, Frank served eight years, four as Chairman. He is Vice Chairman of the National Association of REALTORS® Appraisal Committee and regularly appears as a speaker on appraisal and mortgage related topics.