Godfrey, Ill. – The Real Estate Transaction classes offered this spring semester at Lewis and Clark Community College are the last to be offered before the new law goes into effect that requires double the study time to be able to obtain licensure.
“These classes will be one of the last 45-hour classes in the area before the new law goes into effect and students will need 90 hours to take their real estate salesperson examination,” said instructor and real estate broker Kevin Botterbush. “Now is the perfect time for individuals looking for a full- or part-time job to start a career in Real Estate.”
Real Estate Transactions (REAL 132) examines the nature of real estate and its ownership, titles, legal descriptions, uses, contracts, leases, taxation and values. Upon successful completion of the course, students are qualified to take the Illinois Real Estate Salesperson Examination, which is the test required for state licensing as a real estate agent.
Lewis and Clark is offering two Real Estate Transactions classes taught by Botterbush. REAL 132 (Section FJE6) is a 6:30-9:30 p.m. Monday and Wednesday class beginning Wednesday, Jan. 19 at Jersey Community High School in Jerseyville. REAL 132 (Section NA6) is offered at the N. O. Nelson campus in Edwardsville, Tuesday and Thursday nights, also from 6:30-9:30 p.m., beginning Tuesday, Jan. 18.
Students must be 21-years-old to take the test and must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
There is still time to enroll. Enroll online at www.lc.edu or call the Enrollment Center at 800-YES-LCCC or (618) 468-7000. Payment is due at the time of enrollment.
For more information contact Botterbush at (618) 466-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org