Applied Real Estate: What you need to know about buying and selling residential real estate. The purpose of this course is to provide consumers of real estate and real estate services the necessary information in order to facilitate their real estate decision making. This course is meant to help create an aware and thinking real estate marketplace. Topics covered in this course include (but are not limited to): property pricing, seller’s net from closing, purchaser’s total investment, negotiating strategies, buy vs. rent, loan refinancing, and healthy real estate markets. After this course is completed, students should be capable of being proactive participants in today’s real estate marketplace, as opposed to passive bystanders taking the deal structure as a given. There is no perfect information source that guarantees optimal results in all real estate transactions, and this course DOES NOT make any such claim. Thus, viewers of this course and its materials use this information at their own risk and agree to hold Ken H. Johnson, FIU, and FIU Online harmless from any actions taken on the viewer’s part or non-actions on the viewer’s part stemming from their understanding of the material herein.
Bill Alsobrook completed this course, spending 5 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.
Comes across as a bait and switch. Advertises MOOC as free then charges 75 for the certificate Not impressed at ALL
Jon-David Jorgensen is taking this course right now and found the course difficulty to be very hard.
This course seems to no longer be available. I signed up, but the website had errors pulling up the course, and I couldn't seem to get it to work. If I'm wrong, please comment below. I'd love to take the course.
Anonymous is taking this course right now.
This course is "unavailable to students" right now. Don't waste your time following the links and registering with Coursesites.com. Once you get there, instead of the course you'll just see an error message that says "resource not found." I contacted coursesites.com and they were the ones who confirmed it was unavailable.
Mark Waydaka is taking this course right now and found the course difficulty to be very hard.
cannot get into the course. It doesn't seem to be working for me.
It seems to me that someone should look into this I'm not the first student that couldn't get in. Why is it listed here if you really cannot do it?