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The Panic Renewal Program For Live Seminar + Online Continuing Education License Renewal

Need to renew your real estate (salesperson or broker) license, but find yourself too busy to take care of it on your own?

Come to a full day classroom session, where Charlie Krackeler will guide you through completing all six mandated categories and prepare you for the remaining online course.

Courses Overview

Please note the following for taking the courses:

Live Seminar Details (Step 1)

The seminar covers the following courses (known as the 6 mandated courses):

  • Practical Negotiating Skills
  • Charlie Krackeler's Survey Course

Please note the following about the live seminar:

  • It is recommended you register for the live seminar at least 2 days in advance of the seminar date.
  • The seminar meets from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m
  • The seminar includes study review, required assessment quizzes, and course exams.
  • After the seminar, the below online course (reviewed in the seminar) becomes available.
  • Panic Renewal Program Live Seminar

Online Course Details (Step 2)

  • Charlie Krackeler's Real Estate Review / Consumer Protection

Please note the following about the above course:

  • The above course is an online course organized into 2 halves.
  • There is a 2 day minimum study period (before exams are available) for each course half.
  • Each course half has 5 online assessment quizzes that must be taken before the exams.
  • Each course half has 1 online exam, each of which can be attempted twice.
  • The course’s 2 exams have 35 multiple choice questions, with a 35 minute time limit.

General Information Page

“Practical Negotiating Skills” 

The study of Negotiation is fascinating.  Not just in the world of real estate brokerage, but many areas of our lives.  Unfortunately, Americans tend not to get much practice negotiating the way other cultures do.  This course teaches you not just negotiating skills and gambits, but how we can practice our negotiating skills and bring them in to our personal lives.  This course teaches different personality types and the different ways to deal with them.  Gambits and tactics like “silence,” “decoys,”  “question squared,” and “good guy – bad guy” are discussed and practiced.  A negotiating course like this is absolutely essential for real estate practitioners both seasoned and new.

 

Course credit hours:  This course is approved for 7 hours of continuing education in the category of “Consumer Service.”

Identification:  The participant shall present one of the following forms of identification immediately before admittance to a correspondence course, this shall occur immediately proceeding the administration of a final examination for a correspondence and internet course offering

(a)A current California driver license

(b)A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code.

(c)Any identification of the participant issued by a government agency or recognized real estate related issued trade organization with the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.

Method of Course Presentation:  The method of course presentation for this course is a correspondence course where the written material is delivered to the participant and the course sponsor acts as the exam monitor at a designated location. Course fee:  The fee for this course is $65.

Course Completion Time:  Per Commissioner’s Regulation:  3006(m); All offerings shall require completion within one year from the date of registration. 

Participants taking correspondence courses are limited to taking a maximum of 15 hours of credit testing in any one 24 hour period.

Refund Policy:  All sales are final.  Once the course is purchased by the participant, there are no refunds.

Attendance Record Policy:  The course sponsor, Charlie Krackeler Presents…, Inc., shall maintain a record of attendance of each participant, for a period of five years, sufficient to allow for the preparation of a duplicate certificate upon request by a participant, for a $25 administrative fee.  

Compliance Disclaimer:  Charlie Krackeler Presents…, Inc. fully complies with Continuing Education sections 3005 through 3012.2 and Business and Professions Code sections 10170 through 10170.6, without exception.  Please call (650) 941-4321 if you have any questions.

Textbook Information:  The written material required for this correspondence course is the following:

-Title:  “Practical Negotiating Skills”

-Author:  Charlie Krackeler, M.S., DREI

-Copyright Date:  2017

Exam Requirements:  The final examination for this course is open book.  It is  consistent for all participants.  While taking the final exam open book, the participant can only refer to the instructional material approved for the course.

The exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions.

Allotted time for the exam:  The time allotted for the exam is one minute per question.  Time involved in the final exam is included in the stated 7 clock hours of the offering of this correspondence course.

Grading criteria:  The final exam shall be corrected and the participant must get a score of a minimum of 70% in order to receive credit for the course.

Regulation 3007.3(k) and 3007.3(l):  This offering includes a provision for one retaking of the final examination by a participant who fails the original examination.  The questions on the alternate exam are all different than the original exam that the participant did not pass.  If the participant fails the re-exam, then s/he receives no credit for the course.  The participant may re-enroll and attempt completion of the same course, but must complete the credit hours and successfully complete the final exam in order to receive credit.

Online Evaluation Available:  A course and instructor evaluation is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at www.calbre.ca.gov.  Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.

CalBRE Disclaimer Statement:  This course is approved for Continuing Education credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate.  However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors, or lecturer

“Charlie Krackeler’s Survey Course”

This Survey Course studies the six (6) mandated topics.  Agency, Ethics, Trust Fund Handling, Fair Housing, Risk Management and Management and Supervision.  You must have completed the six (6) 3 credit courses in a previous license renewal in order to qualify to take the Survey Course.  Agency covers expressed agreements as well as implied ways of creating an agency.  Fair Housing covers current laws on protected classes.  Trust Funds covers the ways to survive a CalBRE audit.  Management and Supervision discusses ways for one to effectively run a real estate office.  Ethics covers the N.A.R. Code of Ethics.  Risk Management covers reports, disclosures and writing the right material in the purchase contract.

 

Course credit hours:  This course is approved for 8 hours of continuing education in the category of “Combined Survey.”

Identification:  The participant shall present one of the following forms of identification immediately before admittance to a correspondence course, this shall occur immediately proceeding the administration of a final examination for a correspondence and internet course offering

(a)A current California driver license

(b)A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code.

(c)Any identification of the participant issued by a government agency or recognized real estate related issued trade organization with the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.

Method of Course Presentation:  The method of course presentation for this course is a correspondence course where the written material is delivered to the participant and the course sponsor acts as the exam monitor at a designated location. Course fee:  The fee for this course is $75.

Course Completion Time:  Per Commissioner’s Regulation:  3006(m); All offerings shall require completion within one year from the date of registration. 

Participants taking correspondence courses are limited to taking a maximum of 15 hours of credit testing in any one 24 hour period.

Refund Policy:  All sales are final.  Once the course is purchased by the participant, there are no refunds.

Attendance Record Policy:  The course sponsor, Charlie Krackeler Presents…, Inc., shall maintain a record of attendance of each participant, for a period of five years, sufficient to allow for the preparation of a duplicate certificate upon request by a participant, for a $25 administrative fee.  

Compliance Disclaimer:  Charlie Krackeler Presents…, Inc. fully complies with Continuing Education sections 3005 through 3012.2 and Business and Professions Code sections 10170 through 10170.6, without exception.  Please call (650) 941-4321 if you have any questions.

Textbook Information:  The written material required for this correspondence course is the following:

-Title:  “Charlie Krackeler’s Survey Course”

-Author:  Charlie Krackeler, M.S., DREI

-Copyright Date:  2017

Exam Requirements:  The final examination for this course is open book.  It is  consistent for all participants.  While taking the final exam open book, the participant can only refer to the instructional material approved for the course.

The exam consists of 20 multiple choice questions.

Allotted time for the exam:  The time allotted for the exam is one minute per question.  Time involved in the final exam is included in the stated 7 clock hours of the offering of this correspondence course.

Grading criteria:  The final exam shall be corrected and the participant must get a score of a minimum of 70% in order to receive credit for the course.

Regulation 3007.3(k) and 3007.3(l):  This offering includes a provision for one retaking of the final examination by a participant who fails the original examination.  The questions on the alternate exam are all different than the original exam that the participant did not pass.  If the participant fails the re-exam, then s/he receives no credit for the course.  The participant may re-enroll and attempt completion of the same course, but must complete the credit hours and successfully complete the final exam in order to receive credit.

Online Evaluation Available:  A course and instructor evaluation is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at www.calbre.ca.gov.  Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.

CalBRE Disclaimer Statement:  This course is approved for Continuing Education credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate.  However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors, or lecturer

“Charlie Krackeler’s Real Estate Review”

This continuing education course examines the daily practice of real estate brokerage.  Understanding financing, agent liabilities, negotiating tactics, professional standards, government regulations, escrow procedures, ethical prospecting methods, people skills, buyers and sellers is all part of practicing as a reasonably competent, diligent real estate agent.  Since real estate practitioners are held to a standard that is higher than just reasonable, this course is essential for anyone who wants to protect both themselves and their client in a real estate transaction. 

Course credit hours:  This course is approved for 30 hours of continuing education in the category of “Consumer Protection.”

Identification:  The participant shall present one of the following forms of identification immediately before admittance to a correspondence course, this shall occur immediately proceeding the administration of a final  examination for a correspondence and internet course offering

(a)A current California driver license

(b)A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code.

(c)Any identification of the participant issued by a government agency or recognized real estate related issued trade organization with the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.

Method of Course Presentation:  The method of course presentation for this course is a correspondence course where the written material is delivered to the participant and the course sponsor acts as the exam monitor at a designated location.  This course is also administered via the internet.

Course fee:  The fee for this course is $70.

Course Completion Time:  Per Commissioner’s Regulation:  3006(m); All offerings shall require completion within one year from the date of registration. 

Participants taking correspondence courses are limited to taking a maximum of 15 hours of credit testing in any one 24 hour period.

Refund Policy:  All sales are final.  Once the course is purchased by the participant, there are no refunds.

Attendance Record Policy:  The course sponsor, Charlie Krackeler Presents…, Inc., shall maintain a record of attendance of each participant, for a period of five years, sufficient to allow for the preparation of a duplicate certificate upon request by a participant, for a $25 administrative fee.  

Compliance Disclaimer:  Charlie Krackeler Presents…, Inc. fully complies with Continuing Education sections 3005 through 3012.2 and Business and Professions Code sections 10170 through 10170.6, without exception.  Please call (650) 941-4321 if you have any questions.

Textbook Information:  The written material required for this correspondence course is the following:

-Title:  “Charlie Krackeler’s Real Estate Review”

-Author:  Charlie Krackeler, M.S., DREI

-Copyright Date:  2017

Exam Requirements:  The final examination for this course is open book.  It is  consistent for all participants.  While taking the final exam open book, the participant can only refer to the instructional material approved for the course.

The exam consists of 70 multiple choice questions.

Allotted time for the exam:  The time allotted for the exam is one minute per question.  Time involved in the final exam is included in the stated 30 clock hours of the offering of this correspondence course.

Grading criteria:  The final exam shall be corrected and the participant must get a score of a minimum of 70% in order to receive credit for the course.

Regulation 3007.3(k) and 3007.3(l):  This offering includes a provision for one retaking of the final examination by a participant who fails the original examination.  The questions on the alternate exam are all different than the original exam that the participant did not pass.  If the participant fails the re-exam, then s/he receives no credit for the course.  The participant may re-enroll and attempt completion of the same course, but must complete the credit hours and successfully complete the final exam in order to receive credit.

Online Evaluation Available:  A course and instructor evaluation is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at www.calbre.ca.gov.  Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.

CalBRE Disclaimer Statement:  This course is approved for Continuing Education credit by the California Bureau of Real Estate.  However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructor, authors, or lecturers.