Real Estate Principles

The Real Estate Principles course presents fundamental concepts related to acquisition, possession, use, and transfer of real property.

Course Category: Self-Study Courses

Course Level:Advanced

CLE Credit: Substantive

CLE Hours: 20.0
CLE Credit: Substantive
Course Level: Advanced
Fees: $250 – Members, $300 – Nonmembers
Course Materials: Self-study courses typically come with a PDF of the complete textbook, a PDF of the textbook by chapter and a glossary of terms. Once you’ve finished studying, you’ll take the corresponding exams to earn CLE. 
Description: The Real Estate Principles course presents fundamental concepts related to acquisition, possession, use, and transfer of real property. Chapters in the course include an introduction to real estate law definitions and terminology; the historical background of the development of real estate law, from feudal England to early America to present-day America; present estates and future interests in land; acquiring and holding title; easements, real covenants, and equitable servitudes; categories of real property; defining and describing real property; and systems for recording documents related to real property. 
Course Year: 2018

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To access course materials after enrollment please click on “My Courses” then “Self-Study” at nala.education.

Self-Study courses expire after 1 year.

Courses are priced for individual use and consumption and are not intended for rebroadcast and sharing.

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No cancellations or refunds are provided.

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No, a textbook is either included or not necessary for the self-study courses.

No, the courses are designed as continuing education courses and may qualify as meeting continuing education requirements for professional certifications and attorney licenses.  In addition, the courses may be used in the classroom to supplement formal training.  However, the courses are not designed to take the place of formal paralegal training as may be available through a community college or university.