WELCOME TO ADLER, TORO AND ASSOCIATES SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE
WELCOME TO ADLER,TORO AND ASSOCIATESSCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE

Address

Adler,Toro and Associates

School of Real Estate

 

            Union City

    Administrative offices

           Main school


3133 Central Ave, suite 206,
Union City, NJ 07087

 

201 - 546 - 7154

 

201 - 471 - 1331

 

adlertoro206@yahoo.com

 

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8:00 am through 9:00 pm

 

            

ONLY MINUTES FROM NYC AND THE LINCOLN TUNNEL

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        THINKING OF EXPANDING YOUR HORIZONS?

 

               THINKING OF A CAREER CAPABLE OF

 

                   MULTIPLE STREAMS OF INCOME?

 

                                       THEN

 

  THINK ABOUT BECOMING A REAL ESTATE LICENSEE!!

 

                          A WONDERFUL WORLD

 

                                         OF

 

                     FINANCIAL POSSIBILITIES!!

 

 

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed

 

by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you

 

did do.

 

 

So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe

 

harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.

 

Explore, dream and discover the amazing world of real

 

estate.

 

 

Adler, Toro and Associates School of Real Estate's vast

 

experience in the industry will prepare you for your

 

extraordinary journey.

 

 

 

           HAVE YOU EVER WONDER 

 

   WHAT IS ON A REAL ESTATE EXAM?

 

 

Real estate exams cover several competencies and key

 

concepts. Licenses are issued at the state level, so each

 

state has the authority to create and administer its own

 

test. Each real estate exam has a general section and a

 

state-specific section. Exam questions are multiple

 

choice. A state's real estate commission may change

 

the exam questions and layout periodically to deter

 

test-takers from cheating.

 

 

Property

 

 

The real estate exam covers a variety of concepts

 

related to property. The exam covers property classes,

 

types of property ownership and property transfer

 

rules. The exam covers land use regulations, including

 

government rights as well as private and public

 

controls. Candidates must know land characteristics

 

and the various legal descriptions of property.

 

 

Real Estate Regulations

 

 

A portion of the real estate exam is dedicated to federal

 

laws that govern real estate practices. Candidates must

 

have knowledge of fair housing and fair credit laws as

 

well as landlord-tenant laws. This portion also covers

 

ethical issues related to brokers, agents and other real

 

estate professionals.

 

 

Math

 

 

The real estate exam covers real estate calculations

 

and various mathematics concepts. License candidates

 

must understand how to calculate property taxes as

 

well as how to make general lending calculations. Other

 

real estate calculations include calculations for

 

mortgages and property values.

 

 

Financing

 

 

Licensed agents must possess a general knowledge of

 

real estate finance concepts. The exam tests the

 

candidate's knowledge of different types of real estate

 

loans and the different sources of loans. The exam also

 

covers various government programs, mortgages and

 

credit laws.

 

 

Real Estate Valuation

 

License candidates must understand real estate

valuation and the different methods of estimating real

estate value. The exam covers competitive market analysis as well as which transactions require property appraisals.

 

 

Contracts and Disclosures

 

 

The real estate exam covers contractual relationships

 

between buyers and sellers. Candidates must have

 

knowledge of general contract law. Candidates must

 

possess property-specific contract knowledge including

 

purchase agreements, lease agreements, counteroffers

 

and rescissions. Further, the exam covers numerous

 

real estate disclosures such as material facts and

 

property condition disclosures.

 

 

State Specific

 

 

A portion of the real estate exam is dedicated to state-

 

specific statutes and regulations. The state-specific

 

portion covers licensing requirements as well as

 

continuing education, license renewal and transfer

 

rules as required by the New Jersey Real Estate

 

Commission. This portion also covers state laws

 

governing licensee activities and state-specific real

 

estate laws such as property ownership and transfer

 

rules, landlord-tenant laws, fair housing rules and

 

other state-specific disclosures.

 

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