01 Feb DE 39 Hour Pre-licensing Law (5 Days) DE 39 Hour Pre-licensing Law (5 Days) Thursday, February 1, 2018 (8:30 AM to 4:30 PM) 39 DE Law Pre-Licensing Hours CE Hours Coastal Association Office, Berlin, Maryland Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancelation Policy Class dates are February 1, 5 & 6 and 12 & 13 from 8:30AM-4:30PM. For MD Licensees who have 60 hours of MD Pre-Licensing (after 1990); Take this 39 hours of DE Law and be eligible to obtain your DE Real Estate Salespersons license. Delaware Licensing Requirements Complete a 99 hour pre-licensing course accredited by the Delaware Real Estate Commission and the Delaware Department of Education. Pass a two-part standardized salesperson licensing examination. Following completion of the course, one is eligible to sit a maximum of three times for the two-part standardized licensing examination administered by a professional testing service Submit the original application distributed by the testing service upon successful completion of the examination to the Delaware Real Estate Commission within one year of the completion of the pre-licensing course. The pro-rated license and the Guaranty Fund Fee of $25 payable to the State of Delaware, a copy of your Pre-licensing Course Certificate, and any other documentation listed on the application must be included with your application. Submit an affidavit that the applicant has not engaged in any acts or offenses that would be grounds for the discipline pursuant to 24, Del. C., Chapter 29, 2907(a)(4). Admission Policy: A high school diploma/G.E.D. certificate or its equivalent is an admission requirement of the Delaware Department of Education, Delaware Code, Title 14, Chapter 85, 8501. Brought to you by the Frederick Academy of Real Estate. $229/Members $249/Non-members. Coastal Association Office - Training Room Coastal Association Office (Training Room)314 Franklin AvenueSuite 106Berlin, MD 21811 Map & Directions Colin F. McGowan, CDEI Director Frederick Academy of Real Estate Andy Taylor, Esquire Mr. Taylor practices primarily in the fields of real estate, banking and estate planning/settlement. He is the Legal Counsel for Artisans’ Bank, The Delaware Association of Realtors, and The New Castle County Board of Realtors. He is a Corporator and Director of Artisans' Bank. In the years 1993-2012, Mr. Taylor has been named in Woodward/White's Directory as one of the Best Lawyers in America in the Real Estate field. In 2010 he was recognized in Delaware Today as one of the top lawyers in the field of Real Estate Law. A written request must be received at least three (3) days prior to the session date, cancelling attendance and requesting a credit for future sessions.• Notice given less than three (3) days prior to session date, no credit will be issued.• No refunds or vouchers will be issued for no shows.• Full refund will be given for classes rescheduled by the Association.