April 5 – June 18 Pre-Licensing Evening Classes
Deborah SeBour – Principles and Practices of Real Estate for Salespersons
The Maryland Real Estate Academy is serviced by the receptionist at the Real Estate Office and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 6:00 and Saturday from 9:00 to 3:00. The receptionist for the Real Estate Company will be able to assist the student or to put them in touch with the instructor.
The school facilities consist of building with a dedicated space for a classroom of 612 square feet with desk and chairs, erasable boards, and calculators. The facility has an ADA compliant restroom and a kitchen and break area available. Wireless internet is available for any student who wishes to bring a laptop though it is not required for this class. The school will use white boards 3 x 4 Feet and a power point slide presentation presented from a desktop computer available in the classroom.
Maryland Real Estate Academy Mission Statement:
The mission of the Maryland Real Estate Academy is to provide The Principles and Practices of Real Estate for Salespersons in a professional atmosphere that allows the student to prepare for the Maryland Real Estate Licensing Exam.
The Maryland Real Estate Academy is owned by Deborah SeBour of Real Estate Investments LLC. All ownership interest belongs to Deborah SeBour.
60 clock hours of instruction are required for the Principles and Practices of Real Estate for Salespersons program in order to prepare for the Maryland Real Estate Examination. All classes are comprised of lecture. There are no requirements for lab, clinical or externship.
REFUND POLICY :
There is a Seven-Day (7) Cancellation Period.
All fees paid by a student shall be refunded if the student chooses not to enroll in or to withdraw from a school within seven (7) calendar days after having signed a contract. If the school closes or discontinues the program, the student shall be issued a full refund within thirty (30) days. If the student chooses not to enroll after the seven (7)day cancellation period, but before the first day of instruction, the school may retain the application fee or registration fee. The date of withdraw or
termination is the last date of attendance. Textbooks and materials issued to the student are non-refundable. If a student withdraws and later wishes to re-enroll a new administrative fee shall be charged. If after an official leave of absence , a student does not return to the program, a refund shall be based on date of withdraw and paid within sixty (60) days from last schedule day of the leave of absence.
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES :
Classes will be offered Monday and Wednesday evening, 6:00pm – 9:00 pm. The total program consists of 6 hours per week for 10 weeks.
The Maryland Real Estate Academy will adhere to a calendar of holidays as follows: New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Students will be notified via email if school is to be closed for any reason including inclement weather. Students will have the option of a Saturday make up class or attending another class based on the agreement of the student and Instructor.
60 hours of classroom lecture and all program work must be completed. A midterm and final exam must be passed with a grade of no less than 75%. All payments for any fees are due the first night of class.
The school does not grant any credit for previous training or experience and under no circumstance will credit be given.
ATTENDANCE AND PERFORMANCE:
Program work will be evaluated every two (2) weeks and reported in writing to the students. Class grades are a combination of homework, quizzes, pop quizzes, and class participation. A permanent record of attendance and academic achievement for each student shall be maintained and updated at every evaluation. Students who maintain a cumulative grade below 70 for more than four (4) weeks shall be terminated.
Identified below is the grading scale for the Principles and Practices of Real Estate for Salespersons program:
A = 90-100 | B = 80-89
C = 70-79 | F = 69 or below
Cumulative Grade Scale:
Attendance: 10% | Quizzes: 10% | Participation: 20% | Midterm: 30% | Final Exam: 30%
60 clock hours of classroom lecture and all program work must be completed. The student must complete all of the required time of three clock hours of instruction per day, two days per week for a total of ten weeks. A midterm and final exam must be passed with a grade of no less than 75% and a cumulative class grade of 75%. All payments for any fees are due the first night of class. The school does not grant any credit for previous training or experience and under no circumstance will credit be given.