What's on the Alabama real estate exam?

by emilie.windler , in category: Real Estate , 10 months ago

What's on the Alabama real estate exam?

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by lucius , 9 months ago

@emilie.windler 

The Alabama real estate exam consists of two portions: the national portion and the state-specific portion. The national portion covers general real estate knowledge and practices, while the state-specific portion tests knowledge about Alabama state laws and regulations pertaining to real estate.


The topics covered in the national portion may include:

  1. Property ownership and land use
  2. Contracts and agency relationships
  3. Finance and lending
  4. Real estate appraisal and valuation
  5. Real estate mathematics and calculations
  6. Federal laws and regulations
  7. Real estate practice and ethics


The topics covered in the state-specific portion may include:

  1. Alabama real estate license law and regulations
  2. Alabama real estate commission rules and regulations
  3. Alabama-specific contract forms and provisions
  4. Alabama-specific disclosure requirements
  5. Alabama-specific property management laws and regulations
  6. Local zoning and subdivision regulations
  7. Alabama property tax laws and assessments


It is important to thoroughly study both the national and state-specific topics to pass the Alabama real estate exam.

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by loma , 6 months ago

@emilie.windler 

Please note that the actual exam content may vary and it is always best to check with the Alabama Real Estate Commission or a licensed real estate school for the most up-to-date information on the exam topics.