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(For candidates with an existing Salesperson or Broker's license in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, Rhode Island and West Virginia.)
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Try These Sample Questions From Our Database
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An owner-developer employs five licensed sales associates and pays each sales associate a commission for sales of the owner-developer's lots.
Which is TRUE of the owner-developer?
A) The owner-developer may only pay the sales associates a salary, not a commission.
B) The owner-developer must hold an active broker license.
C) The owner-developer must apply for multiple licenses.
D) The owner-developer must register with the DBPR but does not have to be licensed.
Answer & Explanation
The answer is the owner-developer must register with the DBPR but does not have to be licensed.
The owner-developer does not have to hold a real estate license to sell the owner-developer's lots, but if the owner-developer employs licensed sales associates, the owner-developer must register with the DBPR. This creates a "pseudo number" under which the sales associates can register.
In which situation is the broker NOT exempt from the notice requirements regarding conflicting demands?
A) A buyer's cancellation of a residential condominium purchase agreement within the allowable time period for review
B) A dispute over escrow funds related to a property inspection
C) A buyer's inability to secure financing for the purchase according to the terms of the contract
D) A sale of HUD-owned property that uses a HUD sale contract
Answer & Explanation
The answer is a dispute over escrow funds related to a property inspection.
There are three exceptions to the notice requirements:
(1) escrow deposits concerning a residential sale contract used by HUD in the sale of HUD-owned property;
(2) buyers of residential condominium units who timely deliver written notice of their intent to cancel the contract as authorized by the Condominium Act; and
(3) buyers who in good faith fail to satisfy the terms specified in the financing clause of a contract for sale and purchase.
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As a Mutual Recognition candidate, it's all about Florida law. We have over 50 videos where an instructor goes over key concepts and topics that will be on the state exam. Play, pause, fast forward, and rewind the videos as much as you like until you understand the concept. These videos are the perfect compliment to our exam prep quizzes and practice exams.
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We want to make sure that you are challenged in a way that will serve you well on the actual exam. That's why we randomly generate questions on each and every quiz and exam. We also randomize the answer choices as well on the questions so that you are really tested. Doing this makes it a little trickier, but it's best to prepare the right way, because the state exam is very tricky too.
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