Real Estate Law
Representation of real estate clients is a major area of practice for many law firms. Our advanced paralegal Real Estate Law course provides you with the opportunity to master the elements of real property, different methods used in recording and describing deeds, transference of title, rights associated with real estate ownership, elements of real estate contracts, basic landlord/tenant law, deeds, mortgages and restrictions on land use, title insurance and title examination, the closing process, and tax implications of real estate transactions. The e-text that accompanies this course includes figures, tables and sample forms that presents visual aids for learning; annotated documents that focus on relevant sections of actual legal documents; case excerpts; and highlights of the specific skills you will need as a real estate paralegal.
Blackstone advanced paralegal courses qualify as CLE credit for the five-year PLS and PP recertification through NALS (the association for legal professionals). In addition, each of these courses provide 20 hours towards the 50 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) needed for recertification if you are a Certified Legal Assistant (CLA) through the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA). With Blackstone’s advanced paralegal courses, you have the freedom and flexibility to take the courses you need to renew your certification and to advance you knowledge with specialized legal skills.
- Prerequisite: High School or General Equivalency Diploma
- Study Method: E-books with online study guides and exams
- Program Length: Completion time ranges from 4-6 months, with students given the option of up to 6 months if needed. Students must satisfy all academic and financial obligations to graduate from their program.