COMPLETE Michigan Broker Pre Licensure Package & FAA Drone Certification Exam Prep Course


96 Hour | HD Video 

  • 30-Hour  Broker Prelicensure Law 101 #3700
  • 30-Hour Broker Prelicensure Law 102 #3750
  • 30-Hour Broker Preparation Online Course #3045
  • 6-Hour FAA Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Flight Certification
  • Real Estate 40/30 Hour Practice Exam
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Brokers Real Estate Law 101

Instructor: Gwyn Besner

This 30 hour Broker prelicensure course provides a broad range of information pertinent to the rules, regulations and requirements as they pertain to Real Estate Law. The topics covered are: the history and execution of law, Michigan Occupational code, the basics of auction law, water rights as they pertain to property owners, environmental laws, income taxes for real property, property management, agency and realtor ethics, and finally Fair Housing and civil rights.

This course covers:

    Learning Objective: Understand the history of and the general makeup of the judicial system.
    Learning Objective: Be able to outline the regulatory rules that affect the real estate industry.
    Learning Objective: Gain an understanding of the auction process and its relation to the industry.
    Learning Objective: Outline the most important aspects of riparian rights and how they affect homeownership.
    Learning Objective: Gain a broad understanding of pollution and environmental issues.
    Learning Objective: Recognize the benefits of real property ownership, as well as 1031 exchanges, depreciation, and loss.
    Learning Objective: Understand the rules and processes involved in real estate property management.
    Learning Objective: Identify the most important aspects of Fair Housing regulations, and the importance of the Civil Rights Act.
    Learning Objective: Gain an understanding of agency, and the importance of professional ethics.



Brokers Real Estate Law 102

Instructor: Gwyn Besner

This 30 hour Broker prelicensure course brings together many of the most important aspects of a real estate broker business. Business startup, business entities, record keeping requirements are discussed. Keeping employees and visitors safe, as well as insurance needs and reduction of  liability is covered. Information that every broker should know, including contracts, finance, and sound broker practices is discussed at length. Finally, fair housing and civil rights requirements are outlined in detail.

This course covers:

    Learning Objective: Be able to outline the basic types of business entities, including tax requirements and record keeping.
    ​​​​​​​Learning Objective: Understand the physical, hazard, litigious errors and risks, and how to reduce these risks in order to reduce liability.
    ​​​​​​​Learning Objective: Be able to prepare a Policy and Procedure Manual, the importance of accurate bookkeeping.
    ​​​​​​​Learning Objective: Understand the rules of arbitration and the importance of a properly drafted contract.
    ​​​​​​​Learning Objective: Describe the importance of title insurance and case law that illustrates the problems in finance or conveyance of real property.
    ​​​​​​​Learning Objective: Identify the rights and restrictions surrounding real property ownership, deeds, transfer of property, and easements.
    ​​​​​​​Learning Objective: Be able to accurately read a legal description and locate the property.
    Learning Objective: Identify the most important aspects of Fair Housing regulations, and the importance of the Civil Rights Act.



MI Real Estate Broker 30 Hour Prelicensure Course

Instructor: Gwyn Besner

This 30 hour prelicensure course is approved and certified by the state of Michigan. Students will gain the expertise and tools needed to pass the state exam. Gwyn Besner, a respected and well known educator in Real Estate, now offers a top quality online video course that walks you through the principles of law, civil rights, contracts, ethics, property law, finance and management. Included are hundreds of practice questions and math problems to help prepare you for the exam.

This course covers:

  • Michigan Occupational Code 
    Learning Objective:  Students will recognize which portions of the Occupational Code pertain to and regulate the real estate industry.
  • Contract Law
    Learning Objective:  Identify the components of a contract, what conditions may apply and what constitutes a breach of contract.
  • Agency, Ethics and Broker Principles
  • Learning Objective:  Be able to prepare a policy and procedure manual for their business.
  • Nature Of Property
    Learning Objective:  Accurately read a local description and locate property based on metes and bounds, surveys and subdivisions.
  • Deeds, Rights and Restrictions
    Learning Objective:  Recognize various forms of estates, ownership, conveyance of property and easements.
  • Valuation and Taxation
    Learning Objective:  Understand homeowner benefits, determination of value/taxes, appraisal criteria, and point of sale requirements.
  • Finance
    Learning Objective:  Be able to apply the rules and regulations of state and federal agencies as they pertain to real estate finance;  insurance, mortgages, loans and lenders.
  • Property Management
    Learning Objective:  Be able to identify rental and property management requirements, understand commencement and termination inventory checklists, and the use of leases.
  • Fair Housing
    Learning Objective:  Be able to discuss the history and development of civil rights and fair housing legislation, and apply that towards the goal of a discrimination-free business.

FINAL EXAM  70% Passing Score Required

Exam Prep for FAA Small Unmanned Aerial Systems

Flight Certification Test

Instructor: Greg MacMaster

CHAPTER ONE (45 minutes)

While many purchase an sUAS and start flying on their own, it’s usually through trial and error before they master the complexities of flight dynamics. This six hour course walks you through fixed wing and quad copter aerodynamics, including controls, stability and stalls. From basic flight principles to air movement over the airframe, weight, drag and wake turbulence, you will gain a better appreciation of aerodynamics, and gain a higher personal expectation for your flight operations.

CHAPTER TWO (90 minutes)

Weather is an integral part of aviation and affects flight in many ways before you ever take to the skies. It’s extremely important that sUAS pilots not only know current conditions but also the forecast to come. Learning about thermal inversions, wind shear (both speed and directional), circulation and local weather dynamics will help sharpen your skills as an sUAS pilot. Understanding weather and what certain conditions may mean to each flight will allow operators to better manage their time and their assets. This course provides an overview of aviation weather that sUAS pilots will find useful when planning day-to-day operations.

CHAPTER THREE (90 minutes)

This portion of the course will govern your sUAS flight operations. The Federal Aviation Regulations exist to keep our airways safe. Knowing the rules and regulations that surround flight operations is critical.  The majority of the focus will be on Parts 61, 91 and 107 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, along with pertinent details not found in any book but learned from piloting experience.

CHAPTER FOUR (75 minutes)

With the introduction of sUAS’s into the airspace, today’s pilots face many airspace challenges. The lack of knowledge of the airspace or improper preflight planning has resulted in pilot deviations which are a violation of FAR (Federal Aviation Regulations). This has already resulted in a series of incidents and near misses.

One of the most important concepts to take from this course is the need to understand the type of airspace you will be flying in and to check notices to airmen (NOTAMS) before every flight – even a short flight in your local airport practice area. This chapter is designed to help prevent sUAS accidents and mishaps, including near misses occurring from a lack of understanding of airport issues. You will learn the different controlled airspace classifications, the importance of each and the restrictions that apply to each. TFR’s and NOTAMS are covered in detail, as well as the many different types of parameters.

CHAPTER FIVE (30 minutes)

While you may daydream a little while driving your car, flying an aircraft is different and takes mental concentration. There’s a process that helps you keep your thoughts in check and continually re-assess your flight operation before it becomes a liability to you and others. While some examples discussed in this chapter will be general knowledge, others will be new to many of you who have not yet pushed yourself beyond your comfort level. Drugs, alcohol, and other physiological factors that can affect your ability to fly safely are all part of this portion of the course.

Practice Test 1 (60 Questions)

Practice Test 2 (90 Questions)

Flight Service District Offices (Nation-wide)

Airport directory for the United States;
Enter your state and county then submit – Then select under Reports (Airport Contact Information)

Wxbrief (For NOTAMs)!/
Where you would go to log in and enter your NOTAM for your flight (and to review other NOTAMS issued)
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI), the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of unmanned systems and robotics, represents more than 7,500 members from 60+ allied countries involved in the fields of government, industry and academia. AUVSI members work in the defense, civil and commercial markets.
is an education campaign founded by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) in partnership with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to educate prospective users about the safe and responsible operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) is the premier community-based organization in the United States for model aviation enthusiasts.

Michigan 40/30 Hour Practice Exam

This is a Practice Exam that has been included in your package. You will want to go over this, the Midterm and the Final Exams as many times as it takes until you feel confident with the material.

It is very important for licensee candidates to watch the videos AND read the text material below each video. There is a great deal of information in the text below that the instructor does not discuss in the video, and information the instructor discusses that is not in the text. The best way to learn the material and then pass the exam is to study BOTH! It is also a good idea to print the text material for study purposes.


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