40-Hour Salesperson Pre License & 6-Hour FAA Drone Certification Course with Practice Exam | Michigan Approval #3040

  • 40-Hour Michigan Real Estate Salesperson Prelicensure Course #3040
  • 6-Hour FAA Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Flight Certification
  • Real Estate 40/30 Hour Practice Exam
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Michigan Real Estate Salesperson 40 Hour Prelicensure

This course is designed to provide individuals in the state of Michigan with the prelicense instruction that must be completed in order to be issued a salesperson license. This course contains instruction on a wide variety of topics including agency, fair housing, mathematics, property ownership, titles and deeds, mortgages, and property management. The course is broken up by a series of incremental quizzes that are intended to promote comprehension and retention of course materials.

Course Content

At Your Pace Online (AYPO) is responsible for the content of this course.

At the end of this class students will be able to:

  • Operate in a manner that is ethical and responsible
  • Establish and maintain agency relationships with real estate brokers and other real estate salespersons
  • Properly handle brokerage funds including commissions and client trust monies
  • Advertise in a manner that is legal and appropriate
  • Operate in accordance with federal and state antitrust laws
  • Interact with customers and clients while respecting fair housing laws and the fair housing rights of individuals
  • Operate in accordance with established federal and state fair housing laws
  • Establish an agency relationship
  • Operate as a party to an agency relationship
  • Fulfill the responsibilities of an agent
  • Terminate an agency relationship
  • Calculate various values associated with real estate including property size, commission payments, and mortgage payments
  • Form a valid contract
  • Respond appropriately to a breach of contract
  • Assist a client in forming an appropriate real estate contract
  • Identify a property and its location from its legal description
  • Evaluate what rights are held by the owner of a particular property
  • Discern the form of ownership an individual holds over a property
  • Explain to a client how encumbrances affect ownership of their property
  • Estimate the value of a piece of real estate
  • Carry out a comparative market analysis
  • Determine if an official appraisal is required for a particular property
  • Determine how a property is owned based on the estate the owner possesses
  • Help a client establish a business structure that is best suited for their needs
  • Assess whether a client needs title insurance
  • Determine if the title to a particular property has any attached encumbrances
  • Help a client select the deed that will transfer ownership of a property in a way that meets their needs
  • Assist a client with a 1031 exchange
  • Help a client select a suitable mortgage loan
  • Evaluate a mortgage loan contract
  • Operate in accordance with state and federal mortgage loan laws including the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act, RESPA, and ECOA
  • Provide clients and customers with the proper TRID disclosure forms
  • Explain how a transaction of real estate is financed
  • Assist a client in selecting the loan that will best serve their needs
  • Guide a client through the loan application process
  • Describe the various sources of loan money
  • Successfully operate as a property manager
  • Help a client establish a lease agreement that is suitable to their needs
  • Establish an effective relationship with tenants
  • Operate in accordance with the landlord-tenant laws of the State of Michigan
  • Advise a client on how to manage environmental issues while also avoiding violating state and federal environmental laws
  • Advise a client on how land use controls will affect their use and enjoyment of a property
  • Describe the purpose and effect of zoning and master plans
  • Provide clients and customers with required disclosures
  • Operate in accordance with the real estate laws of the State of Michigan

This course covers:

Practices Chapter

  • Real Estate Practices: 1h 44m
  • Fair Housing Laws: 2h 12m
  • Incremental Quiz 1: 6m

Agency Chapter

  • Principal / Agent Relationship: 2h 55m
  • Incremental Quiz 2: 5m

Mathematics Chapter

  • Mathematics for Real Estate: 3h 31m
  • Incremental Quiz 3: 5m

Contracts Chapter

  • Contracts: 2h 41m
  • Incremental Quiz 4: 7m

Property, Ownership, & Valuation Chapter

  • Property and Property Ownership: 3h 24m
  • Property Valuation: 1h 1m
  • Incremental Quiz 5: 8m

Estate, Titles, & Deeds Chapter

  • The Estate Concept: 43m
  • Titles and Deeds: 3h 10m
  • Incremental Quiz 6: 8m

Financing Chapter

  • Mortgages: 1h 18m
  • Real Estate Financing: 1h 53m
  • Incremental Quiz 7: 7m​​​​​​​

Condominiums, Property Management, & Environmental Issues Chapter

  • The Condominium Concept and Laws: 2h 15m
  • Property Management: 2h 48m
  • Environmental Issues: 2h 2m
  • Incremental Quiz 8: 5m​​​​​​​

Other Issues Chapter

  • Michigan Specific Issues: Laws and Rules: 5h 18m
  • Incremental Quiz 9: 11m

Final Exam: The final exam is 1 hour and 15  minutes long and will present 150 questions randomly drawn from the course.


6 Hour 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.

  • Fixed Wing Stability
  • Controls on Quadcopters
  • Fixed Wing Stalls
  • Review
  • Chapter Quiz

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.

  • Global Atmosphere, Weather, and Climate
  • Weather and Climate
  • Storms and Weather Fronts
  • Windshear and Forecasting
  • Weather Forecasting
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter Quiz

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.

  • Part 61
  • Proposed Part 107
  • Part 91
  • Review
  • Chapter Quiz

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.

  • Controlled Airspace Overview
  • Temporary Flight Restrictions
  • Types of TFRs
  • Prohibited Areas
  • Restricted Areas
  • Other SUA (Special Use Airspace)
  • SFARs and Emergency Air Traffic Rules
  • Sources of Information
  • Review
  • Chapter Quiz

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.

  • Vision
  • Visual Illusions
  • Aeronautical Decision Making
  • Review
  • Chapter Quiz

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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