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ZOOM Broker Prelicensing Course

LIVE Real Estate BROKER Prelicensing Course

Carol Ball Real Estate School

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April 18 thru April 29, 2022

Carol Ball School of Real Estate has created a live Real Estate Brokers Prelicensing Class utilizing the materials and features of the face-to-face course that successful real estate agents have used to prepare for their careers as brokers. The course will be presented live and delivered to you through ZOOM on your computer. Keone Ball is the course instructor and will teach each class live. Included books and materials distributed on Maui only. Shipping and handling extra for off island registrations. No Refunds once classes have started.

Brokers Class Schedule: April 18 thru April 29, 2022

Week 1. Monday-Friday: 4:30 to 9:00 PM – LIVE ZOOM CLASS
Saturday: Independent Review of week
Week 2. Monday-Thursday: 4:30 to 9:00 PM – LIVE ZOOM CLASS
Friday: 4:30 to 8:30 PM – Course Final – LIVE ZOOM

Daily Independent Study reading of course material required before attending each class.
Course fulfills State of Hawaii requirement for broker prelicensing education.

  • You must have a computer with camera to enable ZOOM through which the course will be delivered, live.
  • 100% attendance required.
  • ZOOM sessions consist of live lecture, PowerPoint, live discussion, take home quizzes, live monitored class final.
  • You must score at least 75% on the course final to pass the course.
  • The course requires Independent Study reading of textbook material before each class as required in the face-to-face course.
  • 100 hours of coursework includes 50 hours of reading and 50 hours of interactive instruction, discussion, drill.

Book Pickup Maui only. Monday one week before class begins – (more information provided upon registration). Shipping and handling extra for off island registrations.
No Refunds once classes have started.

Price $1500 plus tax

The Course Curriculum Covers The Following Topics:

  • Real Estate Licensing Laws
  • Ethics and Real Estate Regulations
  • Nature and Description of Real Estate
  • The Law and Real Property
  • Encumbrances, Easements
  • Tenancy and Ownership of Real Estate
  • Condominiums, Cooperatives
  • Planned Unit Developments and Timeshare
  • State Land-Use Controls and Property Development
  • Agency
  • Real Estate Contracts
  • Hawaii Standard Forms
  • Real Estate Financing Principles
  • Real Estate Financing Practices
  • Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal
  • Real Estate and Other Taxes
  • Tax Liens, Interests in Real Estate
  • Closing the Real Estate Transaction
  • Commercial Real Estate Management
  • Leasing and Sales
  • Landlord – Tenant Code and Residential Property Management
  • Fair Housing Laws and The Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Environmental Issues and the Real Estate Transaction
  • Mathematics
  • Ethical Standards of Practice in Real Estate
  • Real Estate Brokerage Administration

Passing the Carol Ball School of Real Estate Broker Prelicensing Course requires attendance at all the classes, completing the Independent Study portion of the class and passing the class final with at least 75% on the Uniform portion of the final as well as 75% on the Hawaii portion of the final. There will be no opportunities for repeating the final exam. Students should be prepared to devote 3.5 hours a night Independent Study to prepare for the class the following day. Independent Study schedule includes weekends. 

The class is fast paced and requires exclusive focus on the course material for the duration of the course period. Completion of Independent Study to read new material prior to coming to class is essential to success and passage of the course. Attendees should be prepared to give the course their top priority. The school reserves the right to dismiss a student who is disruptive to the class. There are no refunds given to any student who has enrolled in the course. Carol Ball School of Real Estate does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

The state of Hawaii licensing exam is held on Maui several times a month and is provided by PSI for the State of Hawaii. The fee for the exam, paid to PSI is $63.00. Information about the State of Hawaii real estate licensing exam may be found at

Important Notice:

Among other requirements before taking the Hawaii Broker exam are three years’ full time experience and obtaining an experience certificate signed by your Principal Broker or Broker in Charge. Please review the General real estate licensing information found on the state website before enrolling in this course –


Here is the link to the Broker Experience Certificate for your Broker to complete. It must also go to the state for their approval. You will not be admitted to the Broker Licensing Exam Without the Form. It sometimes takes weeks to get it back so apply for it accordingly. Click HERE to access forms.

The Course Features:

Live lecture, PowerPoint, Discussion. Quizzes to assist you with evaluation and test taking skills will be given daily. Independent Study of no less than two hours to prepare you for each class is required prior to the class. Review of material for the Course Final and State of Hawaii licensing exam is featured with practice exams. A Course Final consisting of 150 questions will be given on the last day of class with 100 Uniform questions and 50 Hawaii questions. Passing score is 75% on each section. No final exam retakes are offered. Daily class attendance is required to pass the course.

Textbooks and materials are included in the price of the course. The cost of the course and materials is $1500.00 plus tax. Payment must accompany registration. There are no refunds once class starts.

About the Instructor:

The live real estate Broker prelicensing course is taught by Keone Ball, REALTOR ®, ABR, CRB, CRS. He introduces the lessons by relating them to his experiences through his own sales involvement since 1997 as well as through his broker mentorship of sales persons since 2001 at the multi-agent firm where he had served Principal Broker. Keone has successfully led classes preparing students to pass the licensing exam. Testimonies of past students and passing rates above the state norm attest to the success of his teaching techniques.

He is a member of the National Association of Realtors and is an Accredited Buyer Representative, Certified Real Estate Broker Manager, and Certified Residential Specialist. He is a Certified Real Estate Prelicensing Instructor for the State of Hawaii. Licensed in real estate since 1996 and earning his Broker’s license in 2001, Keone serves as a Broker in Charge at Keller Williams Realty.

His experience serves him well as an instructor allowing him to successfully introduce the class to essential concepts through his vast real estate experiences. Keone served as President of the Realtors Association of Maui and held Directorships with the Hawaii Association of Realtors. His community activities include serving as chair of the Maui Police Commission and chairperson of the Maui Planning Commission.

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