Real Estate Management 2018-01-28T12:45:48+00:00

Real Estate Management

1) Real Estate Agent – Assistant

This course is based on the Austrian Standard ONR 43001-1 and the certification scheme of the Austrian certification body „Austrian plus Certificate“

Course duration

60 hours

Exam

A written exam of 2 hours to prove the qualifications in accordance with the Austrian Standard ONR 43001-1.

The exam will be positively evaluated when the candidate reaches at least 60% of the maximum points.

Prerequisites for the exam

Candidate application form

Course certificate „Real Estate Agent – Assistant“

Certificate

The certificate will be issued by the Austrian Standards plus Certification. The validity of this certificate is maintained by means of a surveillance evaluation on a two-year cycle and a re-certification

evaluation on a six-year cycle.

The surveillance evaluation is fulfilled by providing proof of 16 hours worth of further subject-related education in accordance with the requirements of ONR 43001-1.

Re-certification evaluation

  1. Registered candidates need to provide proof of further pertinent education during the last 6 years, conforming to the guidelines set in Austrian Standard ONR 43001-1
  2. A final interview must be conducted by the lead auditor.

Course contents

1) Technical knowledge and abilities

– Property market

– Property business and connections to national economy

– Real estate financing

– Property relevant tax and revenue law

– Property assessment

– Facility management

– Civil engineering

– Land use policy and planning applications

– Building regulations

– Profession regulations

– Reading plans

2) Property law

– Right of residence

– Regulations of estate agents

– Property developer contract rights

– Land register rights

– Basic traffic rights

– Property relevant aspects of consumer protection

3) Social competences

– Possess the faculty of communication technologies,

– conflict management,

– presentation techniques.

Learning catalogues (gained qualifications)

– Mediate the purchase, sale and exchange of real estate

– Mediate real estate-specifying contracts

– Preparation of documents

– Support of the parties involved in the real-estate business

2) Real Estate Agent – Adviser

This course is based on the Austrian Standard ONR 43001-2 and the certification scheme of the Austrian certification body „Austrian plus Certificate“

Course duration

120 hours

Exam

1) A written exam of 2 hours to prove the qualifications in accordance with the Austrian Standard ONR 43001-2.

The exam will be positively evaluated when the candidate reaches at least 60% of the maximum points.

2) Oral exam: To prove the knowledge and requirements in accordance with ONR 43001-2 have been acquired.

3) Presentation: A case study to be presented for a maximum of 20 minutes.

All exam components are subjects of the course contents.

Prerequisites for the exam1) Candidate application form

2) Course certificate „Real Estate Agent – Assistant“

3) Course certificate “Real Estate Agent – Adviser”

4) Certificate to prove at least 1 year of field work experience

Certificate

The certificate will be issued by the Austrian Standards plus Certification. The validity of this certificate is maintained by means

of a surveillance evaluation on a two-years cycle and a re-certification evaluation

on a six-years cycle.

The surveillance evaluation can be positively fulfilled by providing proof of 16 hours worth of subject-related further education complying with the requirements of ONR 43001-2.

Re-certification evaluation

  1. Registered candidates need to provide proof of pertinent education during the last 6 years in accordance with the guidelines set in Austrian Standard ONR 43001-2.
  2. A final interview must be conducted by the lead auditor.

Course contents

1) Technical knowledge and abilities

– Property market

– Official support measurements (residential building and

redevelopment supports)

– Property business and connections to national economy

– Real estate financing

– Environmental planning and creating legal norms

– Property relevant tax and revenue law

– Property assessment & broker nature

– Facility management

– Civil engineering

– Land use policy and planning applications

– Building regulations

– Profession regulations

– Reading plans

– Ecological and energy aspects of the property.

2) Property law

– Right of residence

– Regulations of estate agents

– Property developer contract rights

– Land register rights

– Basic traffic rights

– Property relevant aspects of consumer protection

3) Social competences

– Possess the faculty of communication technologies,

– conflict management,

– presentation techniques.

4) Methodical analytical skills

– Assessment of properties

– Carrying out of property transactions

– Realization of location and market analyses

– Realization of capital investment calculations

Learning catalogues (gained qualifications)

– Mediate the purchase, sale and exchange    of real estate

– Mediate real estate specifying contracts

– Preparation of documents

– Support of the parties involved in the real-estate business

– Mediate investment in property funds

– Advice and support of holders of property funds

– Conception of the documents and adequate marketing strategies

– Evaluation of the adequacy of rents or prices and carrying out real estate business