This extensive broker prelicense course explores the major areas real estate brokers confront when operating a real estate brokerage firm. First, students will gain useful information about successful business management in sections on brokerage administration management, business planning, office policies, human resources, licensee training, risk management, and technology. This section concludes with in-depth lessons on goal setting and business growth. Next is an overview of liability issues, including agency, fair housing, disclosures, and Montana laws and rules. This is followed by lessons discussing contract law, interpretation, and common Montana forms. Students will learn about Montana trust account requirements as well as the purpose and operation of escrow, closing, settlement, and title insurance. The property management section explores Montana property manager licensing, landlord and tenant law, and leases before delving further into the duties of a residential property manager and handling tenant relations. Lessons covering community ethics conclude the course.