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  • REAL ESTATE Instructor
  • REAL 100, Real Estate Principles
  • REAL 110, Real Estate-Legal Aspects
  • REAL 250, Property Management
  • BS (Psychology), Arizona State University
  • JD (Law), Thomas Jefferson School of Law
  • ePRO Certified, Natl Assoc of REALTORS
  • Accredited Buyer's Rep, Natl Assoc of REALTORS
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x1300
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Kevin Burke

REAL 110 Class

Kevin M. Burke, J.D., ePRO, ABR is the Owner/Broker of Burke Real Estate Consultants, a Consulting Firm in San Diego, California. The practice is devoted to Broker Support, as well as the total training and support of real estate Agents, regardless of company affiliation.

A Real Estate Licensee since 1977, Kevin teaches Real Property Law, Legal Aspects of Real Estate, Real Estate Principles, Practice, Sales and Marketing for the Real Estate Professional & Property Management (at UCSD & Mira Costa College). Kevin has held positions as President of North San Diego County Association of REALTORS®, Chair of the SANDICOR Advisory Committee, Chairman of the Board of the Del Mar Regional Chamber of Commerce, and, Vice Chair of the California Association of REALTORS® Sergeant at Arms Committee.

Kevin serves on the California Association of REALTORS® Consumer Protection and Risk Management Committee, as well as the Risk Management Committee for the San Diego Association of REALTORS®.
Kevin has been MC’ing the REALTOR® Networking Session (bringing Brokers/Salesperson together) for the Association of REALTORS® in Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Carmel Valley & Santa Luz for over the past ten years.


REAL 100:1592 Spring 2016
REAL 110:1595 Spring 2016

REAL 250:2429 Fall 2015

REAL 100:1740 Fall 2015



REAL 100 Pt1 Pt2 Pt3

REAL 110 Pt1 Pt2 Pt3

Residential Purchase Agreement (Kevin Burke):
Blank Form / Completed Form
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4 Pt5 Pt6 Pt7 Pt8 Pt9 Pt10 Pt11

Real Estate Investment Analysis (Leonard Baron):
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4 Pt5 Pt6 Info/Forms:

REAL 250 Property Management Chapters for first two weeks of semester (PDFs):

CH01 CH02

IMPORTANT NOTE on CLOSED Classes: All the online classes and many of the on-campus classes close quickly. You should register ASAP if you are interested in any class. If you change your mind, please drop the class immediately so others can enroll. If the class is closed, consider the Wait List procedures; be aware of the rules and the limitations. Otherwise, consider these options: 1) register for another section if available; 2) register for another class; 3) consider registering in a future semester; 4) show up for the first day of an on-campus class and discuss with the instructor; or 5) forget about it and move on. The instructor will not intervene with the wait list procedure.

Please be aware that, once a class reaches maximum enrollment and “closes,” on or after the first day of the semester, even if “available” spaces appear on SURF due to drops, it is within the instructor's complete discretion on whether to add more students at that time. Drops after the first day are normal attrition and are factored in when setting the maximum enrollment. The class has started and important assignments and subject matter have already been covered. Please do not email the instructor. Thank you for your understanding.

Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities