60-HOUR BROKER PRE-LICENSE TOPICS COURSE

The 60-Hour Broker Pre-License Topics course is the first step on your journey to becoming a broker! Regardless of which type of course you choose, the content includes: license law, real property, agency, financing, marketing & advertising, contract knowledge, buyer & seller relationships & counseling, state & federal laws and real estate transactions.

You must complete and pass the 60-Hour Broker Topics course before you may continue on to the 15-Hour Interactive Course. Or, check out our 75 Hour Course Bundle (below)! Register for back-to-back 60 Hour and 15 Hour courses so you can schedule your pre-licensing in one click.

THE CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE – register below

If you learn best in a traditional classroom setting, and you have the flexibility to commit to attending one of our sessions, then our classroom course is your best option. The experience includes a full-time instructor, group discussions, unit reviews and a brand new classroom facility!

THE WEBINAR EXPERIENCE – register below

If you learn best with a live instructor and an interactive classroom environment (but you’re practicing social distancing), then our webinar course is your best option. The experience includes a full-time, live instructor, group discussions, unit reviews and an easy-to-navigate webinar streaming interface.

Webinar Log-In Guide & FAQ

Three things to know about webinar classes:

  1. You must be signed in to all sessions from start to finish to receive credit. Make sure you have a computer and a steady WiFi source.
  2. Unlike a Zoom Call, you don’t have to worry about keeping your camera on or off. Check out these handy webinar 101 tips.
  3. Your webinar class will take place on the same dates and run for the same time as a standard classroom course, so please plan to attend the class for its entirety to receive credit. Double-check our school policies if you anticipate an absence.


LICENSING REQUIREMENTS

  • +18 years old
  • High school or GED graduate
  • Be of good moral character
FAQs

SIX STEPS TO BECOME A LICENSED BROKER

  1. Pick your start date below!
  2. Enroll in the 15-Hour Interactive Course.
  3. Take and pass the state licensing exam.
  4. Find a sponsoring broker.
  5. Apply to the state for your broker’s license.
  6. Complete the Post License Coursework required for your first license renewal deadline.

UPCOMING COURSES

Types of Class Sessions

  • All-Day Sessions: Classes meet for eight (8) consecutive weekdays, Monday – Friday and then Monday – Wednesday, from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Saturday Sessions: Classes meet for eight (8) consecutive Saturdays, from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
  • Evening Sessions: Classes meet for 16 evening sessions on consecutive Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 5:30 PM – 9:15 PM
  • Morning Sessions: Classes meet for 16 morning sessions on consecutive Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 9:00 AM – 12:45 PM

60 HOUR TUITION: $579 (Includes: 60 Hour Broker Topics course)

75 HOUR BUNDLE TUITION: $704 (Includes: 60 Hour Broker Topics course + 15 Hour Interactive course)

Please click on the date to register. Or, fill out the registration form and submit it online.

DATE SESSION TYPE & TIME INSTRUCTOR LOCATION GET THE 75 HOUR BUNDLE
10/2/21 – 11/20/21 Saturdays:
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Risa Weiss CAR | 430 N Michigan 10/2/21 – 12/11/21
10/11/21 – 10/20/21 All Day:
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Eve Benton CAR | 430 N Michigan 10/11/21 – 10/22/21
10/18/21 – 11/22/21 Evenings:
5:30 PM – 9:15 PM
Roseanna Diaz Webinar 10/18/21 – 12/6/21
11/1/21 – 12/8/21 Mornings:
9:00 AM – 12:45 PM
Aaron Joiner Webinar 11/1/21 – 12/16/21
11/8/21 – 11/17/21 All Day:
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Leo Schwartz CAR | 430 N Michigan 11/8/21 – 11/19/21
12/6/21 – 12/15/21 All Day:
9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Leo Schwartz CAR | 430 N Michigan 12/6/21 – 12/17/21

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