Real Estate Education?!?

Where would you go to college if you were going to be a Real Estate Agent?!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Hogan Real Estate School

    4023 E. Grant Road

    Tucson, AZ 85712

    Phone: (800)794-1390

    Fax: (520)325-8950

    Hogan School of Real Estate, Inc

    Career Education System

    8600 Ward Parkway

    Suite 130

    Kansas City, MO 64114

    Phone: (800)748-7715

    Fax: (816)444-4340

    Tri-State Real Estate School

    161 Washington Street

    Eight Tower Bridge, Ste. 950

    Conshohocken, PA 19428

    Phone: (800)554-2216

    Fax: (610)567-3087

    Kelly Gray

    Rhonda Hamilton Learning Services

    6 RED OAK CIRCLE

    Longview, TX 75605

    Phone: (903)759-9406

    Fax: (903)291-0847

    Polley Associates

    3544 West Chester Pike

    Suite 200

    Newtown Square, PA 19073

    Phone: (610)353-6776

    Fax: (610)353-5438

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  • 6 years ago

    Determine the general requirements for becoming a real estate agent in your state. Though there is an exam you'll have to pass that may differ in every state, the general requirements to be able to take that test are the same. There are really just a couple basics. You must:

    Be at least 18 or 19 years of age.

    Be an US citizen.

    Have completed your required pre-license education (varies by state -- usually 3+ related classes).

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    A competitive market requires constant adaptation to stay ahead. For two decades, Boston University's Real Estate Studies Program has led the industry by challenging existing frameworks and introducing thoughtful new ideas.

    BU's Center for Professional Education offers four comprehensive programs covering an assortment of topics related to the real estate industry. Our faculty—made up of practicing professionals from a wide variety of specialties—bring firsthand knowledge and expertise to the classroom.

    The Real Estate Studies Program offers certificates in the following topics:

    Commercial Real Estate

    Facilities Management

    Real Estate Finance

    Sustainability

    We are affiliated with the Real Estate Finance Association (REFA) of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board (GBREB) and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).

    Program Details

    Program Dates

    A variety of courses are offered three times a year: September, January, and April. Most courses run for eight weeks.

    Requirements

    There are no specific requirements to enroll in the Real Estate Studies Program. Students may take all of the required courses for a certificate, or opt for a single course.

    MET Course Waivers for CPE Alumni

    Get a head start on a Master’s in City Planning or Urban Affairs

    Students who earn a Center for Professional Education certificate in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance may apply coursework toward the Master of City Planning or Master of Urban Affairs degree programs at Boston University’s Metropolitan College. Upon admittance to either program, a waiver of three graduate elective courses (12 credits) will be granted.

    For more information on BU’s City Planning and Urban Affairs programs, or the certificate in Commercial Real Estate or Real Estate Finance, please call the Center for Professional Education at 1–866–633–9370 or 617–353–4497......Property Management Bendigo

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Hi this is Anderson.....The best choice for Real Estate Education or Coaching is Creativesuccessalliance.com. It provides standard Education in Real Estate by conducting useful events with team of experts.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Education is not a maindatory for the real estate.

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    First consult with a person who is in the field of Real Estate. They might guide you for further details regarding learning of Real Estate.

  • 6 years ago

    Real estate education is definitely important for the start of real estate career. So for these you need not impart the books knowledge.You can start educating yourself by joining purvankara

  • 6 years ago

    The Bridge Cambodia a development within Cambodia which has been undergoing a quiet transformation for over a decade. The country has become politically stable in the recent years, becoming an attractive option for investors in the frontier market.

    Cambodia has a total population of 15.1 million with a significant proportion of those aged between 20 and 34. Literacy rate is high at 74 percent of the country’s population.

    The dominant age group of young adults is a boon to cambodia’s productivity and competitiveness and looks set to propel the country’s economy to a more advantageous position in the coming years.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    For getting knowledge and learning real estates visits the website

    www.kalrarealtors.in

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Getting trained in real estate in the best idea to lead as a successful investor. I am Russel who invested in real estate but struggled without proper training. Education in real estate which guided me a lot in different ways providing various events and programs in real estate. Creative Success Alliance is the best real estate eduction which made me an profitable investor and my investment stable in real estate. Thank you Creative Success Alliance. Try it yourself to lead in real estate investment.

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