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Real estate continuing education

Pursuing a new career is not a decision to be made lightly. When you're thinking about making a career change, continuing education courses will be a part of the decision making process. Real Estate Express offers continuing education courses.

The benefits of real estate continuing education

When you complete the real estate continuing education courses, you'll be able to put that certificate to work right away. With other continuing education courses there's often a lag time between getting your certificate and putting it to work, while you are in school for months, even years before you can realize the financial benefits.

Other benefits of real estate continuing education include:

  • Career certification
  • Terrifically lower cost
  • 24/7 training
  • 24/7 instructor
  • Learning at your own pace programs
  • Potential earnings this year of $50,000+

A fast start - it requires only about 4 weeks of education

No one wants to spend hours in a classroom learning useless information.

Other continuing education programs want you to spend years memorizing boring facts. Four years later, you're finally done and then you have to find a job. Real Estate Express course require only about 4 weeks of education. You get your real estate license certificate and you go to work.

A low cost - tuition is generally less than $300

At a public two-year institution, tuition prices range from 1,429 - $7,320. At a public four-year institution, tuition prices range from $4,646 - $14,712.* When you're considering a real estate continuing education program, you don't want cost to get in the way of getting your certificate.

Real Estate Express' tuition is generally less than $300.

A great high-paying job - you're practically guaranteed to get a job where you can earn $50,000 in the first year

The average American makes $27,519 per year.** Compare this against how much the average real estate agent makes per year, $45,000***. When you add it all up, there is no career path that allows you to train so rapidly, and start the income rolling in so quickly, as that of a real estate professional.

No other continuing education courses offer you the potential for making $50,000 your first year. With hard work you could double that within 2-3 years

School Name
Career Certificate
Avg. Time to Finish
Average Cost
24/7 Training?
24/7 Instructor?
Learn at Own Pace?

Potential Earnings
THIS Year?

American School of Real Estate Express Real Estate Salesperson Less Than 4 Weeks <$ 300 YES YES YES $50,000 or more average
Penn-Foster Career ParaLegal 1 Year or more >$ 850 Some YES Some
Strayer Colleges Contract Mgmt 18 months >$ 9000 Some NO YES
Kaplan University Legal Secretary > 1 Year >$12,000 YES YES YES
Walden University B.S. Degree 3 Years >$12,800 NO NO NO
Devry Accounting Certificate 2 Years >$13,000 YES NO YES
Corinthian Colleges Medical Billing Cert. 2 Years >$14,000 YES NO YES
U of Phoenix Associate of Arts 2 Years >$22,000 YES NO YES
ITT Technical Institute A.A.S. 2 Years >$26,000 YES NO YES
Career Education A.A.B.A. 2 Years >$27,000 YES NO YES
Capella University B.A. Business 4 Years >$58,000 YES NO YES

Practical education and fieldwork

Real Estate Express' continuing education programs are built to help you achieve more when you leave the classroom. Other continuing education programs give you plenty of information but the chances of you actually using that information in the field are slim.

Our practical education curriculum typically includes:

  • Real estate license courses for real estate agents, brokers, and appraisers
  • Real estate ethics
  • Property management
  • Risky business
  • Short sales and foreclosures
  • Environmental issues
  • Fair housing
  • Residential finance

Good to know - real estate continuing education

Every state has different standards when it comes to real estate continuing education courses. Some states require you to complete a certain number of hours during the first license renewal.

Other states count courses completed as a part of the post-licensing program toward continuing education credits.

Here's what you can expect to encounter when it comes to the completion of continuing education courses:

  • A minimum number of course hours to be completed and these hours will need to be completed within a set number of years (example: 18 hours in 4 years)
  • First renewal continuing education courses typically follow a rigid set of guidelines
  • Second and subsequent continuing education courses often offer flexibility in course selection as long as the hours are met
  • Continuing education courses may be broken down according to role as real estate agent or broker
  • Penalty fees may be assessed if a license is not renewed within the required time





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