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Broker Basic Plus Pre-Licensing Package - $299 

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Designed for SALESPERONS who need the course requirements to be eligible to take the broker state exam and who also want some online preparation to pass the state exam.  You should have already completed three courses when you obtained your salesperson license.  Thus, this package includes the additional five required courses* to apply for your broker license.  You will need to know what you already completed to figure out what specific five courses you still need to fulfill the eight course requirement.  This package includes: 

  1. Five required courses

    • For each course you will receive a textbook, online exam, and certificate of completion.  Please note that the course of Real Estate Practice is provided only as an eBook. 

    • All courses allow self-paced studying that is NOT timed online!  Students are eligible to complete each course in a minimum of 18 days and maximum of one year (DRE Regulation).  Each course requires the student to pass an online 100 question multiple choice final exam with a score of 60% or higher.  All exams are open-book and have a time limit of three hours.  For additional information regarding course descriptions, structuring, etc., please click here.

  2. State Exam Preparation:

​*The eight required courses to be eligible to apply for a California Real Estate Broker License are California Real Estate Practice, Real Estate Finance, Economics, Appraisal, and Legal Aspects of Real Estate. Three courses are electives you can choose from: California Real Estate Principles, Property Management, Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending, Escrow, and Business Law.  Please note that if you are currently a Salesperson, courses that were completed previously will count towards the eight course requirement of obtaining your Broker's license.  Most Salesperson's have completed three courses, so you will only need five additional courses.  However, if you have some real estate courses or general business classes like Financial Accounting, Business Law, or Macro/Microeconomics completed in college, they may count towards certain course requirements as well.  



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