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First Coast School of Real Estate!


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We provide our students with the tools they need.
Our training facilities are where students get a fun, interactive learning experience. Our classes are not taught by just anyone; our instructors have successful real estate careers, in addition to teaching. Our students receive Florida Real Estate books
and additional study materials. we know what it takes to enhance our students’ education. Our unique approach to learning and top quality faculty makes First Coast School of Real Estate more than just a real estate school. It’s a life experience. Find out what sets us apart by enrolling in one of our courses.

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Fannie Mae Expects Housing to Boost the Economy

A 2020 slowdown is less likely, according to Freddie Mac’s latest report. It expects housing to support the larger economy and “solid, if not spectacular, growth.” Fannie Mae says that housing added to third-quarter growth for the first time in more than a year and a half, and the ESR Group expects it to continue into the fourth quarter and first half of 2020.

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Florida Housing Market Trends for 2020

by Heba Baker September 8, 2019

2020 may still be a couple of months away, but every real estate investor knows the importance of following market trends. We’re going to take a look at some of the current real estate market trends and see what Florida housing market predictions they reveal for next year.

Ready to complete your Broker Pre-License course? Our next one starts October 28th!

If you're a real estate agent who wants to expand their skills by becoming a real estate broker, we invite you to join us for our next Pre-License course. Classes start on October 28th and end on December 2nd, sessions are held on Monday,  Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 4:30-9:30pm. Register today to save your seat! 

Jacksonville is one of the hottest real estate markets to watch, according to

"Situated on the banks of the St. Johns River and oft-considered part of southern Georgia given its proximity to its northern neighbor, Jacksonville, FL, has quite a bit going for it. Why is it so appealing?"

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