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Post-Licensing Education, Why New Agents Should Do It Now

June 26, 2017

Don’t wait until the last minute to complete your Post Licensing Education course! Now that you’ve passed the State exam, it’s time to continue your education and learn the tools of the trade to be a successful agent.


The 45-Hour Post Licensing course will teach you essential tools you'll use everyday in your real estate career. The course is broken into 5 sections:

Section 1: Laying the foundation for a successful career

Learn important laws that regulate your daily activity, and tools to organize your business. 


Section 2: Obtaining listings that sell 

We'll focus on building a strong portfolio of listings by teaching students how to prospect, appropriately price a property, build a listing presentation, and getting signed listing agreements. 


Section 3: Selling real property 

Learn to work with buyers from contact to close, including showing the property, and writing and presenting an offer. 


Section 4: Financing and closing real estate transactions 

Gain of a better understanding of obtaining financing and what happens at the closing table.


Section 5: Analyzing and managing investment property 

Learn about the economic principals and processes to analyzing real estate investments. 


We are now enrolling for our 1-Week Post Licensing course taught by Cynthia Givens. Classes start July 24th and the final exam is July 30th. The hours are Monday – Saturday 9-5 and Sunday 9-12. Enroll today,



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