Online Education


Just Released! Illinois Real Estate Broker Prelicensing v4.0 (with Online Proctored Exam)

This 60-hour, online course is the latest version of Illinois Real Estate Broker Prelicensing and is designed to meet Illinois prelicensing requirements. The course reflects the most recent legislative changes (including updates to the Real Estate License Act of 2000) and new practices in Illinois, and students will benefit from complete coverage of popular topics. Based on the industry’s most recognized publication, Modern Real Estate Practice, you will find this course not only prepares your students for the licensing exam, but it also lays a solid foundation for a career in real estate. Your students will learn the principles of real property law, interests, and forms of ownership. From taxes to property management to financing and appraisal, this comprehensive course covers it all.

Just Released! Complete North Carolina Real Estate Drill and Practice QBank v4.0

Give your students the practice they need to pass the North Carolina and national portions of the PSI Real Estate exam. Your students have access to thousands of current and accurate questions designed to mimic the exam. They will pinpoint problem areas, create custom quizzes, and study the topics with which they need the most help. BONUS! It follows Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolina and the upcoming North Carolina 75-Hour Broker Prelicensing Course unit-by-unit, making this a convenient companion product for additional classroom or independent study with the prelicensing course.

The Top Challenges Real Estate Schools Are Anticipating in the Future

We received feedback from over 300 real estate educators on the challenges they anticipate will be of the greatest concern going forward. We’ve detailed their responses in this article.
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The Future of Online Real Estate Education

Technology continues to change the way we teach and learn real estate education. This article explores how real estate schools are adapting to online education today, and the role they see it playing in the future of real estate education.