Course Cost: $429. Includes all necessary texts and study guides.
Class Dates: February 11, 12, 18, & 19
Class Times: 8am – 6pm
Class Venue: Online via Zoom OR In-Person - please let us know which option you prefer.
In-Person Venue: 500 Cummings Center Suite 1450 Beverly, MA 01915
Our instructors are practicing real estate brokers, with over 30 years of experience.
Interactive learning experience – ask questions & have valuable discussions with the instructor and other students
E-Books & multiple practice exams are included in the cost of the course
Enjoy learning comfortably and remotely
Equipment Required: devices with internet connection, video & audio capabilities. (smart phones, iphone, ipad, laptop, desktop, etc.)
FREE – unlimited refresher classes before you take your exam for up to 2 years
Completing this 40 hour state required pre-licensing course, qualifies you to sit for the State of Massachusetts Real Estate License examination. The course fee includes textbooks and multiple practice exams. Some of the topics you’ll learn: Property Ownership, Land Use Controls & Regulations, Valuation & Market Analysis, Financing, Principles of Agency, Property Condition / Disclosures, Contract Law, Transfer of Title, Fair Housing, Antitrust, Consumer Protection Laws, Real Estate Calculations, etc.
The National Real Estate Academy prides itself on delivering a unique learning experience. You will learn how to prepare for the exam through group discussions, break-out sessions, practice tests, and fun games. Students' educational experiences are further enhanced with guest lectures from mortgage & legal experts from time to time. Classes are taught by real estate professionals who bring their real-world experiences to the classroom. Students learn much more than what is on the test. They learn how to survive in the industry and have thriving real estate careers.
*Students must attend all dates & times outlined above to receive their Certificate and qualify to sit for the state examination. If you can’t make all of the scheduled dates, students can make up missed classes.
Online class attendees are required to have their cameras turned on themselves and be actively engaged for the entirety of the course. Audio must also be available for class discussions. The NREA reserves the right to cause attendees to be removed temporarily or permanently from class(es) should the instructor(s) deem at their sole discretion, an attendee to be disruptive, noncompliant, or disrespectful to others.
State Requirements: in order to qualify for the examination, the student must complete the 40-hour pre-licensing course from an approved real estate school, be at least 18 years of age, pass a CORI background check, and submit a properly complete application for examination. Applicants cannot be on probation or parole at the time of application. The Board of Registration for Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons reserves the right to question any past felony or criminal charges and determine the candidates' eligibility or ineligibility for examination. All state income taxes must be filed and paid. If an applicant has entered into a payback agreement for state income taxes owed, this is acceptable.
*Note: when you purchase a ticket to this event, it includes all of the course dates in the event confirmation. All payments are non-refundable.
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