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Kaplan School of Real Estate
The Kaplan School of Real Estate is well known as one of the best schools in preparing people for a career in realty. Through a carefully-balanced mixture of curriculum that covers several aspects of the markets, students can expect to be skilled in several areas of the market, including:
- Real Estate Principles and Practices
- Law of Agency
- Law of Contract
- Commercial Sales
- Investment Methodology
- Many more!
Kaplan also offers a wide variety of course options to accommodate the leisurely student and busy go-getter alike. If you have ever wanted to break into the market, Kaplan has precisely the tools you will need to succeed!
What can I expect from the Coursework?
Kaplan focuses on teaching you core concepts that will give you a cursory overview of the real estate market, as well as an in-depth exposure to subtle aspects such as contract law and agency regulations. In order to help solidify the concepts taught in the Agent Licensing courses, Kaplan uses a combination of instructor-led review and self-paced study to prepare you for the online quizzes and exams.
How long will it take to attain my license?
The educational requirements for Texas Real Estate Salespersons changed on September 1, 2012. Applicants that apply for a salesperson license on or after September 1, 2012 are required to complete 180 credit hours (12 semester hours) of core education consisting of:
- – 60 credit hours (4 semester hours) in Real Estate Principles
- – 30 credit hours (2 semester hours) in Agency Law
- – 30 credit hours (2 semester hours) in Contract Law
- – 30 credit hours (2 semester hours) in Promulgated Contract Forms and
- – 30 credit hours (2 semester hours) in Real Estate Finance
What do I do if I’m too busy to attend classes?
No worries! Kaplan has designed its coursework with busy people in mind. There are several course options that are you can choose from designed specifically for a flexible, self-paced schedule. However, you will need to make time to take the Texas Real Estate Exam itself.
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