Hybrid 4-week Real Estate Broker Class
The 4-Week Hybrid Real Estate Broker Class is designed to meet the 75-hour pre-licensing requirement (60 hour Pre-licensing topics and 15 hour Broker applied real estate principals) for students seeking broker licensure in the state of Illinois. Classes will be three days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) 10:00am to 4:00pm. The online class is the perfect way for you to successfully complete your courses without missing a beat. Whether it’s in-person or by Zoom, this flexible option will allow students who prefer an active learning experience flexibility they otherwise wouldn’t be able to get with traditional methods of instruction!
Hybrid 4-week Real Estate Broker Class Features.
Live teacher, teaching in real time.
Choose between Live and Virtual Classes learn from the comfort of your home or our school.60 hour Pre-licensing topics.
15 hour Broker applied real estate principals.
Classes will take place once a day 10:00am to 4:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, In-person or zoom meetings.
You will get lifetime access to our Google Classroom for Quizzes and review materials.
We will also discuss how to proceed after this course is over and how to get setup with PSI so you can take the State administered Exam and finish your path to be a Licensed Broker.
The Class comes with a physical copy of the 10th edition of the modern real estate practice book.
Modern Real Estate Practice in Illinois 10th Edition Features.
Learn what you need to know for the Illinois real estate exam.
Understand principles of real property law, interests, and forms of ownership.
Discover important details about contract agreements, financing, and appraisal.
Access to Dearborn Q-bank for Exam prep.
Illinois requirements to become a real estate broker.
Becoming a realty broker is easier than you think. All that’s required to get started: Be at least 18 years old and hold either high school diploma or equivalent; complete 75 credits worth pre-approved courses through an accredited institution such as Chicago Real Estate Institute plus pass exam set forth by the IDFPR.