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After you get a real estate license, you must maintain your active license by taking Continuing Education, also known as CE. In this guide, we break down the real estate continuing education requirements needed to keep an active license as listed by each state’s Real Estate Commission.
The Nebraska REALTORS® Association GRI program announces a new online course - GRI 105: Real Estate Investment and Management.
The real estate industry is abundant with job opportunities that are a perfect match for almost anyone interested in following a new career path. A real estate agent and a real estate broker are the two most sought-after careers within the industry. And for good reason! Both careers as an agent and a broker have great potential for growth and have a competitive average salary.
Now is a better time than ever to sell as market prices are high for sellers and there are plenty of buyers who are looking for a new home. There is a low amount of inventory available, meaning homes are selling quicker and buyers are ready to choose before a home is sold. You can make your home sell even faster by taking the necessary steps to ensure that your house is market-ready.
Have you ever wondered how long does real estate school take or how long does it take to get a real estate license? On average, it takes anywhere from 2-5 months to get a real estate license depending on your state's licensing requirements and whether you choose online real estate courses or traditional classroom courses.
In order to buy and sell real estate, there must be in place a method whereby the property being sold can be accurately identified. There are three (3) major types of legal land descriptions used throughout the United States.
In this post, you will find all the information you need to know about the Colorado Real Estate License Exam including testing locations, what to expect on the exam, and school pass rates from the top online schools.
The terms “real estate agent” and “real estate broker” are often used interchangeably. It is easy to confuse the two terms when both an agent and a broker are licensed to sell property. The basis of both roles is the same. However, an agent and a broker in the real estate industry hold two completely different jobs.
There are things at home that almost always require repairs or replacing, and they are often put off until later. However, when you are planning to sell a home, you can’t shirk off these repairs on the new buyer without facing potential legal consequences (should you fail to disclose the problems) or heavy deductions from your sale price. In the end, it’s cheaper and more ethical to have these problems addressed before you attempt to sell your home. Here are some of the basics to keep an eye out for in regard to your home plumbing system.