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Broker Course

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Broker Course





2+ Years Licensed RE Agent

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As a Real Estate Broker, you can be your own independent business owner, complete with flexibility, employees, and unlimited growth potential. You can perform the duties of a Real Estate Agent representing buyers/sellers in a property transaction, or you can simply manage the Agents who work under your sponsorship.

Owning a Broker’s License assures your client that you have attained a degree of experience and education beyond that of a beginning Salesperson.

A Real Estate Broker differs from Agents, primarily because having a Broker’s license allows them to operate their own real estate business. Brokers perform many of the same duties as Real Estate Agents with respect to helping clients buy, sell or rent residential, commercial or industrial properties. In addition, Brokers can value properties, manage and supervise Real Estate Agents, negotiate commercial loans, manage property, have direct access to the Multiple Listings Service (MLS), and even become a Real Estate Instructor. Brokers make their money by taking charging a commission on the final sales or rental price of the property, and/or sharing a portion of the commissions earned by Salespeople who work under their sponsorship and with other Brokers.


Check out the pricing for our popular real estate course packages below:

Starter Package


Summit Package


Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

Due to the increased level of responsibility and a higher degree of liability, a licensed Broker requires more education and qualifying real estate experience. Specifically, you must:


*The 75-HR salesperson course is split into 20 sessions with an average session duration of about 3.75 hours*

This chapter explains the categories of licensure and the duties of each. The chapter reviews the licensure process and important laws and regulations.

Session Length: 3 hours

This chapter covers the creation of agency, types of agencies, obligations of a licensee as agent, and disclosure requirements.

Session length: 6 hours

Estates and Interests

Liens and Easements

Session Length: 5.5 hours


Title Closing and Costs

Session Length: 4.5 hours

This chapter describes leasehold (rental) estates, the parties to a lease agreement, elements of a valid lease, and the rights of the parties to the lease agreements.

Leases, Contracts, Contract Preparation.

Session Length: 4 hours

To help buyers choose the best financing method, a real estate agent must understand financing options. Knowledge of mortgages, down payments, and structuring the best deal is essential.

Session Length: 5 hours

This chapter discusses the mortgage broker registration, mortgage loan originator license, mortgage loan servicer registration, and mortgage banker license.

Session Length: 1 hour

Real estate licensees need an understanding of basic math. Some people have difficulty with math. The practice exercises in this chapter along with future experiences will help you gain confidence in your  math skills.

Session Length: 1 hour

This chapter covers public and private control of land including deed restrictions, federal and estate laws, and zoning ordinances.

Session Length: 3 hours

This chapter covers basic information about public agencies within municipal and county governments. Real estate licensees should know how to direct buyers or sellers to certain agencies for permits, reviews, or other services.

Session Length: 2 hours

A salesperson’s knowledge of construction and building systems can make or break a sale. Knowledge of certain potential enables a salesperson to assist buyers make informed choices.

Session Length: 5 hours


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Yes, you are required to complete at least 22.5 hours of certified real estate continuing education courses within your two year license term.

Each continuing education class is between 3.75 hours to 7.5 hours approximately.

You must complete all 22.5 hours of continuing education before your license expires.

You can only be exempt in one of two ways. First, if you are a licensed real estate broker who is engaged full time in the real estate business and who has been licensed prior to July 1, 2008 for at least 15 consecutive years immediately preceding renewal. Second, if you are an attorney admitted to the New York State Bar who holds a real estate broker’s license as well.

After July 1, 2008, the 22.5 required hours must include at least 3 towards Fair Housing and Law of Agency.

Yes we offer online as well as in person classes. Sign up today and get started immediately.