A Wide Array of Comprehensive Real Estate Courses
Established in 2005, Memphis Real Estate School offers all the required courses that will help you become a licensed real estate agent. Our small class sizes mean that each of our trainers can customize instruction to move slower or faster for your needs. You’ll be pleased to know that our courses can be taken in person as well as online. Your choice as both methods are approved by the Tennessee Real Estate Commission. Take your first steps toward a career in real estate today.
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(We offer National and State courses through our partner the CeShop)
Interactive 60-hour Principles, 30-hour New Affiliate. and continuing education courses for license renewal. The course is at your own pace with six-month access. No textbook is required.
Exam Prep Options for License Exams
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Study all categories before taking the Real Estate Exam. If you did not pass, this program can offer much-needed guidance that can improve your score.
If you need a refresher, select an instructor led course for a presentation only (audit) of a current course.
These courses are designed for licensees to qualify for license renewal every two years. 16-hours of continuing education credit is required for each licensing period. The requirements are 6 hours for the TN Core course and 10 or more hours of any of the approved courses. Licensee must provide a License ID# in profile for credit. Each completion is electronically submitted to TREC within ten days.
Mandatory Renewal Requirements
All you need is a Computer and Internet Connection:
Interactive Continuing Education Courses
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Broker Management Course
This is a 30-hour course for licensed real estate agents who are seeking to obtain a broker’s license in Tennessee. Please note that this course cannot be used for continuing education.
Broker Management will help you understand how to set up a real estate brokerage firm. It will also provide insights about your needs, the search for local ordinances, staffing, working with agents, handling funds, financial concerns, business entities, and applying for a firm license.
A certificate of completion must be presented to the Tennessee Real Estate Commission before a licensee is eligible to take the broker exam. Please see the PSI bulletin for exam application on the TREC website or at www.psiexams.com for more information.
NOTE: This course does not prepare you for the broker exam. Each licensee should study same as a new agent to prepare for the exam.