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Self-paced online learning gives you the ability to complete courses on your own time, at your own pace. Livestream learning is instructor-led in real-time via Zoom.

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Arizona School of Real Estate & Business courses are designed and taught by experts in the industry. Our instructors are active in their fields and use real world examples to help students grasp course concepts.

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We’re here for you every step of the way along your education journey! Our Student Support Team is ready to assist you when you need it.

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Set For Success Package

$859 $601

Format:

  • Choose between Virtual Classroom via Livestream or Self-Pace Online for your education. Get access to both as a study-aid!

Includes:

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    • 90 hour pre-licensing course
    • Intro to Contract Writing Course
    • In-Class Exam Prep Crammer™ Course
    • 30 Day Refund Policy
    • Unlimited Virtual Q & A Sessions
    • Employment Networking Opportunities
    • Real Estate Pre-Licensing Textbook

  • CompuCram Online Exam Prep
  • Digital Flashcards
  • Online Simulated Exams
  • Unlimited Practice Exams
  • 18 Hour CE package
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Career Start Package

$779 $545

Format:

  • Virtual Classroom via Livestream OR Self-Pace Online

Includes:

    • 90 hour pre-licensing course
    • Intro to Contract Writing Course
    • In-Class Exam Prep Crammer™ Course
    • 30 Day Refund Policy
    • Unlimited Virtual Q & A Sessions
    • Employment Networking Opportunities
    • Real Estate Pre-Licensing Textbook

  • CompuCram Online Exam Prep
  • Digital Flashcards
  • Online Simulated Exams
  • Unlimited Practice Exams
$280 Off With Code: ARIZONA25

Basic Package

$699 $489

Format:

  • Virtual Classroom via Livestream OR Self-Pace Online

Includes:

    • 90 hour pre-licensing course
    • Intro to Contract Writing Course
    • In-Class Exam Prep Crammer™ Course
    • 30 Day Refund Policy
    • Unlimited Virtual Q & A Sessions
    • Employment Networking Opportunities
    • Real Estate Pre-Licensing Textbook

Looking for the course only? CLICK HERE to buy the 90 hour pre-licensing course

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While we do not accept traditional financial aid such as FAFSA, Pell Grants or VA funding, we do offer several methods of payment to help get you started in your new career. Speak to a Career Specialist to get more information at 1-800-659-8088.

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Real Estate Career Questions

How do I get my Arizona real estate license?

1. Complete Required Education – In-classroom OR online

2. Pass the School Exam

3. Schedule your License Exam

4. Get a Fingerprint Clearance Card

5. Complete the Real Estate Introduction to Contract Writing Course

6. Submit Your Application

See Full AZ License Requirements

How can I be sure a career in real estate is for me?
Real estate is, above all else, a customer service business. You will be involved in what will be one of the biggest purchases/sales in someone’s life. We would encourage you to sit down and review your career objectives and what you want to get from your career. Discuss those issues and goals with someone who knows first hand what the industry is like and then make your decision. See our Career Event section for more details.
Why become a real estate agent?
If you’ve ever considered a fresh start in a lucrative career, there has never been a better time to become a real estate agent. As a real estate agent, you have the opportunity to help people with one of the biggest decisions of their life – buying a home! In addition to helping people, here are a few of the many reasons why becoming a licensed real estate agent could be the right fit for you:

IT’S REWARDING

You have the fulfilling task of helping people with their home buying or selling experience.

REAL ESTATE IS HERE TO STAY

The economy ebbs and flows, but at the end of the day, there will always be customers in need of your services and support to buy and sell homes.

FLEXIBILITY

Make your own hours that work for you and your schedule.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

You’ll have the chance to meet new people and be social in your community on a daily basis.

BUSINESS GROWTH

Take your career to the next level by becoming a licensed real estate broker. Be your own boss and build a team of your own.

UNLIMITED EARNING POTENTIAL

The average salary for a real estate sales agent is $55,860*. Depending on your personal business goals, the sky’s the limit when it comes to your earning potential.

RELATED CAREER PATHS

House flipper, property manager as well as any company that expands and builds new office sites, or has a land acquisition department.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics (2018)

Do I need a broker to take the courses?
No. It is not necessary to have a broker for you to take our courses. When you apply for your license after passing both the school and state exams and wish to have an active license, you must hang your license with a broker so that you may practice real estate. Choosing a broker can be a great source of support and knowledge while you complete your course of study, but not necessary for attending classes.
How long is my education good?
Your education is good for 10 years. However, we recommend that you do not wait that long to put them to use.
Is working part-time in the real estate industry possible?
That is a question that is really best answered by your broker. The answer to that question may also vary depending on the company. So, if this is important to you, be sure to ask before you commit to a broker.

Class Offering Questions

What classroom scheduling options do you offer and how flexible is my schedule?
It is a priority for us to make scheduling convenient for you. We offer more scheduling options than any other school in Arizona. Our unique schedule allows you to complete the courses in as little as two weeks. We offer courses on weekdays, weekends and evenings. With many campuses to choose from, the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business offers you many options. A career specialist will work with you to ensure that you properly schedule your courses so you can attend every session.
What is the difference between online and Livestream learning?
Our online learning format is “self-paced,” meaning you can take courses on your own time, at your own pace. Livestream learning is instructor-led in real-time via Zoom.
Are there any similarities between online and Livestream learning?
Yes! Both online and Livestream learning feature our expert-developed course material that you can take from the comfort of your own home.
What are the benefits of the online learning format?
With our self-paced online learning format, you’ll go at your own speed through the courses. You’re not on a set schedule, so you can choose to take the courses anytime and anywhere with an internet connection. Our online course format features written material with recorded video of our experienced instructors mixed in to keep you engaged.
What are the benefits of Livestream learning?
Our Livestream courses are most similar to the classroom learning experience, as they are taught by an instructor via Zoom in real-time. It’s a great option for students who benefit from an interactive instructor experience. With Livestream learning, you’ll attend class virtually with other students at scheduled times, just like you would in the classroom!
How do I know which learning format works best for me?
When making the decision between online and Livestream learning, it’s important to think about your learning style and schedule. If you need the flexibility of learning when and where you want, our online option is the format for you – if you find that you learn better from an interactive instructor and have the time in your schedule to attend class, Livestream learning is for you.
Is there a lot of outside work in the classes?
We understand that if you are in class all day, studying in the evening after classes is not always possible. Our instructors do a great job at highlighting the most important information in class. However, reviewing, reading and studying after hours helps to better prepare you for passing the state exam the very first time. Keep in mind that the classes are spaced in such a manner that any assignments are easily managed.
What if I fail my exam?
You can take the school exam at no additional charge within 6 months of purchasing your course until you feel confident that you will pass that state exam. We are here to help you succeed and have many options to help you along your way to becoming a great real estate agent. Click here to view our exam prep products.
How long does it take to get my license?
We offer several flexible options where you can complete the program as quickly as 9 days or spread it out over 6 weeks. With online, daytime, afternoon, evening and weekend classes you are sure to find something that will work for you! Once you have completed your courses you will still need to complete your fingerprint clearance card, the school exam, state exam and the introduction to contract writing course before applying for your license. Click here to view our Course Guide.
How many classes can I take in one day?
The Arizona Department of Real Estate limits students to two sessions (10 hours) per day. For more information on Arizona laws and regulations, visit www.azre.gov.
How old must you be to get licensed in real estate in Arizona?
You must be 18 years of age at the time you apply for your real estate license. For more information on Arizona laws and regulations, please visit www.azre.gov.
Do I need a college degree to get licensed?
No, there is no education prerequisites to be licensed in real estate. Our students come from all different education levels and we design our curriculum so it connects with everyone. For more information on Arizona laws and regulations, please visit www.azre.gov.
If I am licensed in another state, do I have to take all the classes?

In 2019 Governor Doug Ducey signing HB 2569: “Occupational Licensing; Reciprocity” into law. This allows out of state licensees to waive their 90 hours of education requirement but other requirements must be met.

Individuals seeing licensure through Out-of-State License Recognition must:

  • Be an Arizona resident
  • Currently licensed in another state for at least one year
  • Have completed approved real estate education in the other state
  • Passed a real estate license examination in another state
  • An applicant has not had a license or certificate revoked or voluntarily surrendered in any other state or country.
  • An applicant has not had any discipline imposed by another regulating entity, and has no pending complaint, allegation, or investigation.

CLICK HERE to view more of the Arizona Department of Real Estate’s information on Out of State License Recognition.

If you interested in study material to pass the test CLICK HERE.

Post Enrollment Questions

Is there anything else you can offer me to study?
Yes, we offer a variety of different exam prep tools. Click here to view these products: https://www.asreb.com/programs/real-estate/exam-prep/.
What if I have a question about a unit, who do I contact?
Please email askaninstructor@asreb.com we will return your question as soon as we can.
I have not been in school for years. Am I going to be able to handle this?
Of course you are! Everyone in that room has the same feelings as you do…you are not alone! Our instructors do a great job at making the material easy to understand. In addition, our schedule makes it easy for you to fit the courses into your busy life. We understand that you have a lot of things happening in your life and we make it easy for you to accomplish your career goals at a pace that is comfortable for you.
What if I miss a class?
Just sign in to your online student account, the Units you have missed will appear under status as “Absent”. Under the “Date/Time*” header you are able to use the drop down menu to choose a new date and time when you are able to make up that Unit. Your name will appear on the attendance sheet so be sure to sign in and out.

How to Get Your Real Estate Salesperson License in Arizona

Arizona State Required Salesperson Pre-Licensing Hours: 90 hours + 6 hours of Introduction To Contract Writing

ASREB Arizona Course Hours Offered: 96 hours

Step 1: Meet the general Arizona real estate license requirements as outlined on the Arizona Department of Real Estate Website.

  • Be at least 18 years of age when applying for a license.
  • The Department CANNOT issue a license to a person convicted of a felony who is incarcerated, paroled or under community supervision or on probation. The Department may not issue a license to a person who has been convicted of a felony, or convicted of a misdemeanor offense, such as (but not limited to) theft, forgery, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, violence against another person, or crimes of moral turpitude.

Step 2: Complete the approved 90 hours of pre-licensing education.

Step 3: Pass the school exam.

Step 4: Get a Fingerprint Clearance Card.

Step 5: Schedule your State License Exam and pass with a 75%.

Step 6: Complete the 6-hour Introduction to Contract Writing Course.

Step 7: Submit your Application.

To see full licensing requirements CLICK HERE.

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