Getting Your Real Estate license is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Click on Salesperson link below and register for the class
2. Complete the 60 hr Salesperson Course and Pass Exam
3. Sign up with a local Broker and get started making money!
Learning to Invest in Real Estate is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
1. Click on link below to learn about our 2020 Live-Stream Investment Series
2. Register for the seminars that interest you
3. Learn investing tips from the pros in interactive live sessions
Broker Mandatory Courses
15 HR Broker Mandatory – P&P
Upcoming Cohort: Late Spring 2021
15 HR Broker Mandatory – Legal Compliance
Upcoming Cohort: Late Spring 2021
Broker Elective Appraisal Course
30 HR Broker Appraisal Course
Upcoming Cohort: April/May 2021
See What Our Students Are Saying
With a flexible class schedule and a two locations. this is a great place to take a class. The class is held in nice conference room in a nice professional building with a great cafe. You'll like that cafe when its break time. The instructors are knowledgeable, rich in experience, approachable, and flexible with their time.2/04/2019
if you’re looking to get your real estate sales person, brokers license, or just continuing ed - you can’t go wrong ! The classes were taught in a way where you’re actively involved the entire time, and there was never a dull moment. Not once do you look at the clock waiting to leave, we often even stayed trading stories after class about real life situations. I can’t say enough positive things about Karena and her team, Not to mention, the alumni are some of best agents/brokers in the area and you’ll have a vast support network at your fingertips! just book with REU and get your license already!5/27/2018
My experience with this company was a nightmare. I bought the NYS salesperson course in February, completed it by mid April, and tried to take the final exam, but thats when the trouble started... After 3 phone calls of being told that I "had the wrong school" I finally got through to someone who realized I did in fact take this course. The confusion was that Real Estate University was not planning to offer the NY course this year. Several days after this realization occurred, I was transferred over to OnCourse Learning (the company that Real Estate University licenses the course from), with almost zero information. The final exam must be proctored, as per NYS requirements. The list of approved proctors are almost all libraries which are closed due to the pandemic. It took a week or more to find a branch of Sylvan Learning that would proctor the test remotely and for me to convince Oncourse Learning to allow a proctor not on the list (although Sylvan learning is mentioned in their proctor info email). The trouble persisted right up to the end because no one informed me that my log in info would change with the change of companies (the UI looks nearly identical), so the proctor code didnt work on the RE University page which I had been using all along. However, i did finally pass the final exam and have rid myself of this nightmare. By the way, all of this was during the stress of being a graduate student at the end of semester, during a once in a century pandemic.Perhaps even more troubling is that Real Estate U offers online proctoring through a service called ProctorU for only $15 compared to the $75 that I paid Sylvan. If Real Estate University and Oncourse Learning are too ignorant or incompetent to innovate like their competitors, then let them perish by not supporting them. I dislike the cheesy graphics and gimics of real estate U, but I actually bought their course too ($100, 80% refundable) because I had zero faith that these other two companies would budge. This was mostly to hedge against the possibility of having to wait until phase 4 when libraries reopen to take this course final. I get that the pandemic is impacting everyone and every business now, but when you run an online education platform, it should be easy to adapt to the changes, but Real Estate University did not do that. As for the actual content, it was decent, but totally overwhelmed by the amount of time, effort and stress put into dealing with customer service. Again, DO NOT support this company, particularly if you are in New York.5/26/2020
I was a little hesitant in taking this course though R.E.U. rather than N.C.C. (a more widely recognized educational institution with an established reputation). However, I am glad I did. The instructors were excellent, great credentials and a life time of real estate stories to share. They often stayed back late after class to assist with questions or explain some of the material that some students were having difficulty with, or answering more general questions about the industry. The offices were modern , bright and clean and the locations convenient (at least for me). Scheduling was terrific too as I could make up classes between the different locations and on different days so I did not have to wait for 5 weeks to roll around again before I could take it again. The price was comparable to other schools. So in all I thought I got great value and had a wonderful experience with Karena and her faculty. Thank you !!Special shout out to Chuck, Kim Marie and Terri.3/06/2020
I enjoyed the class taught by Kim Marie Mullen. She made it fun and interesting. I highly recommend REU! They really try to help you successfully pass the test. They gave you many opportunities to ask questions, retake classes and websites to study from. Jill, the gal behind the scenes, was so friendly and upbeat. Her communication was fantastic.Thanks again for helping me launch my new career! Fondly,Amy van Arsdale ClearedSpaces.com7/15/2020