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Take the Course

Before you can take the Arkansas Real Estate Exam, you must first complete a 60-hour pre-license course*. Our exam prep course is designed and tested to make sure you’re ready for not only the exam, but also your new career after you pass.

This course offers a detailed overview of the principles of real estate. We cover the vocabulary, terminology, ideology and basic mathematical skill set required to pass the Arkansas real estate exam. We’ll also prepare you to handle contracts, insurance, appraising and other relevant Arkansas Law.

*All of our courses are approved by the Arkansas Real Estate Commission (AREC)

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Pass the Exam

Once you’ve completed the required education, we’ve got you covered. We’ll send all the proper forms, along with your completed fingerprint card, so that you can simply sign up and take your exam.

Once you’ve passed, you’re done! You will be an official Arkansas Real Estate Agent, with all the tools and knowledge necessary to start a successful career.

All agents are required to participate in a certain amount of Continuing Education, starting with an 18-hour Post License Course. Learn more about the required Continuing Education to maintain a real estate license in Arkansas.

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Benefits of Being a Real Estate Agent

A career in real estate is almost always both challenging and rewarding. Real estate professionals need to be able to practice critical thinking, time management, and stay motivated. Like any career, you’ll benefit more if you put more effort into it – and there are many benefits.

Be your own boss. You choose what to do, and when to do it. As an agent, you’re in control of your own decisions. You still need to set boundaries, but they’ll be your own.

Set your own schedule. Too many people are stuck working the same hours, every day, for weeks on end. Agents have the flexibility to changes things up a bit. Start a little early, or a little late. Take two hours for lunch, or take 30 minutes. Keep in mind that showing homes often involves working evenings and weekends, but even then you have a say in the scheduling.

Control your career. Tired of waiting for that promotion? Real estate agents usually work on commission, and this means that your income directly reflects your productivity. It’s up to you to give yourself a raise. This goes both ways though – if you don’t keep your foot on the gas, you can also get a pay cut. Again, it’s up to you.

Meet new people. For most people, buying or selling a home is of the larger challenges they’ll face. You’ll meet unique people from all walks of life, each one with a specific set of goals. Helping them get where they’re going is an incredibly rewarding feeling.

A career in real estate is almost always both challenging and rewarding. Real estate professionals need to be able to practice critical thinking, time management, and stay motivated. Like any career, you’ll benefit more if you put more effort into it – and there are many benefits.

Be your own boss. You choose what to do, and when to do it. As an agent, you’re in control of your own decisions. You still need to set boundaries, but they’ll be your own.

Set your own schedule. Too many people are stuck working the same hours, every day, for weeks on end. Agents have the flexibility to changes things up a bit. Start a little early, or a little late. Take two hours for lunch, or take 30 minutes. Keep in mind that showing homes often involves working evenings and weekends, but even then you have a say in the scheduling.

Control your career. Tired of waiting for that promotion? Real estate agents usually work on commission, and this means that your income directly reflects your productivity. It’s up to you to give yourself a raise. This goes both ways though – if you don’t keep your foot on the gas, you can also get a pay cut. Again, it’s up to you.

Meet new people. For most people, buying or selling a home is of the larger challenges they’ll face. You’ll meet unique people from all walks of life, each one with a specific set of goals. Helping them get where they’re going is an incredibly rewarding feeling.

Upcoming 60 Hour PRE-License Courses

60 HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE

October 1-11, 2018

(Monday – Thursday)

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60 HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE

October 6-21, 2018

(Weekends)

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60 HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE

October 29 – November 8, 2018

(Monday – Thursday)

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60 HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE

November 3 – 18, 2018

(Weekends)

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