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Troop University – the best way to get your real estate license. Complete your online training at your own pace.
Our goal is to make sure you pass the state real estate exam on your first try! We have everything you need, from prelicense courses to test prep tools. The high quality of our materials takes the guesswork out of studying for the exam, and our excellent service means that we’re only a phone call or email away!
- All 3 state-approved real estate licensing courses required to take the state exam.
- Our real estate courses are current and easy to understand in a power point slide presentation.
- Outstanding customer service.
Our online courses walk you through the material using colorful graphics, talking characters, and pop-up quizzes. Our online package also includes an online cram course with practice tests, real estate exam prep materials, including the Insider’s Guide to Passing the California Real Estate Exam e-book.
Our Real Estate Satellite Licensing School has provided excellent real estate education for real estate professionals since 1974.
- Real estate courses are offered in association with Rockwell Institute, the school of record. Rockwell Institute is the course sponsor and holds all course approvals.
As one of California’s most respected real estate schools, we’ll help you start your real estate career off on the right foot, with the best real estate training possible.
Our students graduate from our real estate school ready to become successful REALTORS® and Brokers.
Real Estate License Requirements
To get your license, you must:
- be at least 18 years old,
- successfully complete Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice, and an approved elective, and
- pass the state licensing exam.
Call Kristy Towry, Agent Resource Coordinator at (805) 433-9334 to learn more.
Titles for Real Estate Professionals
Content sourced from Realtor.com
If you’re entering the real estate market for the first time, you may find real estate professionals’ various titles a little confusing. Sometimes consumers use these titles interchangeably, but there are some important differences between the roles of the various professionals, as well as different requirements for using particular titles.
The real estate profession is regulated by state governments, which have different requirements for earning a license. In general, though, the titles you may come across include:
Real estate agent: Anyone who achieves a real estate license can be called a real estate agent, whether that license is as a sales professional, an associate broker or a broker. State requirements vary, but in all states, you must take a minimum number of classes and pass a test to achieve your license.
REALTOR®: A real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, which means that he or she must uphold the standards of the association and its code of ethics.
Real estate broker: A person who has taken education beyond the agent level as required by state laws and has passed a broker’s license exam. Brokers can work alone or they can hire agents to work for them.
Real estate salesperson: Another name for a real estate agent.
Real estate associate broker: Someone who has taken additional education classes and earned a broker’s license but chooses to work under the management of a broker.
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