So Cal girl here looking to start working on her real estate license. Wanting to use an online resource for my studying/test prep. Would appreciate company suggestions for those that have gone this route. Thanks!
Try a Google search for "allied schools" They have an online program this is good and reputation for training real estate agents. I use to live in the Southern CA area of Ontario, CA. was practicing real estate in Corona, CA. I think you will do well. Hemet/San Jacinto and other surrounding areas will not only present themselves as listing and selling opportunities, it's an area where you can achieve positive cash flow as a real estate investor.
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I used allied and it worked for me. It was super cheap. I did the basic package and I think it came out to $300 something. Make sure to ask for discounts though. I think they gave me a referral discount that was around $100 off the list price.
Thank you both. I was looking at that program. I will follow up with them.
@Christine Lovett I used Duane Gomer. Cheaper than allied with great support. I passed the exam fairly easily on the first try. At least price it against allied. Good luck!
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I used firsttuesday.us only $179.00 online and texts book
I used real estate express. Worked good enough I guess. Best thing about them was I knocked out the course in about 1/4 the time it was supposed to take. I wasn't exactly starting from scratch, though.
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