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Briyanna Shrewsbury
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utah real estate license

Posted Jul 27 2022, 13:35

okay I really need some guidance on how to get my real estate license because google is giving me several different answers can someone please help me ?

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Jack Mawer
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Jack Mawer
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Replied Jul 27 2022, 13:54

Briyanna, have you looked into Champions or Acable Agent? These are two of the most recommended options. I have used both for courses and exam prep and they truly provide you with knowledge needed to pass the test. 

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Carl Davis
  • Real Estate Agent
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Carl Davis
  • Real Estate Agent
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Replied Jul 27 2022, 13:57

I used stringham. It's a pretty well known school. I did it online and it was easy and simple. You can message me if you have any specific questions.

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Logan McKay Zylstra
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Logan McKay Zylstra
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Replied Jul 27 2022, 13:57

Just sent you a PM

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Masyn Grant Barney
  • Real Estate Agent
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Masyn Grant Barney
  • Real Estate Agent
  • Spanish Fork, UT
Replied Jul 28 2022, 07:30

I recommend Arti Academics. It is a free course, on your own time, and can be done one your phone. Definitely reach out if you have any questions. 

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Brad Johnson
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Brad Johnson
Replied Jul 29 2022, 08:33

I just looked into Arti Academics and it seems pretty legit.  The state recognizes it as a school to get your license from and it is in deed free.  I started taking the courses today.

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Sydney Todd
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Sydney Todd
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Replied Oct 26 2022, 19:14

I recommend Stringham, you can do online or in person classes. 

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Replied Nov 4 2022, 09:45
Quote from @Sydney Todd:

I recommend Stringham, you can do online or in person classes. 


A third vote for Stringham Schools - especially if you're in the SL valley and may want to go to some in-person classes. I signed up there to get my license over 15 years ago but got a job offer and didn't complete it. I'm considering going back to finish.

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Regan Sellers Coté
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Regan Sellers Coté
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Replied Dec 8 2022, 16:03

Make that four votes for Stringham Schools! 

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Jeremy Jareckyj
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Jeremy Jareckyj
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Replied Dec 8 2022, 18:44

Stringham rocks! Classes you can take at your own pace on your own schedule 

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Andy Jenkins
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Andy Jenkins
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  • Minneapolis MN & Salt Lake City, UT
Replied Dec 8 2022, 19:01

I went through Stringham Schools to get my UT license. Online and in person options. I thought they were good. I did 100% online with The CE Shop for my MN license. Nowhere near as good as Stringham. Good luck!

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Blake Bratcher
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Blake Bratcher
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Replied Dec 9 2022, 09:59
Quote from @Andy Jenkins:

I went through Stringham Schools to get my UT license. Online and in person options. I thought they were good. I did 100% online with The CE Shop for my MN license. Nowhere near as good as Stringham. Good luck!


 Second for Stringham! Not only were their online courses and webinars very detailed, they offered live in-person or virtual study sessions - these were imperative to me passing the math section. Their printed supplemental materials were also top notch. Highly recomment!