I am relocating to Oregon in the summer and would like to began an online real estate school to prepare for my exams. I would much appreciate any reccomendations and feedback for currently available online schools. I've read that Proschools is not what it once was, is this true?
@Erik Barlowe I'm not sure what ProSchools used to be but it's what I used last year to study for my exam. I found it to be very thorough and easy to go at my own pace. Passed the exam handily the first time. Good luck!
Can't tell you about others but found OnlineEd to be a good one. We've got 10% off discounts there if you are interested. PM me and I'll dig up the code.
just finishing on Proschools and I have nothing to compare it to but I think it's awful. Lots of typos, questions in the quizzes on sections I haven't taken yet, etc. I wouldn't use them again.
I went through ProSchools, and it was great! I can give you a discount code that gives you $100 off too and have an extra set of books too!
Let m know!
I am looking to prepare for my exams as well. I was thinking about ProSchools. Does anyone else have any other recommendations? Thank you!
@Erik Barlowe OnlineEd is what I used
I went through ProSchools. If you speak with a brokerage before you start, most have a discount code. I can give you a contact for my office, I chose to go with Keller Williams because of the training they offer.
Online ed was not user friendly and difficult to follow. I have heard good reviews about pro school
I am going through PCC's classes currently. I give it an 8/10. The teacher is quite responsive and it seemed legit, unlike some of the other online schools out there.
Proschools is great! You can get a discount code from any brokerage for $100 off if you speak with them before enrolling. Good luck
Does anyone know if the pre-license classes "expire"?
In WA, if you finish your classes and don't proceed with the exam after a certain period of time, you will have to retake the classes again.