Last Update: May 5, 2022
San Antonio Board of REALTORS®
Our real estate license courses will provide valuable knowledge and skills to help you achieve real estate success. GET STARTED. MAINTAIN YOUR LICENSE. Keep yourself up-to-date with the real estate industry’s laws and regulations. Our continuing education courses help you learn the latest changes and trends in real estate, and refresh the
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REALTOR® Academy Get Started
(3 days ago) Real Estate Finance (30 classroom hours) To get started, contact The Real Estate School at SABOR at 210-593-1200 or Step Two: File an Application with TREC to Become a Sales Agent. Submit an application and fee to the Texas Real Estate Commission to become a Sales Agent.
About the School
(8 days ago) The official real estate school of SABOR is one of the oldest and most sought-after real estate schools in the state. The REALTOR® Academy at SABOR offers a wide selection of courses for every stage of your career including: Our traditional classroom setting allows you to interact with other students and learn concepts through a hands-on approach.
Become a REALTOR®
(8 days ago) The terms “real estate agent” and “REALTOR®” are often used interchangeably, but they are actually different. While real estate agents and REALTORS® are both licensed to sell real estate, a REALTOR® is a trademarked term that refers to a real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).
REALTOR® Academy Course Policies
(5 days ago) All courses are certiﬁed by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) for a real estate salesperson or broker’s license. Note: Students must submit their own certiﬁcates for qualifying and Sales Agent Apprentice Education (SAE) completions. 2. Tuition and Fees: Tuition for qualifying and SAE courses is a ﬂat rate of $160, per course.
REALTOR® Academy REALTOR® Academy COVID-19 Response …
(Just Now) COVID-19 Response and Student Information. The REALTOR® Academy is currently offering a full schedule of courses offered via Live Online format. All regularly scheduled pre-license, continuing education and certification courses are available through technology so you can participate from the comfort of your home.
REALTOR® Academy Resources
(1 days ago) REAL ESTATE BROKER. A real estate broker is a licensed agent who manages an office or is a sole proprietor. He/she may sponsor and supervise licensees in one or more office. Additional education and experience are required for broker licensure. COMMERCIAL REALTOR ® A commercial REALTOR ® is a licensed real estate agent and member of the
Real Estate License
(1 days ago) Step One: File an Application with TREC to Become a Sales Agent. Submit an application and fee to the Texas Real Estate Commission to become a Sales Agent. This may be done online, through email or by U.S. mail. As part of the process, you will submit your education pass letters/certificates to TREC at Estimated Time to Complete …
(Just Now) Real Estate Finance (30 classroom hours) Estimated time to complete the courses listed above is 6 weeks. Please select a date for the courses below: Law of Agency. Law of Contracts. Principles of Real Estate 1. Principles of Real Estate 2. Real Estate Finance. Real Estate Finance
Maintaining Your License
(6 days ago) Requirements: Your real estate license must be renewed every two years if you are a real estate sales agent or broker. Certain continuing education courses are required as part of the renewal process and others are electives at the agent’s discretion. Those renewing for the first time, whether the license is active or inactive, are required
Meet the Faculty
(8 days ago) Cher Miculka began her real estate career in 1986 and has worked in several aspects of the industry including REALTOR®, broker, property adjuster, loan officer and home-building operations manager. She has a degree in Business Management from Texas State University where she graduated summa cum laude and she was the recipient of SABOR’s 2017
REALTOR® Academy Short Sales and Foreclosures (SFR®)
(1 days ago) Description: For many real estate professionals, short sales and foreclosures are the new “traditional” real estate transaction. Knowing how to help sellers maneuver the complexities of short sales, as well as help buyers, pursue short sale and foreclosure opportunities are not merely good skills to have in today’s market-they are critical.
Real Estate Investment
(5 days ago) Real Estate Investment. Course# 935 Provider# 4516 Credit: 30 hours SAE Description: This specialized course teaches the purpose and function of real estate as an investment.Real estate investment characteristics; residential, land, and commercial investments; ownership interests in real property; techniques of investment analysis; and applications to …