Real Estate Education for Professionals
- Real Estate and transactions are growing more and more complex in today’s market
- Veteran agents tend to rely on their experience to be able to handle this complex environment
- However, some successful agents have ensured their ongoing real estate career success by completing all their real estate education through Real Estate Success Academy (RESA)!
Yes, it does make a difference where you receive your career-related education. Whether you are considering entering the real estate industry, a newly licensed provisional broker, or a seasoned agent, RESA has a fast-paced, interactive class to advance your career and satisfy your ongoing compliance.
Taught by Deborah Carpenter, DREI, RESA offers Prelicense, Postlicense and CE courses. With almost 30 years of real estate teaching experience, Deb is never complacent with her curriculum or delivery methods. “I want my students to understand HOW to apply the material we are covering in class,” says Deb. “RESA’s application orientation, an interactive mix of humor with real world stories, and a fast-paced innovative classroom environment is our key to YOUR SUCCESS in today’s competitive real estate market!”
READY to be SUCCESSFUL?
Review our school overview and course offerings. It does make a difference who you choose as your real estate education provider! Kick-off you success journey today with RESA – The Real Estate Professionals’ Success Partner!
All students MUST complete their courses by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday, June 10, 2014 in order to receive credit.
In addition, please be aware that no CE courses may be purchased from June 11 through June 30, 2014.
If you have any questions concerning this mandate please visit the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s website: http://www.ncrec.state.nc.us/default.html
Thank you for your cooperation,
The REcampus Team
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