Our new online real estate program is now accepting students for both pre-qualifying and continuing education courses. We have experienced instructors to guide you through the process of gaining the required educational component you need to sit for the real estate examination and license renewal requirements.
All courses are refundable within five calendar days from date of purchase. After five calendar days, courses are non-refundable.
To purchase an extension for course access, please contact us at 903.886.5089.
How to Enroll
Select one of our three course packages to jumpstart your career in real estate. Our suite of features come with a full support system and intuitive user interface to ensure that you have everything you need for success.
Fulfill the course requirements to maintain your license and level up your career in the process. We offer a wider variety of resources so you can follow your interests wherever they lead.
Whatever your mortgage education needs, we have the resources to meet them. Start with Pre-Licensing or Exam Prep and advance your studies with Continuing Education courses.
Our real estate textbooks, written by industry experts, are specifically designed to help you advance your career. We have the textbooks and study materials you need to succeed.
Enrolled and ready to get started? Use our portal for access to all your courses.
CRIMINAL HISTORY EVALUATION
The 85th Texas Legislature passed House Bill 1508 effective September 1, 2017. Per §535.65 of the Commission Rules education providers must notify potential students that a criminal history may make them ineligible for an occupational license and that they have a right to request a criminal history evaluation before they enroll in courses. If a provider fails to give the notice required and an individual’s application for a license is denied by the Commission because the individual has been convicted of a criminal offense, the provider shall reimburse the individuals the amounts required by section 53.153, Texas Occupations Code.
Individuals may request a criminal history evaluation by submitting a completed Fitness Determination Form to TREC prior to applying for a license.
Consider using this process if you have any criminal offenses, have unpaid judgments, had discipline taken against a professional or occupational license, or have performed unlicensed activity. A Fitness Determination is significantly cheaper than paying for an application, examination and education necessary to receive a license.