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I have just moved to Cypress, Tx and I would like to become a real estate agent. Which training program is recommended?

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I have just moved to Cypress, Tx and I would like to become a real estate agent. Which training program is recommended?

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Posted on Sep 07, 2017 in Topic: Education
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Purvi Shah
about 2 weeks ago
Champions School of Real Estate


about 2 weeks ago
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Pamela Banks
about 2 weeks ago
Hands down Champions school of real estate. They offer in person, online, correspondence, etc. Jump start training, test prep for the exam, career night to help decide on which companies you may want to consider. I have taken training from them since 1991. They have expanded and have many locations to choose from, whether on vacation or at home you may find a champion school of real estate training beneficial. Good luck


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https://www.facebook.com/championsschool/\nhttps://www.championsschool.com/index.php\nhttps://www.championsschool.com/catalog/Champions-Catalog.pdf

about 2 weeks ago
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Victoria Lewis
about 2 weeks ago
Champions school of real estate!


about 2 weeks ago
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Cyrenian Scott
about 2 weeks ago
I highly recommend you check out Champion School of Real Estate


about 2 weeks ago
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Michael Jobin
about 2 weeks ago
Hi Tammy,

Just remember.. Knowledge is power.

The school depends on how you study. If you need the push of a classroom and/or teacher, then look for a school like others have listed. If you can run independent, then go with online. I used Allied School and it was online and self paced and half the cost of "go to schools". I then took a local prep course for the test and took my test. I only took the prep course to make sure I did not miss anything and was happy to see I did not. I took my test and passed first time and zipped through the test. When you know it, you know it!

TREC has a section devoted to what providers qualify to teach in Texas. Look at it and then visit their websites.

Once you decide how you learn; do your homework.on price, schedule and style. You won't be sorry - and you may just save some money. Saving money is good because what you don't see until you get into it, is the start up costs. Dues, associations and so on.. And your education is not done once you pass the test and get a job. In Texas you have to get 96 more hours within the first 2 years. You will also want to decide if you want to work for a big or little broker/company. Each have pros/cons.

Most of all... have fun! RE is a great industry. I'm bet you will do great. Any questions you have, feel free to reach out. Always willing to help someone get started.

Michael Jobin
C&K Properties
713.545.2314


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https://www.trec.texas.gov/education/qualifying-education-providers

about 2 weeks ago
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Andrea Cloud - Wagner
about 2 weeks ago
Champions School of Real Estate is an established real estate school. They offer different modes of taking the course whether it is in class, correspondence, etc. They are well known for providing a quality education. All the best to you as you start your new career!


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http://www.championsschool.com/

about 2 weeks ago
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Ryan Kohn
about 2 weeks ago
I agree with Champions School of Real Estate. When I began looking into Real Estate Schools, there was a lot to choose from. I looked at the least expensive, was about $300 + CE courses included. The reviews were awful and they barely passes the First Time Pass requirements. In the links below is a TREC link showing school passage rates. I paid a few extra bucks and passed with flying colors first time, had support that answered the phone or emails quickly. You will also want to begin talking to Brokers when you are getting close, Real Estate school will by no means teach you everything you need to know, so a great broker will be essential to getting you up and running.


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https://www.trec.texas.gov/education/education-provider-exam-passage-rates-sales-agents-and-brokers

about 2 weeks ago
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Pamella Senegal
about 2 weeks ago
Hands down, Champions School of Real Estate.


about 2 weeks ago
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Amanda Crabtree
about 2 weeks ago
Here are the steps to getting your Texas real estate license at Champions. I LOVED my experience there. Sue is the BEST. Good luck to you!

http://www.championsschool.com/real-estate-school/steps-to-a-texas-real-estate-license.php


about 2 weeks ago
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