Take Your Real Estate Career to the Next Level by Upgrading to a Broker License in California. Be Your Own Boss!

Licensed Real Estate Agents With Two Years Sales Experience Are Now Eligible To Take Your Career To The Next Level With California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) Approved Courses


Enroll in our Online Real Estate Broker Course

If you have been actively licensed to sell real estate for two years you qualify to take the Brokers Exam. (Along with your completed course work, you’ll need to document that you have been a licensed real estate salesperson on a full-time basis.)

Everything you need to get your broker license in California including:

  • Real Estate Appraisal
  • Legal Aspects of Real Estate
  • Real Estate Economics
  • Real Estate Property Management
  • Real Estate Escrow
  • Real Estate Finance (If needed*)

If you are currently a Real Estate Agent, you have already taken Real Estate Principles and Practices. *Many agents have taken Finance as their third statutory course. (If you have not taken Finance, call us. We will substitute any course for you.)

Free open-book, online exams for each course included. Print your own certificates instantly!

For a limited time we’ll include the following ($158 value) for free:

  • California Guaranteed State Exam Prep ($99 Value)
  • Over 1,000 Most Recent & Accurate Exam-Style Questions.
  • All Practice Questions & Answers Fully Explained
  • Real Estate Dictionary eBook
  • If You Need Assistance, Call Us 855-727-7327
Only $219   
NOTE: If you are NOT a real estate agent and would like to obtain your license, Click Here to View Our Real Estate Course Packages.
Real Estate Appraisal
1. The Appraisal Profession
2. Appraisal Math and Statistics
3. Real Estate and Its Appraisal
4. Real Estate Transactions
5. The Real Estate marketplace
6. The Appraisal Process
7. Building Constructions and the Environment
8. Data Collection
9. Site Valuation
10. The Cost Approach: Reproduction
11. The Cost Approach: Depreciation
12. The Sales Comparison Approach
13. The Income Capitalization Approach
14. Direct and Yield Capitalization
15. Reconciliation and the Appraisal Report
16. Appraising Partial Interests
Legal Aspects of Real Estate
1. Sources of Law and the Judicial System
2. Law of Agency
3. Duties and Responsibilities of Licensees
4. Regulation of Licensees
5. Law of Contracts
6. Real Estate Contracts
7. Property, Estates, and Recordings
8. Ownership of Real Property
9. Acquisitions and Conveyances
10. Real Property Security Devices
11. Involuntary Liens and Homesteads
12. Adjacent Property Rights
13. Land Use Controls
14. Escrow and Title Insurance
15. Landlord-Tenant Law
Real Estate Economics
1. Introduction to Economic Systems and Principles
2. Supply and Demand
3. Economic Change Analysis
4. money and Monetary Policy
5. The Real Estate Market
6. The U.S. Housing Market
7. California's Economic Profile
8. The California Real Estate Market
9. Land-Use Planning and Development
10. Fair Housing and Environmental Regulations
11. Financing and Taxation
12. The Economics of Real Estate Investment
13. The Economics of Appraisal
14. Analyzing Residential Income Property
15. Analyzing Commercial Investment Property
16. Real Estate Trends in California
17. Understanding and Using Economic Data
Property Management
1. Professional Property Management 2. Property Management Economics and Planning 3. Owner Relations 4. Marketing 5. Leases 6. Lease Negotiations 7. Tenant Relations 8. Maintenance and Construction 9. Managing the Office and Reports 10. Federal and State Laws 11. Residential Property 12. Specialized Housting 13. Office Property 14. Retail Property 15. Industrial Property 16. Risk and Environmental Issues 17. Life Safety Issues
Real Estate Escrow and Title
1. Property Rights
2. Transfer of Interests
3. Elements of Escrow
4. Title Insurance Basics
5. Title Insurance Policies
6. Contracts
7. Real Estate Practice
8. Opening Escrow
9. The Escrow Instructions
10. Northern and Southern California Regional Variations and Practices
11. Preclosing
12. Escrow Accounting
13. Lending and the Escrow Process
14. Protecting the Consumer
15. Apartment Buildings, Commercial Properties and Exchanges
16. Specialty Escrow Transactions
17. Advanced Title Insurance Underwriting
18. Default, Foreclosure, and the Title Insurer