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Real Estate Prelicensing Series

The Real Estate Prelicensing series is comprised of three, thirty-hour courses that together fulfill the education requirements necessary to apply to take the New Mexico Real Estate Broker’s Examination. The courses can be taken simultaneously or spread out, but all courses must have been completed within the three years prior to application to take the exam, which is available through the New Mexico Real Estate Commission. We do not offer the exam.

Registered students will receive more information on accessing the classes when they are scheduled to begin. Online classes can be accessed at any time during the ten week course. Classes are self-paced, meaning that there are no scheduled meetings, but assignments will be released and due on specified dates during the ten weeks. Participants taking the full series should plan to dedicate at least nine hours each week to the courses. All classes require a computer with internet access and Microsoft Word with Adobe Viewer. All textbooks are included. They will be available in a digital format and will be yours to keep forever.

Full Series

$ 809
00
  • a 10% Savings
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Or, take classes individually, to fit your schedule.

Real Estate Law

$ 299
00
  • Ten weeks, Asynchronous, Online
  • Focuses on the fiduciary relationship between real estate agent and client, ownership rights, law of agency, and law of contracts.

Real Estate Principles & Practice

$ 299
00
  • Ten weeks, Asynchronous, Online
  • Covers the real estate market, real property ownership and interest, deeds and descriptions, property transfer, contracts, finance, and appraising.

Broker Basics

$ 299
00
  • Ten weeks, Asynchronous, Online
  • Covers establishing a real estate office, brokers’ duties, listing and purchasing agreements, common forms, property management, and more.

Becoming A Licensed Broker

Once you have completed 90 hours of pre-licensing coursework, you will be eligible to take your licensing examination through the New Mexico Real Estate Commission.