17 Sep Real Estate Classes
Did you know that the Billings Community Adult Education program offers courses in real estate? It’s true. Real estate has become an important and red-hot industry in our community since COVID, and if you are ready for a career change, or are looking to bolster your professional portfolio then there are a few requirements to get you where you want to be.
There are requirements to becoming a real estate agent in our state. First, you need to pass a required course; the course itself is sixty-hours of classroom-type work. The coursework is performed through the state, and the course offered through the Billings Community Education program prepares those who have the potential and desire to work in real estate to take the state’s coursework. You will learn about the important distinctions between Real Estate Agent and Real Estate Broker. You will learn how brokerages function, and the methods to optimize your license by choosing a brokerage to suit your personality and professional goals.
If you do choose to take the course (And if you are interested in real estate, and becoming a real estate agent who works in the state of Montana, the course is a terrific boost for your ambitions) make sure to come to the course prepared to learn about the intricacies of licensure and the potential scope of a career following licensure; it’s also a good idea to come prepared with questions, and those not answered by the instructor in the coursework can be answered during class.
If you have any questions about the real estate courses offered this fall season through the Billings Community Adult Education program catalog (There are several courses offered in real estate) or any of the other courses or certificate programs, both educational and professional, then don’t hesitate to call the office today.