RealEstateU – Enrolling New Real Estate License Students

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TEL AVIV, Israel - Oct. 18, 2018 - eTradeWire -- The real estate industry has been doing well as the market has stabilized, allowing for many current real estate agents to expand what they are doing and where they plan on practicing. As a result, many professionals are seeking solutions when it comes to expanding their practices. Licensing requirements differ by state, which requires real estate agents to obtain additional licenses in order to practice over state lines.

RealEstateU has developed a variety of curriculum options that can be accessed via their website, allowing real estate agents to sign up for classes that meet requirements for different states' licensure. As of October of 2018, they now have real estate classes for Texas, California, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. They are currently offering enrollment for classes for every state listed, and have several courses for each state.

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RealEstateU was built on the premise that real estate agents, with their busy lives and careers, should not have to put their lives on hold in order to get licensing and expand their opportunities for real estate sales. By providing real estate professionals with the potential to take their courses online, on their schedule, it allows them to expand their careers and their earning potential while still allowing them to work their day job and maintain their family ties much more easily than if they were to go to a traditional classroom.

If you are looking for more information about RealEstateU and their options for preparing for the Texas real estate licensing exam or the exam for any of the other states listed above, please take a look at their website, Their contact page has all of the information necessary so that students, press, and any other people of interest can get in touch with appropriate representatives.

Source: RealEstateU
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