Current - Credentialed - Connected - Cost Effective - A Kentucky Real Estate School
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To register for the course, please read this entire page and click Add to Cart at the bottom of the page.
Below are most of the questions that people ask, but if you have others, just give us a call or send us an email.
Why pay more? Our tuition is $359.
What is your course so cost effective?
You attend all classes from the comfort of your home or office. There's no driving. You just login and learn. The course is designed so that if you have even 15 minutes you can probably complete a section.
From the Ground Up will teach you the basics of real estate principles and practices which will prepare you for the national section of your exam. From the Ground Up is 60 hours of the 96 required hours.
The Kentucky Law Course is 32 hours and prepares you for the Kentucky section of the exam. The final four hours of class is the class test, which if offered via Zoom. It is normally given on Tuesday evenings and the calendar is found at this page. https://2myclasses.com/Page.php?id=925
The tuition includes on online review to prepare you for the class test and the state exam.
What are the technical requirements?
What is your attendance policy?
How long does it take to complete the course?
What are the other expenses?
Tuition - $359
If your sponsoring broker is a REALTOR(R), you will be required to become a REALTOR(R) and pay the Board dues and Multiple Listing Service dues.
Also, you may want to have money for additional business expenses.
What are the policies of the 2 My Classes, LLC?
When you register you are attesting that the person enrolling in the class is the person
When you click the Add to Cart you will be enrolled in the first eight chapters of the course. It's a ninety-two clock hour classes divided into the national and Kentucky law sections. The class test is the final four hours of the class.
Yes, I'm ready to get started!
"One of the most pleasant people I have met. Joyce Bea Sterling is a true professional and an expert in her craft. I definitely will recommend others looking to start in real estate to take this course."
"This was an exception class! The material was presented well, the instructor was extremely organized, knowledgeable, encouraging and patient. Every minute of the course was professional and efficiently geared toward learning about Real Estate and Real Estate Law. I have earned well over 200 college credit hours and this course stands out as one of the very best I can remember in either undergraduate school of graduate school. I highly recommend this class to anyone wishing to enter the practice of real estate."
The Fine Print
Pursuant to KRS 165A.450 All licensed schools, resident and nonresident, shall be required to contribute to a student protection fund. The fund shall be used to reimburse eligible Kentucky students, to pay off debts, including refunds to students enrolled or on leave of absence by not being enrolled for one (1) academic year or less from the school at the time of the closing, incurred due to the closing of a school, discontinuance of a program, loss of license, or loss of accreditation by a school or program.
Process for Filing a Claim Against the Kentucky Student Protection Fund.
To file a claim against the Kentucky Student Protection Fund, each person filing must submit a signed and completed Form for Claims Against the Student Protection Fund, Form PE-38 and provide the requested information to the following address:
The form can be found on the website at www.kcoe.kv.gov.
Kentucky Real Estate Commission
500 Mero Street, 2NE09