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- $169 for a California real-estate license-certification course taught through self-study online and via correspondence (a $447 total value)
- $249 for a California real-estate license-certification course, taught in live-lecture format at any Adhi location (a $507 total value)
Students have two years to complete the coursework at their own pace. Each course includes all required textbooks, enrollment in Real Estate Principles (a $189 value online; a $249 value with live-lecture supplementation), Real Estate Practice (a $129 value), and the elective Legal Aspects of Real Estate (a $129 value). Real Estate Principles takes place over nine two-hour classes, and Real Estate Practice and Legal Aspects of Real Estate each take place over one eight-hour session.
Using experience gleaned over years as a broker and educational consultant, Kartik Subramaniam and Adhi Schools have been guiding students toward real-estate licensure since 2003. With detailed online and in-person courses, Adhi helps prepare each pupil for the California license exam via included textbooks and three preparatory exams. The school also assists graduates by placing them in contact with brokerages to start their new careers. The Adhi Schools' curriculum is recognized by leaders in the real-estate field, and operate in multiple locations throughout Southern California.
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“Adhi is very professional and a great teaching school. I would recommend it to anyone interested in gettng their real estate license. The teachers are extremely...”
“Adhi is very professional and a great teaching school. I would recommend it to anyone interested in gettng their real estate license. The teachers are extremely knowledgable. 2 people in my family are going to the school and they recommended it to a 3rd.”