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What You'll Get
Benjamin Franklin once remarked, “Time is money. Isn’t that wise? Now, may I finally have my turn as president?” This Groupon is largely about the Benjamins.
Choose Between Two Options
$319 for a five-class real-estate prelicensing course, valid for students with a U.S. college degree only (a $770 value)
- Four core classes
- One elective
- 150-hour premium prelicensing book package<p>
$399 for a seven-class real-estate prelicensing course, valid for students without a U.S. college degree (a $979 value) * Four core classes * Three electives * 210-hour premium prelicensing book package<p>
The four core classes include Law of Agency, on how to build rapport with buyers or sellers, Law of Contracts, on how to write legal contracts, Principles – Terminology, on real-estate vocabulary, and Principles of Real Estate, on the fundamentals.
Individual classes last 8 a.m.–6 p.m. for three consecutive days. If students schedule back-to-back classes, they can finish in two weeks and receive their certificate. Books and materials are included.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 18 or older. 5-class option valid only for students with a U.S. college degree. Valid only for classroom instruction. Test prep not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Spencer School of Real Estate
Operating under a new owner since January 2012, Spencer School of Real Estate helps aspiring and current real-estate agents and mortgage professionals develop their craft with online coursework and classroom coursework at an array of campuses. In addition to a background in real-estate brokerage, owner Bobby Bryant brings his two masters degrees in education to the school. Instructors aim to cap class sizes at 12 students so they can soak up lots of one-on-one attention, letting them get details specific to their intended career concentration and finally get an answer about the difference between a foyer and an entryway.