Other real estate schools charge as much as $525 for their real estate salesperson pre-licensing classes. How can A1 Real Estate School offer so much for such a low price?
⦁ All our classes are delivered via Zoom, so we don’t have to pass on thousands in classroom rental costs to you!
⦁ We keep it simple. The more types of real estate courses a school offers, the higher the admin costs. A1 Real Estate School does not offer broker classes, continuing education classes, or real estate licensing classes for other states. We do one thing, and we do it well. . . and YOU BENEFIT FROM OUR GREAT LOW PRICING. . . we offer New Jersey real estate licensing classes. Period!
Best Resources to Help You Pass the State Exam
Fundamentals of New Jersey Real Estate: Salesperson & Broker Licensing Fourth Edition
Salesperson & Broker Licensing Fourth Edition
The Essential Real Estate Exam Prep Guide
Real Estate Math Made Easy
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A1 Real Estate School, 802 Tilton Road, Northfield, NJ 08225
Frequently Asked Questions
Our pricing model is very simple and transparent. Here what it will cost you for your entire 75-hour real estate pre-licensing course:
Live instructor and our 75-hour day or evening course.
You can order the hard copy of our own award-winning 480-page textbook—which was written specifically for people needing to pass the very difficult New Jersey state real estate exam—for the discount price of $49.95 and get free shipping. The book includes quizzes at the end of every chapter, and we’ll include our “Math Crib Sheet” free, which contains numerous important math formulas and tips. If you order the hard-copy textbook, we will send you the PDF version FREE!
You can order ONLY the PDF version of the 480,000-word textbook for $24.95.
No. All our classes are led by live instructors to whom you can answer as many questions as you want, but they are all delivered via Zoom. So you can study from the comfort of your home without worrying about traffic and weather to get to school!
- Be at least 18 years old by the time you apply for your license
- Be either a US citizen or legally allowed to work in the USA
- Be of good moral character
- Be a high school graduate, or equivalent
- Complete the 75-hour pre-licensing course at an approved real estate school such as A1
- Pass the state exam with a score of at least 70% of the 110 questions correct
- Undergo a criminal history background check
We’ll be completely honest: it is very difficult. On average, only about 30% of candidates statewide pass the exam every month. It is critically important that you take this course seriously. Take lots of notes, read every chapter, do all the quizzes, participate in class by asking loots of questions. We want you to be one of the 30%, not one of the 70%!
Go to our Textbooks and Resources section CLICK HERE.
for some outstanding books on how to prepare for the NJ real estate exam.
We also have an extremely valuable “Exam Prep with Live Instructor” class. This 8-hour class given over 2 evenings is led by a senior instructor and covers all the tips on how to pass the state exam. It comes with a free exam prep textbook. We recommend you schedule the state exam for the following day.
No. But you must complete all the requirements mentioned above within one year of graduating from real estate school.
Yes. You may take it as many times as you want, so long as you wait 24 hours between exams.
Yes! Our school ad our instructors are all licensed by the Real Estate Commission to deliver pre-licensing education classes.
Yes. Everything we do throughout the course prepares you to pass the final exam—provided you take seriously the requirement to study, take notes, read the assignments, and do each chapter quiz. If you fail the final exam, you may take a different final exam for a nominal fee of $25 to help cover the fee we must pay the exam proctor. If you fail three final exams, you must retake the course.
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