Before enrolling at Rowlett Real Estate School for your Florida Real Estate Continuing Education requirements, you must make sure that you meet the basic requirements of your state and/or licensing board. Typically, these include passing an examination and having a valid real estate license issued by your state. Additionally, you [...]
Yes, Rowlett Real Estate School promptly reports your continuing education credits to the DBPR electronically. Students also receive verification of the reporting.
If you have any questions about the content of our courses, you can speak directly with an instructor at Rowlett Real Estate School. Our instructors are highly experienced professionals who are committed to helping students learn and grow in the field of real estate.
The primary difference between Sales Associates and Brokers is the level of responsibility in regard to real estate transactions. Sales associates are required to work under a broker's supervision and must pass the state real estate license exam before they can practice real estate sales. Brokers, however, are responsible for [...]