One third of new agents choose OnlineEd for their Oregon real estate pre-license education. What makes our Oregon real estate course special?
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Authored in-house by licensed, practicing Oregon real estate principal brokers.
OnlineEd is an Oregon-based company. Our Oregon real estate course is authored in-house by licensed, practicing Oregon real estate principal brokers.
Many other schools are out-of-state resellers of systems sold by large education providers. Our course and software is developed by and for OnlineEd. Because every course we sell is written by us, we can pass the savings onto you.
OnlineEd has earned the respect of real estate brokerages and state regulatory agencies since 1998. We are an approved vocational school licensed by the Oregon Higher Education Coordinating Commission, have the highest possible rating with the Better Business Bureau, and are approved by the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO).
You don't need books or CDs. If you can read this, you have everything you need!
If you can read this, you have everything you need to get started! You don't need books, CDs, or special software to take our Oregon real estate license course.
The course is taken entirely online, but course contents are available in downloadable PDF and ePub formats. Learning materials, exams, and instructor support are all delivered through your web browser. You will not need CDs, plugins, apps, or install any software. You can access your OnlineEd account through any computer or mobile device with an internet connection.
Our course has been approved by the OREA and ARELLO.
The OnlineEd real estate license training course meets the latest education requirements and has been approved by the Oregon Real Estate Agency.
Our program has been rigorously reviewed, approved, and authorized for license training by the Oregon Real Estate Agency and by the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO). Our real estate prelicense courses are authored in-house by experienced real estate brokers and industry professionals.
The included flashcard system will help you memorize important real estate terminology. If you are on the go, you can still study by listening to the course using your favorite mp3-supported audio player.
Complete courses on the go using your tablet or smart phone.
You can take your course using any internet-connected device including your computer, smartphone, or tablet! The site adapts to devices of all sizes and does not rely on proprietary apps or software plugins. The course is entirely web-based. The OnlineEd system is compatible with all current web browsers and operating systems including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
Get live help from a real person who will answer your questions throughout the course, either by email or by telephone.
What if you have a question? With an assigned instructor, just pick up the phone or send a quick email and get a friendly response.
Upon enrollment, you will be assigned a course instructor. You can contact your instructor if you need help understanding the material, or have questions. In addition, the instructor will review and (if necessary) comment on each quiz and final exam to assist you in understanding course concepts.
Sample questions and a test simulator to assist you in preparing for the Oregon real estate exam.
The licensing exam preparation course and accompanying licensing exam simulator are included. You can practice taking a simulated broker licensing exam before your testing date. The exam prep module contains over 2,000 questions, covering the topics that you'll be tested on during the state licensing exam. This can inform you of topics you may need to study before taking the state exam.
Students that complete the exam prep course are much more likely to pass the state exam.
The first thing you need to get an Oregon real estate license is the necessary pre-license education. Shop for an education package that's right for you.
To get a real estate license in Oregon, all applicants must:
To start a career in real estate as an Oregon real estate broker, the Oregon Real Estate Agency requires all applicants to register with the Agency, pass a 150-hour pre-license course, submit to a background check, and pass a state licensing exam. The OREA also requires its applicants to be 18 years or older, and have a high school diploma or GED. A state-licensed Oregon real estate broker can only practice real estate under the supervision of an Oregon real estate principal broker.
The first thing you will want to do is submit the Real Estate License Application through the Agency's eLicensing website. Applicants will also pay the license application fee at the time the application is submitted. It make take several weeks for an application to be processed. Starting this step as soon as you can will decrease waiting time. Once the OREA has processed the application, it will issue an Applicant ID to you.
While you are waiting for the application to be processed, you may start studying for your Oregon real estate licensing exam. To get started, register for one of our Oregon Real Estate Pre-License Training packages. The OnlineEd pre-license course is available online, and you can start learning about real estate as soon as you complete registration. Textbooks are available in select packages for students who prefer to read on paper. All packages include supplemental downloadable MP3 audio for each course chapter, which you can play on your personal media device.
We have several pre-licensing course packages available. Depending on the package you purchase, additional features may be available, including textbooks, real estate calculators, and post-licensing courses.
The complete Oregon broker license training package consists of one 150-hour course that is divided into seven modules. Each module is broken down into chapters, and chapters will contain review quizzes to help you remember key points covered in the chapter.
The seven modules are:
Each of the seven modules will have a module exam. You must pass the module exam with a score of at least 75%. Students will not be able to proceed to the next module until the exam has been successfully passed. Exams can be attempted as many times as needed.
After you have finished the 150-hour training program, your Applicant ID and record of successful completion will be submitted to the OREA's state licensing exam provider. You will then receive an email on how you can sign up and take the real estate licensing exam.
The state licensing exam will be issued at one of the provider's testing facilities, with locations throughout Oregon. Contact the testing provider for more information.
Once you have successfully passed the licensing exam, the next step is processing your background check and get the approval of your principal broker.
After you successfully pass the state licensing exam, you make payment for the background check and fingerprinting directly at the testing center. This background check may take several weeks to complete.
Before your Oregon real estate broker license can be issued, the OREA will confirm with your real estate principal broker that he or she will approve you as a licensee. Once the principal broker's authorization is received by the state, you will be able to print out your real estate broker license from the Agency's eLicensing website.
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