Real Estate Schools in Arizona

Real estate schools in Arizona don’t necessarily award degrees, although degree programs are available. More often, students take the courses required to obtain their state license, such as ethics, lending practices, real estate law, property management, real estate transactions, property listings and disclosures, valuation, and transferring ownership. Two types of licenses are granted; a sales license and a broker license. Both require applicants to complete at least 90 hours of education and to pass an exam. A broker license also requires at least three years of full-time experience as a real estate professional. Other jobs related to real estate include property manager, real estate appraiser, mortgage and loan originators, contractors, and home inspectors, each with their own distinct license and exam requirement.