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SALESPERSON COURSES TO GET LICENSED IN CALIFORNIA

To obtain a real estate salesperson license, you must first qualify for and pass a written examination. Those who pass the examination are provided a license application which must be submitted to and approved by the DRE. The most current general and educational requirements to become a licensed real estate salesperson in accordance with the Department of Real Estate may be found at https://www.dre.ca.gov.

General Requirements: The general requirements are that you must be at least 18 years old, have a Social Security number or an individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN),be a California resident and  If you are not a California resident, see Out-of-State ApplicantsApplicants must be honest and truthful. Conviction of a crime may result in the denial of a license. Lastly, have proof that you completed at least three college-level courses in specific subject matter (except for members of the California State Bar).

Course Requirements: Successful completion of three college-level courses is required to qualify for a real estate salesperson examination: Real Estate Principles,, Real Estate Practice, and one course from the following list: Real Estate Appraisal, Property Management, Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Economics, Legal Aspects of Real Estate, Real Estate Office Administration, General Accounting, Business Law, Real Estate Escrows, Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending, Computer Applications in Real Estate, or Common Interest Developments.

Course Offerings: Our Salesperson Courses consist of Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice and Real Estate Appraisal. Each of these courses provide 45 hours of class instruction. For Brokers we offer Real Estate Practice, Real Estate Finance, Legal Aspects of Real Estate, Real Estate Appraisal, and Real Estate Economics, plus from the electives, Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Escrows, Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending, plus Property Management. Each of these courses also provide 45 hours of class instruction.

 


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“Call and schedule a time to talk about your plans to start a new career in real estate.”

(415) 608-1388

 


NOBLE FIELDS SCHOOL of REAL ESTATE

6121 Mission Street,
Daly City, CA 94014
Call (415) 608-1388
noblefields6@gmail.com

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170


These GIP (General Information Pages) are to be read by the participant prior to registration/enrollment.
Disclaimer: Pressing “Register” buttons acknowledges you read and understood the GIPs (General Information Pages).

 


General Information Page


Statutory/Pre-License School Name: Noble Fields School of Real Estate, LLC
Web Site Address: www.noblefields.com
Address (Street, City, State, Zip Code):6121 Mission Street, Daly City, CA 94014-2002
Dre Statutory/Pre-Liccense School Id #: S-0170
Phone Number: (415) 608-1388
Email Address: noblefields6@gmail.com

 


These GIP (General Information Pages) are to be read by the participant prior to registration/enrollment.
Disclaimer: Pressing “Register” buttons acknowledges you read and understood the GIPs (General Information Pages).

 


Course NameReal Estate Principles


Brief Course Description: The Real Estate Principles course provides 45 hours of class instruction. The topics are ware Methods of Land Description, the different types and Forms of Ownership, what is and how to establish Agency, real estate Contracts and how each is used, Landlord and Tenant realshionships explained and the responsibilities each have to each other, Escrow and Title Insurance, Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Appraisal, Subdivisions, Real Estate Taxes, what are the Licensing Requirements, and not everyone’s favorite topic, but nevertheless remains an impotant aspect of your new career journey, Real Estate Math.


Method Of Course Presentation (Live Lecture or Correspondence/Independent Study/Internet):
LIVE (or Zoom on-line session with all examinations in-person in an instructor monitored class.)


Course Hours: 45

Course Dates and Location (For Live Lectures): Quarterly Course Offering:

January | April | July | October

Daly City Campus – 6121 Mission Street, Daly City, Ca  94014
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Monday 6-10 Pm | Wednesday 6-10 Pm

Oakland Campus – 428-A Oakland Avenue, Oakland, Ca 94611
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Tuesday 6-10 Pm | Thursday 6-10 Pm


Course Fees (Include Any Shipping and Handling Fees, Course Group Package Fees, Discounts Etc.


Registration Fee: $ 199  Course: $ 100 (Book Included).
The Full Enrollment Salesperson’s Course Package Deal, Including
Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice and Real Estate Appraisal
Cost: $ 499.00 (Books Included) Shipping And Handling: $ 30


Textbook, Workbook, Or Outline Information


Title: California Real Estate Principles
Author(s): Walter Huber, Levin P. Messick, William Pivar, JD.
Copyright Date: 2021 REPRINT

Pages: 518
Edition (if applicable): 15 Th


Refund/Cancellation Policy: This school has and maintains a policy for the refunding of monies paid, for the unused portion of tuition and fees in the event the student withdraws/discontinues at any time prior to the completion of the course enrolled. The amount charged will not exceed a prorated basis of the total charges incurred. An enrollee may cancel the enrollment within three business days of enrollment and receive a full refund of all monies paid if all materials are returned undamaged; otherwise, a $45 non-refundable administration fee may be retained.


Final Examinations Criteria

Number of Questions: 100
Types of Questions: Multiple Choice
Time: 2 Hours (120 Minutes)
Number of Final Examinations: 2
Minimum Passing Score Percentage: 70%


Additional School Policy and Procedures: Participants are requested to attend the first class of any course prior to registration and enrollment. After reviewing the General Information Page and attendance at the first class, the participant can then register and pay for the course. Students must sign the attendance sheet the first day of class as it is included in the total course time required if the students choose to proceed in the course. Students participating via Zoom receive an automated email invitation with their meeting login instructions and session times to all of their meeting sessions. All final examinations are taken in person at an instructor monitored classroom.


DRE Disclaimer Statement: This course is approved for pre-license education credit by the California Department of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructors, authors, or lecturers.


Attendance Policy: For live courses, students must attend a minimum of 90% of the approved course hours to be eligible to receive DRE pre-license course credit.


Student Enrollment: A student may enroll in any number of courses with the following guidelines:

1. Schools may not offer a single correspondence course that is to be completed* in less than 2½ weeks. This rule applies regardless of the number of schools the student is taking courses from.

2. No more than two courses may be completed* in a five-week period.

Number of Courses

Min. Completion Time*

1

2 ½ weeks

2

5 weeks
4 10 weeks
6 15 weeks
8 20 weeks
 

* The time from the date the student receives access to the course material to the date the final exam is successfully passed.

3. All courses shall require completion within one year from the date of registration. If the course is not completed within one year, the student must re-enroll in the course, adhering to the course requirements.


Live Course Identification Statement: Participants shall present one of the following forms of identification below immediately before admittance to a live presentation of an offering:

A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.


Correspondence Course Identification Statement: Participants shall present one of the following forms of identification immediately before the administration of the final examination:

A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.


Online Evaluation Statement: A course and instructor evaluation are available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.


Course Provider Complaint Statement: A course provider complaint form is available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 340” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page. An informational form regarding course provider complaints, “RE 340A” www.dre.ca.gov. also available.


These GIP (General Information Pages) are to be read by the participant prior to registration/enrollment.
Disclaimer: Pressing “Register” buttons acknowledges you read and understood the GIPs (General Information Pages).

 


Course NameReal Estate Practice


Brief Course Description: The Real Estate Practice course provides 45 hours of class instruction. The topics start with the latest CAR forms, Contracts and Advisories line by line. This includes the changes in the new California Purchase Agreement form. Topics will also include mastering the Finance and Escrow processes, Real Estate taxes, the Listing and Purchase Agreement Bundle, plus 8 new forms. Deep dive into the latest advances in the Real Estate industry, focusing on the ever-critical element of Personal Service. The course also includes two new hot topics – Implicit Bias and Fair Housing laws which provides two participatory role-playing scenarios as a real estate professional and as a consumer, plus actionable steps on identifying and addressing the problems that they have caused throughout history.


Method Of Course Presentation (Live Lecture or Correspondence/Independent Study/Internet):
LIVE ( with all examinations in-person in an instructor monitored class.) Zoom on-line sessions pending DRE approval.


Course Hours: 45


Course Dates and Location (For Live Lectures): Quarterly Course Offering:

March | June | September | December

Daly City Campus – 6121 Mission Street, Daly City, Ca  94014
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Monday 6-10 Pm | Wednesday 6-10 Pm

Oakland Campus – 428-A Oakland Avenue, Oakland, Ca 94611
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Tuesday 6-10 Pm | Thursday 6-10 Pm


Course Fees (Include Any Shipping and Handling Fees, Course Group Package Fees, Discounts Etc.

Registration Fee: $ 199  Course: $ 100 (Book Included).
The Full Enrollment Salesperson’s Course Package Deal, Including
Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice and Real Estate Appraisal
Cost: $ 499.00 (Books Included) Shipping And Handling: $ 30


Textbook, Workbook, Or Outline Information


Title: California Real Estate Practice
Author(S): Walt Huber
Copyright Date: January 2023
Pages: 614

Edition (If Applicable): 10th

 


Refund/Cancellation Policy: This school has and maintains a policy for the refunding of monies paid, for the unused portion of tuition and fees in the event the student withdraws/discontinues at any time prior to the completion of the course enrolled. The amount charged will not exceed a prorated basis of the total charges incurred. An enrollee may cancel the enrollment within three business days of enrollment and receive a full refund of all monies paid if all materials are returned undamaged; otherwise, a $45 non-refundable administration fee may be retained.


Final Examinations Criteria

Number of Questions: 100
Types of Questions: Multiple Choice
Time: 2 Hours (120 Minutes)
Number of Final Examinations: 2
Minimum Passing Score Percentage: 70%


Additional School Policy and Procedures: Participants are requested to attend the first class of any course prior to registration and enrollment. After reviewing the General Information Page and attendance at the first class, the participant can then register and pay for the course. Students must sign the attendance sheet the first day of class as it is included in the total course time required if the students choose to proceed in the course. Students participating via Zoom receive an automated email invitation with their meeting login instructions and session times to all of their meeting sessions. All final examinations are taken in person at an instructor monitored classroom.


DRE Disclaimer Statement: This course is approved for pre-license education credit by the California Department of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructors, authors, or lecturers.


Attendance Policy: For live courses, students must attend a minimum of 90% of the approved course hours to be eligible to receive DRE pre-license course credit.


Student Enrollment: A student may enroll in any number of courses with the following guidelines:

1. Schools may not offer a single correspondence course that is to be completed* in less than 2½ weeks. This rule applies regardless of the number of schools the student is taking courses from.

2. No more than two courses may be completed* in a five-week period.

Number of Courses

Min. Completion Time*

1

2 ½ weeks

2

5 weeks
4 10 weeks
6 15 weeks
8 20 weeks
 

* The time from the date the student receives access to the course material to the date the final exam is successfully passed.

3. All courses shall require completion within one year from the date of registration. If the course is not completed within one year, the student must re-enroll in the course, adhering to the course requirements.


Live Course Identification Statement: Participants shall present one of the following forms of identification below immediately before admittance to a live presentation of an offering:

A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.


Correspondence Course Identification Statement: Participants shall present one of the following forms of identification immediately before the administration of the final examination:

A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.


Online Evaluation Statement: A course and instructor evaluation are available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.


Course Provider Complaint Statement: A course provider complaint form is available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 340” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page. An informational form regarding course provider complaints, “RE 340A” www.dre.ca.gov. also available.


These GIP (General Information Pages) are to be read by the participant prior to registration/enrollment.
Disclaimer: Pressing “Register” buttons acknowledges you read and understood the GIPs (General Information Pages).

 


Course Name: Real Estate Appraisal


Brief Course Description: The Real Estate Appraisal course provides 45 hours of class instruction.  The topics are Understanding Value, then covering the Appraisal Process and the different methods used when performing real property valuations, you will learn about Property Descriptions and how to do Appraisal Math, Data Collection and Analysis, Site Valuation, Residential Construction, Cost Approach to Value, Sales Comparison Approach to Value, Income Approach to Value, Reconciliation and Final Value Opinion, what is the Appraisal Report, when and how to perform one, Appraising Special Interests, the Appraisal Profession, Financial Institutions and Regulations plus much more.


Method Of Course Presentation (Live Lecture or Correspondence/Independent Study/Internet):
LIVE (or Zoom on-line session with all examinations in-person in an instructor monitored class.)


Course Hours: 45

Course Dates and Location (For Live Lectures): Quarterly Course Offering:

February | May | August | November

Daly City Campus – 6121 Mission Street, Daly City, Ca  94014
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Monday 6-10 Pm | Wednesday 6-10 Pm

Oakland Campus – 428-A Oakland Avenue, Oakland, Ca 94611
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Tuesday 6-10 Pm | Thursday 6-10 Pm


Course Fees (Include Any Shipping and Handling Fees, Course Group Package Fees, Discounts Etc.


Registration Fee: $ 199  Course: $ 100 (Book Included).
The Full Enrollment Salesperson’s Course Package Deal, Including
Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice and Real Estate Appraisal
Cost: $ 499.00 (Books Included) Shipping And Handling: $ 30


Textbook, Workbook, Or Outline Information


Title: Real Estate Appraisal Principles & Procedures
Author(S): Walter Huber, Levin P. Messick, William Pivar, JD.
Copyright Date: 2021 Reprint

Pages: 490
Edition (If Applicable): 5 Th


Refund/Cancellation Policy: This school has and maintains a policy for the refunding of monies paid, for the unused portion of tuition and fees in the event the student withdraws/discontinues at any time prior to the completion of the course enrolled. The amount charged will not exceed a prorated basis of the total charges incurred. An enrollee may cancel the enrollment within three business days of enrollment and receive a full refund of all monies paid if all materials are returned undamaged; otherwise, a $45 non-refundable administration fee may be retained.


Final Examinations Criteria

Number of Questions: 100
Types of Questions: Multiple Choice
Time: 2 Hours (120 Minutes)
Number of Final Examinations: 2
Minimum Passing Score Percentage: 70%


Additional School Policy and Procedures: Participants are requested to attend the first class of any course prior to registration and enrollment. After reviewing the General Information Page and attendance at the first class, the participant can then register and pay for the course. Students must sign the attendance sheet the first day of class as it is included in the total course time required if the students choose to proceed in the course. Students participating via Zoom receive an automated email invitation with their meeting login instructions and session times to all of their meeting sessions. All final examinations are taken in person at an instructor monitored classroom.


DRE Disclaimer Statement: This course is approved for pre-license education credit by the California Department of Real Estate. However, this approval does not constitute an endorsement of the views or opinions which are expressed by the course sponsor, instructors, authors, or lecturers.


Attendance Policy: For live courses, students must attend a minimum of 90% of the approved course hours to be eligible to receive DRE pre-license course credit.


Student Enrollment: A student may enroll in any number of courses with the following guidelines:

1. Schools may not offer a single correspondence course that is to be completed* in less than 2½ weeks. This rule applies regardless of the number of schools the student is taking courses from.

2. No more than two courses may be completed* in a five-week period.

Number of Courses

Min. Completion Time*

1

2 ½ weeks

2

5 weeks
4 10 weeks
6 15 weeks
8 20 weeks
 

* The time from the date the student receives access to the course material to the date the final exam is successfully passed.

3. All courses shall require completion within one year from the date of registration. If the course is not completed within one year, the student must re-enroll in the course, adhering to the course requirements.


Live Course Identification Statement: Participants shall present one of the following forms of identification below immediately before admittance to a live presentation of an offering:

A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.


Correspondence Course Identification Statement: Participants shall present one of the following forms of identification immediately before the administration of the final examination:

A. A current California driver’s license.
B. A current identification card described in Section 13000 of the California Vehicle Code
C. Any identification of the participant issued by a governmental agency or a recognized real estate related trade organization within the immediately preceding five years which bears a photograph, signature and identification number of the participant.


Online Evaluation Statement: A course and instructor evaluation are available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 318A” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page.


Course Provider Complaint Statement: A course provider complaint form is available on the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) website at www.dre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 340” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page. An informational form regarding course provider complaints, “RE 340A” www.dre.ca.gov. also available.


These GIP (General Information Pages) are to be read by the participant prior to registration/enrollment.
Disclaimer: Pressing “Register” buttons acknowledges you read and understood the GIPs (General Information Pages).

 


REGISTRATION – $ 199


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Just pay the registration fee only to reserve a seat in our Live in-person classes or Zoom in the cloud virtual classes. Then pay and receive a corresponding textbook as you progress along each course.

Please visit the CLASS SCHEDULE page to access our online calendar.

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

REGISTER ONLY – $199
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THE SALESPERSON KIT 135 Hours –  $ 300


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Principles | Appraisal | Practice

For real estate Salespersons we offer Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice and Real Estate Appraisal courses. The Salesperson Kit provides you with the minimum required course instruction hours to qualify you to take the Department of Real Estate state examination and receive your real estate license.

 

Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

SALES AGENT KIT 135 Hrs. – $ 300
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Real Estate Principles 45 Hrs. – $100


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12 days | 4 wks. | 1 mon. | 45 hrs.


JAN | APR | JUL | OCT


Daly City Campus – 6121 Mission Street, Daly City, Ca  94014
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Monday 6-10 Pm | Wednesday 6-10 Pm

Oakland Campus – 428-A Oakland Avenue, Oakland, Ca 94611
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Tuesday 6-10 Pm | Thursday 6-10 Pm


Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Brief Course Description: The Real Estate Principles course provides 45 hours of class instruction. . The topics include Methods of Land Description, the different types and Forms of Ownership, what is and how to establish Agency, real estate Contracts and how each is used, Landlord and Tenant realshionships explained and the responsibilities each have to each other, Escrow and Title Insurance, Real Estate Finance, Real Estate Appraisal, Subdivisions, Real Estate Taxes, what are the Licensing Requirements, and not everyone’s favorite topic, but nevertheless remains an impotant aspect of your new career journey, Real Estate Math.


TEXTBOOK INFORMATION

Title: California Real Estate Principles
Author(s): Walter Huber, Levin P. Messick, William Pivar, JD.
Copyright Date: 2021 REPRINT

Pages: 518
Edition (if applicable): 15 Th


Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Real Estate Principles 45 Hrs. – $100
Click below to register for this course.

click-to-register-link

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Real Estate Appraisal 45 Hrs. – $100


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12 days | 4 wks. | 1 mon. | 45 hrs.


FEB | MAY | AUG | NOV


Daly City Campus – 6121 Mission Street, Daly City, Ca  94014
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Monday 6-10 Pm | Wednesday 6-10 Pm

Oakland Campus – 428-A Oakland Avenue, Oakland, Ca 94611
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Tuesday 6-10 Pm | Thursday 6-10 Pm


Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Brief Course Description: The Real Estate Appraisal course provides 45 hours of class instruction. The topics are Understanding Value, then covering the Appraisal Process and the different methods used when performing real property valuations, you will learn about Property Descriptions and how to do Appraisal Math, Data Collection and Analysis, Site Valuation, Residential Construction, Cost Approach to Value, Sales Comparison Approach to Value, Income Approach to Value, Reconciliation and Final Value Opinion, what is the Appraisal Report, when and how to perform one, Appraising Special Interests, the Appraisal Profession, Financial Institutions and Regulations plus much more.


TEXTBOOK INFORMATION

Title: Real Estate Appraisal Principles & Procedures
Author(S): Walter Huber, Levin P. Messick, William Pivar, JD.
Copyright Date: 2021 Reprint

Pages: 490
Edition (If Applicable): 5 Th


Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Real Estate Appraisal 45 Hrs. – $100
Click below to register for this course.

click-to-register-link

DisclaimerPressing “Register” buttons acknowledges you read and understood this GIP (General Information Page).

 

 


Real Estate Practice 45 Hrs. – $100


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12 days | 4 wks. | 1 mon. | 45 hrs.


MAR | JUN | SEP | DEC


Daly City Campus – 6121 Mission Street, Daly City, Ca  94014
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Monday 6-10 Pm | Wednesday 6-10 Pm

Oakland Campus – 428-A Oakland Avenue, Oakland, Ca 94611
Saturday 11-3 Pm | Tuesday 6-10 Pm | Thursday 6-10 Pm


Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Brief Course Description: The Real Estate Practice course provides 45 hours of class instruction. The topics start with the latest CAR forms, Contracts and Advisories line by line. This includes the changes in the new California Purchase Agreement form. Topics will also include mastering the Finance and Escrow processes, Real Estate taxes, the Listing and Purchase Agreement Bundle, plus 8 new forms. Deep dive into the latest advances in the Real Estate industry, focusing on the ever-critical element of Personal Service. The course also includes two new hot topics – Implicit Bias and Fair Housing laws which provides two participatory role-playing scenarios as a real estate professional and as a consumer, plus actionable steps on identifying and addressing the problems that they have caused throughout history.


TEXTBOOK INFORMATION

Title: CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
Author(s): WALTER HUBER
Copyright Date: JAN 2023

Pages: 614
Edition (if applicable): 10 Th


Note: Textbooks included!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Real Estate Practice 45 Hrs. – $100
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Crash Cram 7 Hrs. – $125


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Crash Cram is a 7 hour deep dive of all the relevant key areas of the DRE’s real estate state exam. DRE exam dates are no longer required to purchase and there is no limit to the number of times you can purchase this exam prep course and practice.


SCHEDULE: Most Sundays from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Other days may possibly be available upon your request.

Example: Your scheduled DRE state exam date is on a Thursday and to better help you retain the information, you request a Tuesday or Wednesday instead of the default Sundays.


LOCATION: Daly City Campus

NOBLE FIELDS SCHOOL of REAL ESTATE

6121 Mission Street
Daly City, CA 94014
Cell: (415) 608-1388
noblefields6@gmail.com

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170


Note: Textbook included for use only!

DRE Sponsor Number: S0170

Crash Cram 7 Hrs. – $125
Click below to purchase this exam-prep-course.

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