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With an unprecedented number of workers re-examining their career paths, the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS (SAAR) is launching its upcoming Raise The Bar pre-license course on February 7. In just six weeks, aspiring agents will be equipped with the knowledge and tools for a new career in one of the country’s hottest real estate markets, thanks to this real estate course.

“Whether you are looking to change careers or are just starting out, our pre-baccalaureate courses offer the opportunity for a fresh start where you can be your own boss and work independently,” said Annalisa Moreno, Director professional development at the Scottsdale Area Association. of REALTORS®, which 100% owns and operates Raise The Bar. “Raise The Bar is also the best deal in town – our coaching approach helps graduates thrive in flexible and rewarding real estate careers. “


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For just $ 479, Raise The Bar Real Estate School includes 90 hours of instruction, a one-hour tutoring session, a six-hour contract writing course, and 30 days of post-license business support. Completion of the course is a requirement to take the Arizona Department of Real Estate exam.

Registrations are open until January 28. Places are limited and reserved on a first come, first served basis.

What: Raise The Bar Real Estate School Pre-License Class

When: February 7 to March 23; Monday to Thursday 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Or: Location8600 | 8600 E. Anderson Dr., Scottsdale

Cost: $ 479

Register: Visit scottsdalerealtors.org/rtb-pre-licensing

For more information on SAAR or Raise The Bar, visit scottsdalerealtors.org.

About Raise The Bar Real Estate School

Founded in 1999, Raise The Bar Real Estate School is 100% owned and operated by the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS®, a 501 (c) (6) not-for-profit trade association. In addition to its pre-licensing course, Raise The Bar offers a broker licensing course. More than https://www.scottsdalerealtors.org/rtb.


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