Top-rated instructor engages students in live online classes to prepare students to take the Massachusetts real estate salesperson’s exam
About This Deal
$175 for a 40-hour real estate licensing course with textbook ($350 value)
This six-day, 40-hour pre-requisite course covers all the topics necessary for students to prepare for and pass the Massachusetts real estate licensing exam.
Take advantage of this opportunity to join instructor Michael Albano for his top-rated, usually sold-out, entertaining classes -- now online. Textbook, study tips, bonus recorded videos, and tuition reimbursement opportunity are all included in this deal from a MA-licensed real estate school.
For upcoming class dates, times, and more details, see class page.
About Metropolitan School of Real Estate
The Metropolitan School of Real Estate is one of most popular real estate schools in the area and one of the first to offer a Groupon for its classes. Past students’ 5-star reviews consistently credit instructor Michael Albano for surprising them by “keeping them awake” during the required 40 hours of this class with his real-life stories about transactions, his humor, and for getting them fired up to enter the field of real estate. Seasoned agents return to Michael’s continuing education classes because of his depth of knowledge, historical perspective, and deep-dives into difficult topics. And his Voice.
In roles as a manager, trainer, broker, and instructor, Michael has taught thousands of agents in the metropolitan Boston area through pre-licensure and continuing education classes. Before starting his own real estate brokerage, Michael was a strategy planner in advertising agencies in Boston, Moscow, and Milan. He’s lived in NYC, Jamaica, and Rome. One of his favorite things about teaching the salesperson’s pre-licensure course is meeting people of all ages and backgrounds who have the courage to try something new.
Though one must be 18 years old to get a real estate license in Massachusetts, anyone is welcome to take this class. Former students become real estate agents, buyers, sellers, real estate investors, better-informed property owners and landlords; and some even earn back their class tuition when they come to work for the school’s affiliated real estate brokerage – Weichert, Realtors – Metropolitan Boston Real Estate.
For upcoming classes and info, consult the company website page at Metropolitan School of Real Estate.