How do I become a Broker or Broker In Charge?
Own your own real estate company! As a Broker In Charge, you are able to form your own firm and focus on the goals and service ideals that are important to you. If you're ready to go out on your own, or simply wish to move up to the Broker's License level without becoming a Broker In Charge, our Broker A and B classes are for you!
Both Broker A and Broker B are required, along with the state licensing exam to obtain your broker's license (plus three years of licensure as a real estate salesman). Our curriculum covers the specific information you will need to pass the state exam and also provides an in-depth experience to help you understand what it takes to run an office.
Our Broker A course is THE brokerage management course designed specifically to provide you with the knowledge to launch your own successful real estate company. It is a practical, real-world course that requires no exit exam.
Our Broker B course is the traditional exam preparation course that Chip Browne has been teaching since 1982.