We offer ADRE approved Arizona real estate license renewal classes to renew your broker's or salesperson's license online. Our easy to use online classes allow you to fulfill ADRE's requirements anytime and anywhere. Register today!
Important Notice: Due to positive student feedback, we have extended the $20 discount on all online AZ continuing education classes to August 22nd, 2014 for new students. Type in coupon code "082214" on the registration page to receive this discount.
This promotion can be used to obtain a free introductory class with no obligation or purchase required.
- The Best Value
Unlike most Arizona real estate schools who offer online license renewal, we are not reselling a third party system. Because we do not have to pay any third parties to offer our license renewal classes, we are able to pass this savings directly to you. Compare our prices and our offerings to the competition and we are confident you will see why RELC is the clear choice.
- Engaging Multimedia Experience
Our advanced multimedia player offers illustrations, animations, and learning games. The learning games are part of the course content to keep you engaged and a final exam tests your knowledge. Also, there is an optional print out that can be downloaded for each class which contains the class content along with space for notes.
- Completely Automated and Easy to Use
From registration to printing the ADRE certificate of class completion, our license renewal system is entirely automated and easy to use. Login anywhere, anytime and pick up right where you left off if using the same computer - our system makes it simple and easy to renew your real estate license. These classes are not read to you because we are constantly changing the information to be accurate and up-to-date with the evolving real estate market.
Being slightly "old-school" in my thinking, I was very apprehensive to take an on-line course. I am writing to say THANK YOU for putting my fears aside; your classes were easy, informative and helpful. I completely enjoyed every topic and have become a true fan!
Thank you again. Much success to you in the New Year!
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