Classroom or Online Real Estate Courses: What’s the Best Fit for You?
June 30, 2017 |
You want to get your real estate license, but don’t know the best way to prepare. You can choose between classroom or online real estate pre-licensing courses – both offer the same material, so which is best? It comes down to what type of learner you are. We’ve put together a list of the different learning styles, so you can decide for yourself.
The Busy Bee
You drop your kids off at school, put in eight hours at work, make a hot meal for your family, drive the soccer practice car-pool, and the laundry won’t do itself – how are you supposed to add a class to the mix? Online real estate pre-licensing is a perfect fit for you. You’ll have access to the content anytime, anywhere. Yes, even while you’re waiting for ballet class to end.
You’re the type of person who must have a schedule and must stick to it. You prefer a course that meets at a specific date and time to keep your studies in check. Classroom learning is likely going to be your best bet.
You’re self-motivated and driven. There’s only one thing you’re focused on: success. With your determined mindset, you’re likely to thrive in either online or classroom – nothing can step between you and your real estate license. In fact, with Hondros College of Business, you can take a combination of online and classroom courses to fulfill your pre-licensing requirements.
The Team Player
Two words: Study group. If you enjoy working with others, a classroom setting is going to give you the best opportunity to do so. You’ll be able to interact with like-minded individuals – or not so like-minded ones, which may open your mind to concepts you may not have easily picked up on in online coursework. Also, in the classroom, you’ll be able to brush up on those people skills, which are a must in the real estate world.
The Slow Mo or Quick Rick
Maybe you like to take your sweet time. Or maybe you understand the concept right away. With online real estate courses, you can work at your own pace. You don’t have to struggle to keep up with the rest of the class, nor are you held back from getting your show on the road if you’re ready.
You just can’t picture learning anywhere other than the classroom. You rely on a living, breathing person to stand in front of you and demonstrate what you need to know to be successful. That’s great! Learning from an experienced real estate professional in a classroom setting is right for you.
In the end, you might be a busy bee who enjoys a traditional education – you may have to give up the comfort of a classroom setting to do what’s best for your situation and take online courses. When it’s all said and done, there’s no wrong choice as long as the real estate pre-licensing program you choose offers quality information specific to your state.