Struggling with Real Estate terminology? Worried you may not pass the State exam? Need help with Math?      Inland Real Estate School, provides tutoring sessions to all students in the State of Illinois, that are designed to answer any questions that may arise out of material learned in their IL 90 Hour Broker Pre-license, 30 Hour Broker Post License and 45 Hour Managing Broker Pre-license […]

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Welcome! We are glad you choose Inland Real Estate School for our 90 hour Broker Pre-License course that satisfies the State of IL requirement for licensing. For our Broker Pre-License course we conveniently offer our course via the classroom, home study or online. You may conveniently register for the course and method of learning directly below, 24 hours a day, 7 days week and up to […]

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As a newly licensed broker, prior to your first renewal, you are required to complete a 30 hour post-license course. The focus of this program is to reinforce your understanding and knowledge of critical topics that affect your relationship with and representation of the consumer.      The program consists of two stages: 15 hour topics program focuses on the theory behind real estate principles and […]

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Welcome! We are glad you choose Inland Real Estate School for our 45 hour Managing Broker Pre-License course that satisfies the State of IL requirement for licensing. For our Managing Broker Pre-License course we conveniently offer our course via the classroom, home study or online. You may conveniently register for the course and method of learning directly below, 24 hours a day, 7 days week and up […]

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Illinois License Act requires all licensees to complete the equivalent of 6 hours of continuing education per year by April 30 of the renewal year. In addition to the basic continuing education requirements, managing brokers must complete an additional 12 hours of broker management education. Inland Real Estate School has a variety of programs to satisfy your CE obligation. Most programs can be completed either […]

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An essential element of real estate investing is the ability to use real property to defer tax obligations. Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Code allows investors to defer capital gains taxes on any exchange of like-kind properties for business or investment purposes. Deferring the tax simply means putting off the tax obligation to a point in the future if the profit earned […]

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