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Real Estate

Help people make one of the most important decisions in their lives - the purchase of property! Real estate professionals act as an intermediary between sellers and buyers of property and attempt to find sellers who wish to sell and buyers who wish to buy.

Real Estate Information Sessions

Summer 2021 Course Descriptions and Schedule Information

All Real Estate Pre-License Education classes will be held online for the summer 2021 semester.

Please Note: We are committed to the safety and security of online instruction and are constantly adapting to offer the best experience for all users. To help ensure security during Zoom webinars, a password to enter the Zoom session will be provided to assist with these measures.

PRLE 2 Section 981 Broker Pre-Licensing Topics is an Internet-based online class.

To assist online learners, this Internet-based class is offered as an option for completing the 60 hours of the broker pre-licensing curriculum without having to attend class meetings. Students can access the Internet learning portal 24 hours a day and communicate with the instructor Monday-Friday. A Zoom Webinar Orientation is required on Monday, January 11 from 5:15-6:15 p.m. and students will be required to take their final exam on campus or proctored over the Internet. Exam delivery will be determined by CLC policy on live meetings.  A textbook is also required and can be purchased through the CLC Bookstore.


Course Prerequisites and Special Notes

You need to take both PRLE 2 and PRLE 3 to satisfy your education pre-licensing requirements set by the State of Illinois. This will satisfy the 75 education hours you need. Once you successfully pass both courses, you will be able to sit for the state licensing exam, offered by Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP). For more information on the licensing exam, please visit the Applied Measurement Professionals website. It is recommended that students take PRLE 2 before PRLE 3.

Prior to receiving an Illinois Real Estate license one must:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have graduated from high school or obtained an equivalent degree
  • Have completed the required real estate education hours at an approved school
  • Pass a state license examination

All classes are not offered every semester.



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