Which is The Best Real Estate School in Los Angeles

Which is the Best Real Estate School in Los Angeles, CA? How can you know which Real Estate School in Los Angeles is “The Best”? In assembling your selection, look beyond the rankings to the characteristics that make each school or training center right for you. Disclaimer : If all you want is a list of our rankings, scroll to the bottom. What really determines the quality of the Real Estate School is what that school does for its students and future licensees. Retention Rate One factor to look at is the retention rate. Are students returning after each of the
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Congratulations CORE Graduate Jesse Medina

Congratulations to the CORE (College of Real Estate) graduate and newly licensed Real Estate Agent Jesse Medina!  Jesse is a multifaceted and ambitious young professional who hails from Detroit, Michigan. He is a Class of 2015 Alumni of Pomona College, the #1 ranking institution on Forbes "America's Top Colleges in 2015."


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3 Simple Tips for Passing the California State Real Estate Salesperson’s Exam?

Here’s how I really want you to study: complete one 90 question practice exam per day. I don’t care if you do it digitally or if you do it the old pencil and paper way. Either way is fine, but just do it. Don’t worry that you don’t fully understand the information right now. Much of the comprehension will happen while in the trenches of the day to day grind. The required textbook reading and the hours of coursework should have been completed either in class or online. Completely reading the textbooks is important and a state requirement, but not
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Orange is the New Green.

The College of Real Estate (theCORE) has always prided itself on being different. To say that you are different, and to really be different, are (without overusing the same word) two distinctly different things. There are many real estate schools, but there is only ONE College of Real Estate. In celebration of what makes us and our students unique, theCORE takes time and effort to recognize our graduates and soon to be licensed real estate sales agents. Last night marked our first graduating class who donned our orange cap & gowns as they received their certificates confirming the completion of
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Study Tips For Various Learning Styles

Not all trade schools, universities, high schools, or elementary schools are the same. Not every classroom, lecture, or discussion is the same. Not every student is the same either. Every person, young or old, at any stage of their education, learns differently. Since everyone learns differently, it follows that a general guide consisting of general study tips will only take a learner so far before customization is necessary. Instructors and students alike should understand how the various learning styles can best be applied, both for individuals and for others they may work with in the future. There are a few
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The Importance of Your First Listing

Congratulations! You’ve received your license and are well on your way to a successful real estate career. One of the first moves you’ll make as a fledgling realtor is to land your first listing—an exciting step, but an extremely important one that may set the tone for the rest of your career. Consequently, it is vital that you make a great first impression, appearing professional, enthusiastic and like a realtor future clients would be clamoring to hire. Your first listing is like a cotillion ball, and you are the debutante launching herself into society’s eye. It’s a dramatic and silly
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The Different Approaches to Learning and the Benefits That Come With Them

At The CORE, we believe in offering instruction both online and in person to accommodate the needs of all of our students. While for most it is about scheduling, there are some who benefits more from learning at their own pace, in their own environment, where others thrive in person with peers. The individual’s preferences are largely dependant upon their learning style. Below we are breaking down these various learning styles and what they mean as well as how they relate to in class and online instruction.  1. In Class LearningPros: In class learning provides a person with face to
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Benefits of the Buddy System

Remember those times in elementary school when the buddy system was used to keep track of everyone in the class? By pairing up students, supervisors made sure that children would not wander off by themselves during school outings or field trips and that it was someone’s sole responsibility to keep track of their peer. When you were partnered with a friend in this classic system, there were endless possibilities of fun, exploring and discovery. Although the days of visiting the museum, parks, zoos, aquariums, etc. are over, the buddy system is still an incredibly useful tool that anybody, no matter
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In Person & Online Learning

Knowledge is the key to success. For many, school was only an obstacle to overcome. But for those who see knowledge as a tool, going back to school is an opportunity to enrich and elevate themselves. The College of Real Estate offers numerous options for learning, catering to all students’ unique learning styles and schedules. Whether you prefer an in person learning experience or online courses, the College of Real Estate is the best place to master the skills and mechanics required to earn your California Bureau of Real Estate Salesperson License. Everyone has their own unique learning style; for
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Those Who Take Risks Win

Fortune favors the bold, but boldness is sometimes difficult to come by—especially when decisions about your career and about your life are involved. Risks are bold, but risks are also daunting. Often, the fear is what holds us back, but it is important keep in mind the benefits and successes that can be acquired from taking calculated risks. What are we so afraid of? What holds us back from achieving our full potential? Author of Brave, Margie Warrell, cites several reasons why we let our aversion to risks get the best of us and how we misjudge the nature of
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