For over two decades, our instructors have been involved in providing education to individuals across the industry. IBA's real estate courses were designed with two major objectives in mind:
1- The real estate classes, whether they are online or given in-person, should be easy to understand and fun.
2- The education should be affordable and easy to access.
We realize that it takes hard work, dedication, and perseverance to become a successful real estate agent. To become an agent, you must take classes, pass the Illinois official exam, and find a sponsoring broker to work for. Once you get your real estate license, your journey to selling houses and making a handsome commission in the process would have just begun. But the work is not over. You must learn to sell houses, represent clients, and deal with many legal issues that will be part of your career. Our real estate school will prepare you for a career that you will love and cherish for decades to come.
Real estate licenses are authorizations issued by state governments like Illinois. It gives agents and brokers the legal ability to represent a home seller or buyer in the process of buying or selling real estate for their clients. Real estate agents and real estate brokers are required to be licensed when conducting real estate transactions in Illinois, the United States and many other countries.
Some U.S. states have reciprocity agreements in place allowing licensees from other states to become licensed in that state. Details of each reciprocal agreement vary from state to state. States vary greatly, each State has its own definition of "reciprocity," along with their own requirements for obtaining a reciprocal license. Some states have education requirements that must be met by the agent while others require only that the agent fill out a reciprocal license application with the State. Illinois brokers who complete their courses our academy can take their completed courses to many States and provided that you meet their requirements, can start to run an agent business and continue their careers.