Most frequent questions and answers
Yes. The online enrollment process includes credit card verification. In under a minute, you are approved to start your desired online course(s). You will receive an e-mail confirmation for your records and you may begin the course immediately following registration at any time you choose.
Your online courses are engineered to “remember” where you left off, so you can return to a given section at a later time. Make sure you use the proper “Exit” buttons in the course so that your course is bookmarked properly. Normally you will need to complete online final exams (if applicable in your jurisdiction) in one sitting.
No, the state of Florida prohibits schools from providing refunds for students that do not pass the end-of-course exam.
Yes! Our State of Florida permit number is ZH1002257.
Yes. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) with the highest level of encryption available is used to encrypt all of your personal information, including credit card number, name, address, and social security number, so that this information cannot be read as it is transmitted online. For all pages through which personal information is transmitted, SSL is used.
No, you can retake the exam as necessary free for one year with our exclusive 1-Year Retake Guarantee.
REcampus online courses can run on either Windows-based PCs or Macintosh OS computers. Our online courses require an Internet connection and the supported browser is Microsoft Internet Explorer, 5.5 or greater.
You may still access the internet using your AOL account. Simply dial-up using your AOL connection, but we recommend minimizing your AOL screen after signing on to the Internet by clicking the minus sign in the upper right-hand corner of the window. You can then launch Microsoft Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button, selecting programs, then choosing Internet Explorer.
Our online courses require an Internet connection, 56K modem or greater, 800 x 600 screen resolution, sufficient memory to run system software and browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5 or greater, with Java and Cookies to be enabled.
• Be at least 18 years of age
• Have high school diploma or GED
• Complete and pass the state approved 63 hour Sales Associate Pre-License course
• Submit application to the Division of Real Estate with the appropriate fee
• Pass the state exam
• You do not need to be a Florida Resident.
The FL Real Estate Commission requires every new real estate licensee to complete a 45-hour post license course by the expiration date of the initial license. In addition, every licensee must take a minimum of 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years.