This page and the pages that follow outline the cost of each course required to be paid when you obtain your real estate license
There are 5 courses for the initial period of training
Course 3 for Ontario Real Estate
Course 3 General - The Real Estate Transaction & Course 3 Advanced - The Residential Real Estate Transaction
The Real Estate Transaction - General
This course provide a detailed overview of the real estate transaction, from listing agreement through to the final sale.
Pre-requisites: Successful completion of Course 1 and Course 2 for Ontario Real Estate
This course will provide a detailed overview of the real estate transaction, from listing agreement through to the final sale.
Students in the pre-registration segment of the program must complete Course 3 General and either Course 3 Advanced Residential OR Course 3 Advanced Commercial. The remaining Course 3 Advanced not selected must be taken during the Articling segment.
Students who choose Classroom delivery may take this course independently through a 40-hour classroom session, or alternatively, take a combined 80-hour classroom session of either:
Students who enrol for the e-Learning or Correspondence delivery must, at the same time, select and enrol for the subsequent 40-hour classroom session of either:
Please note: Course 3 General need not be repeated during the Articling segment.
The E-Learning study method is available for Course 3 General only. The e-Learning portion is followed by 40 hours of classroom work.
Correspondence plus 40 hour Classroom
Students who enrol for the e-Learning or correspondence segment must, at the same time, select and enrol for the subsequent 40 hour classroom segment to take place following the suggested completion date (approximately 30 days as noted on the e-Learning and correspondence schedule below).
80 hour Classroom
How to enrol
Call the OREA Real Estate College at 416-391-6732 or 1-866-411-6732.
40-Hour Classroom Schedule
There are three study methods of study for course 3
1. E-Learning & Classroom for Ontario Real Estate
The e-Learning study method is available for Course 3 General only.
Students who enrol for the e-Learning segment must, at the same time, select and enrol for the subsequent 40 hour classroom segment to take place following the suggested completion date (approximately 30 days as noted on the e-Learning schedule).
2. Correspondence & Classroom
The correspondence study method is available for Course 3 General only.
Students who enrol for the correspondence segment must, at the same time, select and enrol for the subsequent 40 hour classroom segment to take place following the suggested completion date (approximately 30 days as noted on the correspondence schedule).
The 80 hour classroom session will cover Course 3 General and Course 3 Advanced Residential or Course 3 General and Course 3 Advanced Commercial, depending on the course selected at the time of enrolment.
Instructors use a combination of teaching methods with particular emphasis on case studies and problem-solving exercises. Instructors (experienced practitioners in real estate and related disciplines), meet strict standards established by the OREA Real Estate College.
The classroom promotes discussion between students and with knowledgeable instructors, and gives students the opportunity to clarify, expand, and discuss course materials and issues.
Classroom instruction is mandatory for selected courses or portions thereof, while optional in others.
Classroom students are expected to attend 100 percent of scheduled classroom hours. If attendance is less than 70 percent, you will not be eligible to write the final examination.
The next section for costs to obtain your license is course 4
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