Illinois Real Estate Online Continuing Education
To successfully complete an online Real Estate Continuing Education course, you must pass a final proctored exam.
Do you want to take your exam at your home or office, morning, noon or night? Anywhere Online Proctoring is NOW available! It is easy to use and a convenient alternative to on-site proctoring. You must have a webcam and high speed internet connection to use this service. Click here to see the minimum requirements.
These two courses can ONLY be taken via our Online Proctoring.
Fraud, Foreclosures, and Short Sales
Illinois Core A and Core B
|12 hr Package||12.00||$98.00||+ Add to Cart|
|Courses with Online Proctored Exam|
|Fraud, Foreclosures, and Short Sales||6.00||$49.00||+ Add to Cart|
|Illinois Core A and Core B||6.00||$49.00||+ Add to Cart|
These courses are for On-Site/In-Person proctoring ONLY, you will need to schedule an appointment to come in and take the exam at one of our many locations throughout the state. See Proctored Exam Instructions for more information.
|Courses with On-Site Proctored Exam|
|Core A: License Law and Escrow w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
|Core B: Legal Issues - Demystifying Real Estate Short Sales w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
|Core B: Legal Issues - Foreclosures w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
|Real Estate Auctions and Valuation (video) w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
|REALTORS® Code of Ethics w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
|The Mortgage Application and Qualifying Process (video) w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
|The Whole Systems Approach to Green Building (video) w/PROCTOR||3.00||$29.00||+ Add to Cart|
- Approved: Recognized and accepted by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
- Flexible: Convenient online and self-study courses that you take at your own pace and can stop and start whenever you want
- Supported: Courses are easy to take, but we are available to help you if you need it
- Instructive: Topics are timely and focus on recurring issues in the real estate business