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3.90/5

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The only benefit was that it prepared me for the state exam. It is very affordable, and the website is user friendly. In my opinion, the material was challenging to process, and the testing was frustrating because of the proctoring. I did have to retake the state exam because of the poor material, but with all the studying, I passed my second time around.

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The price is great but the lack of communication is very unprofessional. Instructors do not return emails at all.

Re-write and word questions using proper grammar. The run-on sentences are very confusing. Take another course. This one is a rip off especially when you get to the 30-hour course.

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It was horrible. This does not only come from me, but a friend of mine who did not continue because of how bad it was. The courses, testing, support & responses were the worst. The only favorable aspect was their affordable pricing. I literally had to study outside material & contact others for their materials to pass the state exam. Luckily, I did get enough material from outside sources & passed the state exam on the first attempt. I personally do not recommend it.

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The customer service replied quickly and was able to offer me a refund over the phone upon hearing my concerns with the course.

The program completely lacked any kind of visuals, charts, videos, or even real life example scenarios; NOTHING help increase comprehension of the material. The "law reading" assignments read like contract language that was nearly impossible to understand given that we were not given the proper context or vocabulary needed to understand it. The Power Point that followed was a regurgitation of the law reading but SLIGHTLY more understandable. LOADS of information and lists were provided and it was left to us to try to decipher which of it was most important to commit to memory. I somehow doubt I would have been tested in real life on how many hours of education I would have needed to become a Cemetery Broker when I am attempting to get a sales license, yet hours were spent covering this type of useless material.

I emailed my so-called teacher a simple question and never received a response even three days later. Ultimately I spent 13.5 hours completing just 9 PERCENT of the 30-hour credit course before quitting and purchasing a much better online program.

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I liked the fact that it was online, user friendly, and there were no technical issues. The only problems that need improvement are the spelling errors and some important material that wasn't provided in the curriculum. I also think that it would be beneficial for users if they could offer a print out of the book in case they need to reference back when it comes to studying for the state exam.

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Read the negative reviews!!! Don't believe any of the good reviews that you see. This is a horrible course! I have gone through in-person real estate school before and taken the test to only fail the 2nd part by 1 point. So, I know what it's all about. This course is not designed to help you learn anything! You will not learn how to pass the state exam from the way they ask their questions. There are a lot of long run-on sentences that would confuse the smartest of people. Poor grammar and just basic mistakes are rife throughout the whole course. I am not sure about the best class but, if this is the top-rated, I question the whole rating system. I am just livid with the incompetency of what passes as a real online school. JUST BAD!!! Can't even say ANYTHING good!

My advice to Real Estate Express: Take a grammar course. Learn how to teach people, instead of unclear trick questions.

If you manage to get through the absurd course and test, the graduates of this course will need more training! I am looking into other options to help me.

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The content for the National portions was decent. Some instructors online are ok, one is exceptionally good, some, not so good. The coursework is … average. The tests grade you, but you don't have any idea what you missed or got right, and no idea what to study if you fail an exam.

The Colorado coursework material is YEARS outdated. Sometimes by as much as a decade. You read that right. They're teaching from a decade-old contract that barely resembles the one used today. Colorado's coursework should have the option for ZERO stars.

The Colorado Regulations they teach? Those changed YEARS ago and don't even correspond to course material now. REX coursework will say something like "Rule F5 says" ... except Rule F5 changed years ago and isn't even in the Colorado Real Estate Manual (CREM). Likewise, in one section on record keeping in the coursework, it says, "See the CREM for how do to this" -- and that section doesn't exist any more in the manual -- and isn't covered in the coursework. I called the REX help line and said that the content was far, far out of date. The reply? We're still accredited with Colorado, so it must not matter.

My colorado "instructor" just wasn't there most of the time. The "email instructor" thing was a joke. It got so bad, I started keeping track. Example: in the last course I took, started keeping track of how many questions I sent and how many answers I got. I sent 11 questions. Got one reply. Question was something like, "This paragraph is very unclear about XYZ. Could you clarify?" And the only answer I got was a copy/paste from the teacher of the confusing paragraph.

There were errors in their closing documents, contradictory statements in the coursework (ex: Agents NEVER measure a property; next chapter: Here's how you measure a property!). When I asked which it is... no reply.

The exams are SUPER confusing