Real Estate Licensing - USA

Practice Exams for Real Estate Agents, Salespersons and Brokers

You are at front of the best guide available for Real Estate Licensing practice exams. Our practice exams provide an excellent tool to help you master the topics and questions that most often appear on all Real Estate Licensing exams. Our Real Estate practice exams are professionally structured by a team with many years of experience, not only in the Real Estate industry but also as Colleges instructors.

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Real Estate Salespersons, Apprisers, Brokers or Agents students in USA  Real Estate Salespersons, Apprisers, Brokers or Agents students in USA 
Along with the iPad and Android version, a brand-new iPhone mobile app is ready to use!

Each state requires that real estate agents, salespeople and brokers take and pass a state examination to get a license. Our practice exam covers the major Real Estate subjects areas:

Laws of Agency
• Fair Housing Laws and Regulations
• Leasing and Tenants
• Property, Ownership, Estates and Interest
• Rights of ownership
• Managing Property 
• Contracts and Deeds
• Estate and Tenancies
• Transfer of Property
• Financing
• Mortgages
• Valuation and Market Analysis
• Closing Statements
• Environmental Laws
• Planning and Zoning
• Taxation
• Real Estate Math - Typical Problems

You don't need to memorize the questions and answers because this is not the real exam, instead you should read and understand the concepts behind the question. Do not miss this opportunity to improve your chances of passing your Real Estate Certification exam.
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Real Estate Salespersons, Apprisers, Brokers or Agents students - Practice-Exam
The Real Estate Practice exams have been designed to prepare Real Estate Salespersons, Apprisers, Brokers or Agents students in each state of USA, including: California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Kansas, Texas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Montana, Arkansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Connecticut, Wyoming, Indiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Alabama, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Idaho, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Hawaii and Alaska.