Is RealEstateU legit and Accredited?

All licensing courses provided by Real Estate U are accredited. That means that they are approved by each state real estate commission. In addition most courses are also approved by Arello.

Click on one of the states below to see the accreditation details.

California

Is RealEstateU accredited in California?

Yes! RealEstateU's 135-hour online California real estate salesperson licensing courses are fully approved by the California Department of Real Estate.

To check RealEstateU’s accreditation, you can perform a search via the DRE website:
CLICK HERE!
Under 'Enter Course Provider Name' type in:
Real Estate U Online LLC

Then click on the "Get Course List" button and the search result will display the courses that are approved by the DRE.

Florida

Is RealEstateU accredited in Florida?

Yes. RealEstateU and the Florida courses are fully approved by the Florida Real Estate Commission.

Georgia

Is RealEstateU accredited in Georgia?

Yes! The 75-Hour RealEstateU Online Georgia Real Estate Salesperson course is fully approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission and Arello.
The approval number under the Georgia Real Estate Commission is: # 8066

The approval number under Arello is: # 7742

Please have a look at page 43 of the following PDF document:

Michigan

Is RealEstateU accredited in Michigan?

Yes! The RealEstateU online 40-hour Michigan real estate salespersons course is fully approved by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and Arello.
The RealEstateU school approval number is: 557
The RealEstateU online 40-hour MI real estate salespersons course approval number is: 557-3040
The RealEstateU online 40-hour MI real estate salespersons course ID number is: 16120

The Arello approval number is: 7234

To check RealEstateU’s accreditation, please click HERE and scroll down to pages 20 & 21.

Missouri

Is RealEstateU accredited in Missouri?

Yes. RealEstateU and the Missouri courses are fully approved by the Missouri Real Estate Commission. In addition, the Missouri real estate license coursework required to earn a Missouri real estate license has received approval from ARELLO – the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials.

New York

Is RealEstateU accredited in New York?

Yes, the RealEstateU 75-hour online NYS real estate salespersons course is fully approved by both the NY Department of State and Arello.

RealEstateU 75-hour online NYS real estate salespersons course:
NY Department of State approval number: F01038
Arello approval number: 6977

RealEstateU 22.5-hour online NYS continuing education course:
NY Department of State approval number: C06641
Arello approval number: 6904


You can verify RealEstateU’s accreditation by performing a search via eAccessNY:
eAccessNY (CLICK HERE)
Under 'Search by Organization' type in:
Real Estate U

Then click on the 'Real Estate U' link, which will take you to RealEstateU's 'License Details' page.

North Carolina

Is RealEstateU accredited in North Carolina?

Yes. RealEstateU and the North Carolina pre-license course is fully approved by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.

Pennsylvania

Is RealEstateU accredited in Pennsylvania?

Yes! The RealEstateU 75-hour online Pennsylvania Real Estate Salesperson course package is fully approved by both the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission and Arello.

You can perform a search via the PA Real Estate Commission's website to verify RealEstateU's school accreditation:
https://www.pals.pa.gov/#/page/search Click on 'Facility' search and select the Board/Commission as "Real Estate Commission" and license type as "Real Estate Education Provider (RU)".
Enter in RealEstateU's license number: RU003293
Click 'Search' and RealEstateU will appear in the search results.

The following are the individual approval numbers by the Commission for each pre-license course:
30-Hour Real Estate Fundamentals: CR009393
45-Hour Real Estate Practice: CR009394

Arello is tasked with approving all online real estate licensing courses.
Here are the Arello approval numbers for each of the RealEstateU Pennsylvania pre-license courses:
30-Hour Real Estate Fundamentals: #7133
45-Hour Real Estate Practice: #7134

South Carolina

Is RealEstateU accredited in South Carolina?

The RealEstateU 90-hour online South Carolina real estate salespersons course is fully approved by the South Carolina Real Estate Commission and Arello.

The following are the individual approval numbers by the Real Estate Commission for each pre-license course:
- 60-hour South Carolina Unit I: DPL 1062 001
- 30-hour South Carolina Unit II: 1062

Tennessee

Is RealEstateU accredited in Tennessee?

Yes. RealEstateU and the Tennessee courses are fully approved by the Tennessee Real Estate Commission.

Texas

Is RealEstateU accredited in Texas?

Yes, RealEstateU's 180-hour online Texas real estate salespersons course is fully approved by the Texas Real Estate Commission.

RealEstateU's TREC Provider Number is: #9034

The following are the individual course approval numbers from TREC:
Principles of Real Estate - Part 1: #121
Principles of Real Estate - Part 2: #122
Law of Contracts: #1251
Promulgated Contract Forms: #351
Law of Agency: #1151
Real Estate Finance: #451

You can also perform a search on TREC's website for our company name: "Real Estate U Online LLC".

Virginia

Is RealEstateU accredited in Virginia?

Yes, the RealEstateU online 60-hour Virginia real estate salespersons course (pre-license course) is fully approved by the Virginia Real Estate Board. The course is taught by a qualified Board-certified real estate pre-license education instructor.
The course approval number is: 0214022850

RealEstateU is also an approved Real Estate Proprietary School by the Virginia Real Estate Board.
RealEstateU's certification number is: 0211001225
Please have a look at page 38 of the following PDF to see RealEstateU's certification:
Approved Virginia Real Estate Schools

Washington

Is RealEstateU accredited in Washington?

Yes. RealEstateU and the Washington pre-license course is fully approved by the Washington State Department of Licensing.

Wisconsin

Is RealEstateU accredited in Wisconsin?

Yes, the RealEstateU 72-hour Wisconsin Real Estate Salesperson course is fully approved by the DSPS.

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