Why Choose Hogan

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The Best Exam Prep in the Industry

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Best Value

Career Start Package

$659 $494

Package Highlights:

  • CompuCram® Online Exam Prep
  • Introduction to Real Estate Contract Writing Course


  • 90 hour pre-licensing course
  • School Exam
  • 30-day refund policy
  • Textbook and Course Materials

Basic Package

$559 $419


  • 90 hour pre-licensing course
  • School Exam
  • 30-day refund policy
  • Textbook and Course Materials

Hogan School of Real Estate offers online, livestream, and classroom options, so you can take your real estate pre-licensing courses in the format that works best for your learning style. You’ll be able to choose your course format and your start date after purchase.

6 Months Same as Cash Available Through PayPal Credit

Use PayPal Credit’s digital, reusable credit line to shop our courses, and get 0% interest for 6 months on purchases of $99+ every time you shop. Get a credit decision in seconds with a quick application.

PayPal Credit gives you the flexibility to pay for your purchases right away or pay over time. It’s easy to apply, easy to use, and it’s there whenever you need it. PayPal Credit is subject to credit approval as determined by the lender, Synchrony Bank.

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You can apply for PayPal Credit without logging out of ASREB! When you apply for PayPal Credit, you’ll be asked to:

  • Provide your date of birth
  • Provide your income after taxes
  • Provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number
  • Agree to the Terms and Conditions

You’ll know within seconds if you are approved. And your PayPal Credit account will be linked to your regular PayPal account and you’ll see it as a payment option every time you check out with PayPal.

Other Payment Options

While we do not accept traditional financial aid such as FAFSA, Pell Grants or VA funding, we do offer several methods of payment to help get you started in your new career. Speak to a Career Specialist to get more information at 1-800-659-8088.

PayPal Express, credit card, cash or check also accepted.

How do I get my Arizona real estate license?

1. Complete Required Education – In-classroom OR online

2. Get a Fingerprint Clearance Card

3. Pass the School Exam

4. Schedule your License Exam

5. Complete the Real Estate Introduction to Contract Writing Course

6. Submit Your Application

See Full AZ License Requirements

Why become a real estate agent?
If you’ve ever considered a fresh start in a lucrative career, there has never been a better time to become a real estate agent. As a real estate agent, you have the opportunity to help people with one of the biggest decisions of their life – buying a home! In addition to helping people, here are a few of the many reasons why becoming a licensed real estate agent could be the right fit for you:


You have the fulfilling task of helping people with their home buying or selling experience.


The economy ebbs and flows, but at the end of the day, there will always be customers in need of your services and support to buy and sell homes.


Make your own hours that work for you and your schedule.


You’ll have the chance to meet new people and be social in your community on a daily basis.


Take your career to the next level by becoming a licensed real estate broker. Be your own boss and build a team of your own.


The average salary for a real estate sales agent is $55,860*. Depending on your personal business goals, the sky’s the limit when it comes to your earning potential.


House flipper, property manager as well as any company that expands and builds new office sites, or has a land acquisition department.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics (2018)

How many classes can I take in one day?
The Arizona Department of Real Estate limits students to two sessions (10 hours) per day. For more information on Arizona laws and regulations, visit www.azre.gov.
How old must you be to get licensed in real estate in Arizona?
You must be 18 years of age at the time you apply for your real estate license. For more information on Arizona laws and regulations, please visit www.azre.gov.

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