2020 Maine Sales Agent Home Study Course
The state of Maine requires that a person pass a 55 hour Sales Agent course with a 75% or better overall course grade, in order to qualify for a Sales Agent license. Our Home Study course covers all of the topics that you will face on the Maine Real Estate Exam. The state exam is currently administered by Pearson Vue, and is also required by Maine License Law and Rules to be passed with a 75% or better.The course fee includes all course materials, text book, shipping, and the course final exam. Once you receive notification that your order has been processed and completed by the Real Estate Institute of New England staff, you will gain access to your course documents via your student portal.The introduction will instruct you on beginning the course, as staff prepares to ship you the course text, the 9th Edition Maine Real Estate Principles Practices by Elaine Richer. You will also receive a handy pocket guide; the National Association of REALTORS� Antitrust Compliance Guide for REALTORS�, and electronic versions of the Maine Real Estate License Law and Rules Reference Book, Pearson Vue�s Maine Real Estate Candidate Handbook, and the Maine Real Estate Commission�s Sales Agent Outline which breaks down the percentage of questions from each topic that you will encounter on the course final exam, as well as the State Exam.The course is broken down into 5 modules, each containing exercises, case studies, and a quiz. The completed modules must be sent to the email address indicated in the course introduction packet. You will also be required to schedule the course final exam with the Real Estate Institute of New England staff. One advantage of the Home Study version versus our Live In-Class Versions, is that the Home Study students are given 2 attempts on the course final exam to bring their total course score to a 75 or better.Please see additional school policies for more information regarding course expiration, refunds, retake and transfer fees. If you have any questions about this course, please call the School at 207-856-1712!