Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question or concern? Read through some common questions we get for our classroom and online courses, as well as answers for each. Is the answer to your question not listed here? Give us a call at 813-444-8577 or send us an email via our contact page and we will provide an answer as fast as we possibly can.

Classroom Course FAQ

How long does the course take to complete?

The course is 63 Hours in total. We offer both day and night classes to make it flexible for people with busy schedules. Click Here to View Our Class Schedule!

Where are Classes Held?

We currently offer classroom instruction at our Tampa office.
15691 Premiere Dr #104 Tampa, FL 33624
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If I fail the course exam can I get a refund?

No. The state of Florida prohibits schools from providing refunds for students that do not pass their end-of-course exam.

If I do not pass the end-of-course exam do I have to pay the school again to take the exam again?

No, you can retake the exam as necessary free for one year with our exclusive 1-Year Retake Guarantee.

Do you have to be a State of Florida resident to take this course?

No. You are not required to be a resident of the state to take this.

Online Course FAQ

How long does the online course take to complete?

The online course is available for one full year and is designed to be taken at your own speed. You may spend as much time as is required to fully understand the material. With the 1 Year Free Retake Guarantee, the Florida Real Estate Commission allows two attempts of the end of course exam, then you must wait at least 30 days before retaking the exam.

Once I register for an online course, can I start it immediately?

Yes, you can. Once the online enrollment is completed and you are approved to start your desired course, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Once the confirmation is received, you may begin immediately, or whenever you like. Remember, you will have access to the course for one full year from the time the tuition is paid.

Do I have to finish the online course all at one time, or can I log off and then back on?

The online courses are specifically designed so that you can log out and log back in as you wish. Just be sure to use the proper “EXIT” procedures as outlined in the course, and the course will be bookmarked for your return. The online final exams will usually need to be completed in one sitting (if applicable in your jurisdiction).

If I fail the online course exam, can I get a refund?

No. The state of Florida prohibits schools from providing refunds for students that do not pass their end-of-course exam.

Is my credit card information safe?

Yes. Secure Socket Layer (SSL) with the highest level of encryption available is used to encrypt all of your personal information, including credit card number, name, address, and social security number, so that this information cannot be read as it is transmitted online.

Is Premier Real Estate School of Tampa approved to administer Florida Real Estate Commission Approved Courses?

Yes, of course we are! Our State of Florida License number is ZH1002516.

If I do not pass the end-of-course exam do I have to pay the school again to take the exam again?

No. You can retake the exam as necessary free for one year with our 1-Year Retake Guarantee.

What equipment do I need to operate the online courses?

REcampus online courses can run on either Windows-based PCs or Macintosh OS computers. Our online courses require an Internet connection and the supported browser is Microsoft Internet Explorer, 5.5 or greater.

Is my browser compatible to take your online courses?

Our online courses require an Internet connection, 56K modem or greater, 800 x 600 screen resolution, sufficient memory to run system software and browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5.5 or greater, with Java and Cookies to be enabled.

What are the requirements to become a Florida Real Estate Agent?

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have high school diploma or GED
  • Complete and pass the state approved 63 hour Sales Associate Pre-License course
  • Submit application to the Division of Real Estate with the appropriate fee
  • Pass the state exam
  • Exceptions to the above: Attorneys with a current Florida Bar Card; 4 year Degree in Real Estate

What is required to maintain a license?

The Florida Real Estate Commission requires every new real estate licensee to complete a 45-hour post license course by the expiration date of the initial license. In addition, every licensee must take a minimum of 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years.