360training expands Montana real estate offerings with addition of the Montana 60 Hour Broker Premium Prelicense package
Austin, TX, July 10, 2018 – 360training.com announces the launch of the newly updated Montana 60 Hour Broker Premium Prelicense Package with all the tools to pass the state licensing exam on the first attempt. Priced at $425, the package prepares Montana salespeople to take the next step in their real estate careers.
The Montana Board of Realty Regulation requires broker license applicants to have two years’ experience as a salesperson, complete 60 hours of prelicense real estate education, and pass the Montana Broker Examination.
The Montana 60 Hour Broker Premium Prelicense Package includes the online broker prelicense course, which explores real estate topics and successful brokerage management. A state-specific exam prep is also included to help learners review concepts and prepare for the licensing exam.
The comprehensive Montana 60 Hour broker Premium Prelicense Package covers the following topics:
- Brokerage Operation
- Business Management
- Office Policies
- Human Resources
- Licensee Training and Management
- Risk Management
- Liability Issues
- Title Insurance
- Property Management
- Montana Real Estate Broker Exam Prep
The Montana 60 Hour Broker Premium Prelicense Package is available on the 360training.com Montana real estate education page, where Montana real estate professionals can browse the packages and courses that are right for them.
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