Have you always been intrigued by an interesting and rewarding career in real estate?
Why train as a Professional Real Estate AssistantReal estate offers many career opportunities and today more than ever before brokers, developers, property managers and REALTORS® expect and demand skilled and competent assistants to help them succeed.
PRA® Professional Real Estate Assistant is a dynamic career choice that provides the flexibility to let you work from home or from an office, full or part time, and for one or multiple companies.
Working as a Professional Real Estate Assistant lets you unlock your entrepreneurial spirit and combine your experience, skills, and knowledge to support a real estate business. Read what our grads have to say.
As a PRA® Professional Real Estate Assistant you can:
What is the difference between a Licensed and Unlicensed Real Estate Assistant
An unlicensed real estate assistant supports real estate professionals in the day-to-day administrative management of their business. Professional Real Estate Assistants are an essential component of the real estate industry. Being unlicensed limits the duties assistants are able to perform. For more information on unlicensed assistant guidelines, contact your Real Estate Regulator. Read general guidelines for an unlicensed real estate assistant.
Licensed real estate assistants have qualified for the same license as a REALTOR®. They have successfully completed a recognized licensing course and have satisfied all licensing requirements just as a REALTOR® would. Generally a licensed assistant can perform many of the same tasks as a REALTOR®.
We have trained both licensed and unlicensed assistants, as well as new REALTORS®, who wanted to strengthen their administrative foundation. Read our Student FAQ.
What does a PRA® Professional Real Estate Assistant do?
Real estate professionals must spend considerable time and effort on servicing their clients and increasing business and revenue. If their time is being consumed by daily administrative tasks, it limits their ability to focus on more networking and sales.
The role of a Professional Real Estate Assistant is to support real estate professionals.
Typically, a Professional Real Estate Assistant can work for a brokerage, for one or many REALTORS®, or for themselves as a freelancer. The career flexibility is ideal.
Our programs are designed to provide Professional Real Estate Assistants with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.