A newly released study shows real estate agents and brokers rank continuing education as a valuable and necessary part of their career.
The study, conducted by OnCourse Learning, includes information and insight from more than 1,100 real estate professionals, who shared their preferences for continuing education and the ways they network.
The study, conducted by OnCourse Learning, includes information and insight from more than 1,100 real estate professionals, who shared their preferences for continuing education and the ways they network with other professionals. See how you compare.
The study could be a good barometer of where agents new and old should put their time and money, according to a press release announcing the study.
“We reached out to working agents and brokers to determine how they obtain and use CE, how often they avail themselves of educational opportunities and their networking habits,” Brian Sholly, executive vice president of Real Estate at OnCourse Learning, said in the press release.
According to the press release, the easy-to-read infographic provides demographic information about the study participants, including age, level of education and type of real estate practice and it also contains the opinions of study contributors on the importance of keeping skills sharp via continuing education courses.
“Our results indicate these real estate professionals view CE as an effective way to grow as individuals and move their careers forward,” Sholly said in the release. “Study results show more the 90% of real estate professionals often seek learning opportunities throughout the year.”
Real estate professionals who access this exclusive study can see how they compare to those real estate agents and brokers who took part in this informative study about the importance of continuing education and networking. See how you compare here.