Massachusetts Real Estate Continuing Education
Do you find real estate continuing education classes dry and boring? Keep Me Certified is a Massachusetts board certified online real estate school. They specialize in offering a Real Estate continuing education courses. The real estate license renewa l requirement in Massachusetts states that salespersons must complete 12 hours of continuing education every 2 years.
The Code of Ethics course is also offered as well through their school. This course is generally required by local and national real estate associations for their members to keep their memberships active. It is a 2.5 hour course and is included in the full $55 course fee. What’s nice is that agents can use this 2.5 hour ethics course to count for their membership requirement AND their continuing education credits required by the state. The only catch is that the 2.5-hour course only counts as a 2-hour course for state CE requirement.
According to Jeff Weiss of Keep Me Certified they have been around since the beginning of 2012 and boast “thousands of students” that have already completed their course. Their website is also well designed and intuitive to use.
If you’re tired of sitting in a classroom or hotel conference room for 12 hours, keepmecertified.com is certainly another choice to take an online real estate continuing ed class.
You can take their online CE course from any computer/laptop or mobile device that supports video, even apple products too. Their servers track how far in to each video you are down to the second so if you lose your internet connection or your computer freezes, when you restart the video it ether picks up where you left off or allows you to fast forward back to the point where you left off.
Registered students are given a referral link that they can send to their colleagues around the office to get them to signup as well. For every referred student that signs up, Keep Me Certified sends you a check in the mail for $10.
Keep Me Certified is also very active with their social profiles. Their Google plus page has a number of positive 4 and 5 star rating reviews while their Facebook page has a respectable amount of likes considering they are a real estate school and have only been operating for about one year. Their twitter page is active but on par with many individual and business accounts they do not have many followers.
Here are a couple of reviews recently posted by students who have taken the course:
The Keep Me Certified team has a very active blog that covers topics from their business practices to funny student stories. There were a few notable articles worth mentioning that I found to be well written. “The Real Talk Promise”explains how they interact with you when you’re having a phone, live chat or email conversation with their support team. In another article titled “What is good customer service” they define the level of expectation that their customer service team is upheld while delivering on their promise.
One thing that sets them apart is that there is a diverse wealth of knowledge, reviews, stories and overall expectations that are explained in any one of their numerous blog articles.
Here’s the kicker, they offer a 100% money back guarantee. Not one of those guarantees with a 500 word “small print” paragraph full of rules.
Here is their entire refund policy:
We’re very proud of our online continuing ed course we created for agents and brokers in Massachusetts. So proud that we stand behind it 100%. If for any reason you’re not satisfied with the course, let us know and we’ll fully refund your credit card. For obvious reasons, if you’ve already received a certificate of completion from us we can’t offer you a refund.
In summary, Keep Me Certified offers a phenomenal course with phenomenal service which is a rare combination to find from almost any company nowadays. Whether you’re a Massachusetts real estate agent that needs to complete your continuing ed or just a naturally curious person who can appreciate a good business model, Keep Me Certified’s Massachusetts real estate school is definitely worth checking out.