Tuition: Cost of the full Course is $399.00 or for the Utah Law Course is $200.00
Registration Contract: It is hereby agreed by the undersigned student that registration in HARMAN REAL ESTATE ACADEMY, for the course applied for, obligates the student to pay tuition in full. Tuition is not based on completion of the course.
In the event legal action is instituted by School to collect all or any portion of the tuition fee, the undersigned agrees to pay such sum as the court may fix as well as a reasonable attorney’s fee. It is also understood by the student that the registration fee is valid for twelve months from date of registration. No refunds after 48 hours. If you are approved for a refund, you must return any and all textbooks you were given upon registration to the Academy before the refund can be processed. Any requests for an extension must be in writing and if granted a $150.00 fee will be charged.
Materials used by the School are copyrighted and are to be used only for personal study and are not to be reproduced or used for any other purpose. This student agrees that if he/she allows anyone to reproduce any of the School materials, he/she will be legally responsible for any infringement of the pertinent copyrights.
The School reserves the right to terminate the enrollment of a student for conduct not in the best interest of the School’s objectives.
Harman Real Estate Academy policies are subject to change. Harman Real Estate management may add or change policies as necessary at anytime.
This student agrees to the terms and conditions hereon and acknowledges that he/she has read and received a copy hereof.
On examination day, candidates will be required to answer a series of licensure questions regarding identity. Candidates will need to have either their Social Security number and be a U.S. citizen, or have an I-94 or Alien Registration Number available for data insertion to comply with 8 U.S.C. 1641.
The sample questions listed below are representative of the questions candidates will be asked when taking the examination. There may be some variation between the sample questions presented below and the actual questions that will be provided during the exam.
Carefully and accurately answer the questions on the exam. False or inaccurate answers to the exam questions may result in license denial, revocation, or other disciplinary action. After the candidate has completed the prelicensing requirements, the Utah Division of Real Estate will review the information provided and make a decision on the candidate’s qualifications.
Are you at least 18 years of age? YesNo
Do you attest that you have a high school diploma of GED? YesNo
Have you EVER had a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity) denied, revoked, or suspended? YesNo
Have you EVER had a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity) sanctioned? Sanctions include, but are not limited to, having a credential restricted, limited, placed on probation, being required to pay a fine or penalty, take education, or comply with any other condition? YesNo
Have you EVER been sanctioned or banned from engaging in any activity by Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA (HUD), VA, or similar organization for any period of time or for any reason? YesNo
Have you EVER been ordered to cease and desist from any conduct related to a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity)? YesNo
Have you EVER allowed a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity) to expire or lapse while you were under investigation by a regulatory or licensing body, or while a regulatory action was pending against you? YesNo
Do you have knowledge of any complaint, investigation, or disciplinary action CURRENTLY ongoing or pending against you by a regulatory or licensing body? YesNo
Have you EVER been convicted of, or pled guilty or nolo contendere to a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense? A traffic offense can be prosecuted as a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense. Where this is the case disclosure is required. YesNo
Have you EVER resolved a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense through a plea in abeyance, diversion agreement, withheld judgment, or other method whereby a charge was held in suspense during a period of time in which you were on probation or were obligated to comply with conditions outlined by a court? A traffic offense can be prosecuted as a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense. Where this is the case disclosure is required. YesNo
Currently, are you aware of any investigation(s), indictment(s), or criminal charge(s) for any crime in any jurisdiction which are pending against you? YesNo
Have you EVER been court martialed or discharged other than honorably from any branch of the armed service? YesNo
Have you EVER been required to register as a sex offender? YesNo
Have you EVER had a judgment entered against you in a civil court or in a bankruptcy court on the basis of fraud, misrepresentation, or deceit, or in any matter related to the purchase, sale, management, finance, loan origination, or valuation of real estate? YesNo
Have you EVER been found in contempt of court? YesNo
After the candidate has completed his/her prelicensing education and passed the examination, he/she must submit to the Utah Division of Real Estate the judgment or any court documents which define the conviction, the sentence, and whether all conditions of probation have been satisfied. The Utah Division of Real Estate Commission will then review the application and make a decision on the candidate’s qualification. Candidates will be asked to attest to the truthfulness of these same questions at the time they take the examination.
Welcome to the Harman Real Estate Academy. We congratulate you on your decision to pursue a career in real estate. We are committed to providing the best in real estate education. In order to orient you to the policies and procedures of the Harman Real Estate Academy, it is required that you read this packet in its entirety. We want you to feel comfortable from the first day of class until you graduate from the course. Knowing how the Academy works will help you get the most out of your education. If you have any questions that are not answered in this packet, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Tuition is due upfront and is non-refundable after a 48 hours grace period, we do not offer payment plans. (See table below for courses and pricing information). We recommend prospective students come in to our office to pay for tuition, pick up books, and meet the staff members whom oversee pre-licensing progress. If you are unable to make it into our office due to distance we will be more than happy to take a payment over the phone and can ship your books to you for an additional $15 shipping fee. This option is also available for locals but we look forward to meeting you in person if we can.
Full Pre-Licensing Course. National & Utah $399.00*
Utah State Licensing $200.00*
Additional Principle & Practice Credits $12.50 per 3 credit class
CE Credits Coming Soon!
Textbooks are included with enrollment!
Once your registration is complete you will be given a username and password. Go to www.harmanrealestateacademy.com and find the login tab at the top right corner of the screen. You may need to maximize your screen to see the login tab depending on your browser, we recommend Google Chrome. Once you’re successfully logged in you can begin completing lessons in any order you like.
The course is self-paced with a deadline of one year from the date of enrollment. Our course curriculum is offered 100% online but students have the option of attending most classes live for credit. Live lessons are held twice a week on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5:15 to 7:20pm. Students will need to check the online calendar to be sure class is being held, the calendar is updated on a month to month basis.
Each lesson is taught by lecture and is two hours and five minutes in length. Students are required to watch or attend 120 hours of lectured training in order to meet the pre-licensing requirements.
Each online lesson is interactive and divided into video segments. This means that, approximately every 7-15 minutes, there will be a question you must answer correctly in order to continue onto the next segment. If the question is answered incorrectly, the previous segment will replay over again until answered correctly. Segments also serve as check points for saving progress. In order to ensure that students are attentive during the lectures and do not skip through the material the fast forward and rewind feature has been disabled A video may be paused but progress is only saved after the completion of a segment. Your place will be lost if you exit your browser or reload the webpage mid segment and you will be required to re-start from the beginning of that segment.
Students are strongly encouraged to READ the assigned chapters prior to watching or attending a lesson lecture. You will get much more out of each lecture if you have already carefully read and studied the material. Pay attention to the difference between the lesson number and the chapter number as they are usually not the same.
It is recommended that students follow along with their textbook and jot down any questions they might have next to that topic. It is also recommended that students open the associated PowerPoint found under Reference Material on the lesson overview pages. All answers to the interactive questions can be found in the PowerPoints, press (Ctrl + f) to search for key words if you have trouble finding an answer.
Each video segment must be viewed in its entirety to receive full credit for a lesson. You will see a green check mark next to completed video segments. Once all segments are complete you will see a green check mark next to that lesson on the lessons menu. Optional exercises are available for most lessons but are not required.
After you have completed all of the lessons, you may begin to take practice tests. Practice tests are not required before you take our school finals, but they serve as a useful study guide and we highly recommend that you take several before attempting the finals. This is for several reasons. First, after taking practice tests, you are allowed to review the answers. This is very helpful in locating trouble spots and improving your next score. We encourage you to keep taking practice tests until you reach 90 percent or more. This ensures that you are well prepared for both our school finals and the licensing exams.
Tips for taking practice exams:
Final exams are available online but can also be taken at the academy. Tests will be administered anytime during our office hours up until an hour before we close 9am – 4pm. Two finals are required, one for the State portion and one for the National portion. These tests can be completed separately and in any order. There are 100 questions on the national final and 50 questions on the state final. You must score 80% or better to pass. If you fail a final, you may retake it, but you are required to wait until the next day. Please remember that unlike practice tests, you are not allowed to review the answers to the final exams until after you pass.
By signing the New Student Orientation Packet you acknowledge that you have been made aware and that you agree to keep all course material including all Practice & Final exam questions confidential. You also agree to take the Final Exams as an individual. Students who share test information or who are caught teaming up will be expelled from Harman Real Estate Academy and all achieved credit hours will be forfeited at no refund.
After the Final
After you pass the finals, you will need to obtain a Certificate of Completion from the Harman Real Estate Academy before you will be allowed to take the licensing exam. Before signing your certificate, we will check several things: first, that all of your lessons are completed and signed off by one of the school coordinators, second, that both of the school finals were completed with a score of 80% or higher. Once you meet all of the qualifications and receive your certificate you are then officially “pre-certified” and ready for the licensing exam.
The Licensing Exam
After you receive your certificate of completion, you will then need to schedule your licensing exam with a Pearson VUE testing center. You will need your original certificate in hand when you schedule and when you arrive to take the test.
If you have taken all of the Practice Tests and passed our school finals with an 80% or better, you should have no trouble passing the exam. Please take advantage of the Practice Tests and other supplementary materials provided by the school. They will greatly increase both your understanding of Real Estate and your likelihood of passing the state exam.
Certification of Receipt of New Student Orientation
I "the signing student" certify that I have read the New Student Orientation Packet in its entirety. I understand the policies and procedures of The Harman Real Estate Academy and agree to abide by them. I also understand that subjects, policies or requirements may change at any time. By signing this agreement, I realize that I will be held accountable for all of the information contained in this packet.
Harman Real Estate Academy policies are subject to change.
Harman Real Estate management may add or change policies as needed.
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