All real estate courses are sponsored by the Arthur Gary School of Real Estate. For complete information or to register for any of these courses, visit the Arthur Gary School of Real Estate Website or call 856-1712. All of these courses will be held at the Ramada Inn, 357 Odlin Road in Bangor (near the airport). Please note these are considered pre-licensing courses and, as such, attendance at every class is mandatory. Arrange your schedule accordingly!
Students traveling long distances: The Ramada Inn reserves a block of rooms for our students at a discounted rate, particularly for the weekend courses. Call the hotel direct at 207 947-6961 to make your reservation. Be sure to mention that you are taking an Arthur Gary Class to receive the discounted rate.
Sales Agent Course–Register here.
Winter Course will start on Wednesday evening, January 25, 2017, then meet for three and a half weekends and a final exam on Wednesday evening, February 22.
Spring Course will start on Wednesday evening, March 29, 2017, then meet for three and a half weekends and a final exam on Wednesday evening, May 3, 2017.
Fall Course will start on Wednesday evening, September 13, 2017, then meet for three and a half weekends and a final exam on Wednesday evening, October 11, 2017.
Associate Broker Course — Register here.
Spring course will meet on Wednesdays starting on Wednesday, March 29, 2017 and ending on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Fall Course will be a weekend course for those who work full-time and are unable to complete the weekday version. First class starts on Saturday, (TBA) and meets for four weekends ending with a final exam on (TBA).
NOTE: Sales agents taking the Associate Broker Course are required to turn in their completed Documented Field Experience Forms before completion of the course.
Designated Broker Course — Register here.
Not scheduled at this time… contact instructor for more information. Have you taken our survey regarding preferred scheduling?
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