Interested in housing and real estate? Get started for only $30

This real estate training covers property management, construction cost estimation, social housing, and much more.

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  • Whether you want to make a career switch into real estate or you've been selling property for a while, it never hurts to brush up on your skills.
  • This real estate course collection covers property management, construction cost estimation, social housing, and so much more.
  • Get the training you need to become a well-rounded realtor for an affordable $29.99.

There's so much more that goes into a career in real estate than meets the eye. And like most things, the more you put into it, the more you'll get out of it. An excellent place to start is with this Property and Real Estate Management Training Bundle.

This online training course is complete with 85 lessons and 10 hours worth of content covering key topics from the fundamentals of property management to property development, and plenty more. The training kicks off with an all-inclusive guide to real estate investing taught by expert Ben Clardy, who's ready to provide insider tips on the benefits of probate investing. Clardy is a real estate expert with over a decade of experience buying, selling, and renting house in the Atlanta area.

In addition to residential homes, you'll get insight into hotel revenue management and everything that goes into a major construction project. All in all, you'll receive training on a wide range of topics that you can certainly profit off of.

This Property and Real Estate Management Training Bundle is typically valued at $1,400, with each class costing $200, but now it's on sale for a limited time for just $29.99. If you're serious about working your way up the real estate ladder, don't hesitate to take in all that you can from this course collection. If you play your cards right, you can apply what you've learned to bring in the big bucks.

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