Kaplan's Minnesota real estate licensing and continuing education programs offer the highest quality real estate education available. Get your career off to a running start and stay ahead of the competition with the real estate school nine out of ten real estate professionals in Minnesota take their required coursework with.
Regardless of the education you need, you can rely on Kaplan. Not only do we understand the Minnesota Real Estate License requirements, we work with the Minnesota Department of Commerce to develop courses that are state-approved. Once you’ve completed your required coursework and are ready to take your real estate exam, you will want to take our highly recommended Exam Prep course to prepare for your exam. When you’re ready to renew your Minnesota Real Estate License, we’ll have you covered with CE courses that fit your busy life and learning style.
We understand the Minnesota state requirements and will show you how to become a real estate agent in Minnesota. We’ll work with you to identify courses that not only meet your needs, but also fulfill your requirements.
We’ve made completing your required real estate education even more accessible with flexible course formats that are designed to fit your education style. You’re sure to find one that best adapts to your learning style.
No matter which course method you pick, you’ll find that each method has the same great education you have come to expect from us. All coursework and programs have been approved by the Minnesota Department of Commerce.
Use your GI Bill® education benefits at Kaplan Real Estate Education in Minnesota!
Veterans eligible for education benefits under Chapter 30, Chapter 33, Chapter 35, and Chapter 1606 are entitled to receive benefits on approved Minnesota live licensing courses at Kaplan Real Estate Education—Minnesota Campus only.
Veterans eligible for Chapter 33 may receive benefits covering up to 100% of their tuition on approved Minnesota live licensing courses at Kaplan Real Estate Education - Minnesota Campus only. Chapter 33 veterans will be able to attend class, for up to 90 days, while waiting for the VA to make tuition payments, provided the student submits their certificate of eligibility to Kaplan at the time of registration.
Students will be required to pay for the difference between the total amount of tuition and the amount of the VA education benefit disbursement.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.