Raise The Bar Real Estate School, which is wholly owned and operated by the Scottsdale Area Association of REALTORS®, provides local real estate professionals with the education and tools needed for continued success and has been doing so for more than 50 years! And Raise The Bar offers a broker licensing course, which will help real estate professionals take their next, important career step.

The talented and highly-revered instructors at Raise The Bar make classes interesting; and combined with friendly career counselors, students experience a positive atmosphere as a result.

The state exam for broker licensing requires successful mastering of all the real estate principles initially learned in the sales pre-licensing course. When this is mastered and a broker’s license is obtained, it opens more career options for the pursuer! Additionally, a broker’s license creates paths for higher earning potential, assures individuals have the education to enter management positions and increases professional standing in the real estate industry.

A student’s primary goal? To pass the state exam, of course! To that end, the program at Raise The Bar is designed to accomplish three things:

  • Reacquaint you with the original real estate principles previously learned
  • Cover those principles quickly and allow the student time to master that knowledge
  • Spend time on fundamental broker issues, case studies, discussions and risk management.

~ How We Are Different ~

  • One-on-one counseling available
  • Convenient online learning from your laptop or desktop
  • Top-notch instructors who are active in the industry and local real estate market


Oct. 18 thru Dec. 1, 2021
Mondays thru Thursdays
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Click to see entire schedule.
More information & registration here.

~ Requirements ~

To become an Arizona broker, the Arizona Department of Real Estate requires you to:

  • Complete a 90-hours of broker licensing education (included)
  • Pass the school’s final exam (included)
  • Pass the Arizona State Real Estate examination
  • Complete 9 hours of broker management clinics prior to license activation (included)
  • Obtain 3 years actual full-time experience as a salesperson or broker during the immediate 5 years preceding application

If you hold or held a real estate license in another state; you may be eligible to obtain a broker’s license in Arizona.

~ Cancellation / Refund Policy ~

Prior to materials being delivered, a 10% administrative fee will be charged for cancellation. Once materials have been distributed to the student, a 50% refund will be allowed up to 10 sessions. Following the 10th session, a $30 additional charge for each session attended will be subracted from any remaining tuition. Once materials are dispensed, they cannot be sold as “new” therefore the school will not accept the return of materials in anticipation of a full refund. Returned checks will incur a $50 service charge.
Please notify us 7 days in advance if you have any disability that requires special services or access.

Raise the Bar School of Real Estate