I’m going to tell you how to pay a real estate instructor.
It’s not complicated.
But if you’re like me, and you’ve heard of the terms “paid-for” and “guaranteed,” you’re probably asking yourself “What the hell is it??”
It’s a good question.
Here’s how to know if it’s a paid-for or guaranteed class:1.
Are the instructors who give the class “free”?
Yes, they are.
If they give you a class and then you want to take it elsewhere, you can get paid by the hour.2.
Are there fees?
Yes, there are.
You pay for the class by the class hour, and if the instructor can’t do it on the hour, you’ll pay.
You’ll also have to pay your instructor a “fee.”3.
Is there an insurance policy?
The instructor must be licensed by the state of Montana.4.
Is it advertised?
It can be on a website like craigslist, and it can be found on the internet, or on your phone.5.
Is the class online?
You can register on the online registration page.
But the instructors aren’t required to be online.6.
Is this a real world class?
Yes it is!
You will be given a course description, a class schedule, and your class times and locations.
If you register online, you have an idea of what the class is like, and the instructor will tell you when you can go.7.
Are they from Montana?
Yes they are!
The instructors in this class are Montana-based.
So, yes, this class is real, and they will give you all the tips you need to be successful in real estate.8.
Do they have to be from Montana to teach it?
Yes of course!
There are a few things you need.
First, the Montana State Board of Land and Natural Resources (MLNR) is the agency responsible for licensing real estate instructors.
Second, if you don’t have a Montana license, you need a Montana Land Use Permit (LTPL) for a person who is 21 years old or older.
The LTPL can be obtained online.
You can also call the MLNR to learn more.
If the instructor is from another state, you must have a valid, Montana-issued license.
Third, you will need to have a good credit rating.
You need to work with a certified professional to do it, and there are lots of options.
If all else fails, you should also look for a company that will help you obtain the real estate license.
If all else does not fail, you might be able to get a refund.
If that happens, just send the instructor an email asking them to send you a bill of sale for the real property they’ve taught.
They will refund your money.
You can also make your own payment plan with the same company you used for your real estate class.
You have the option of making a payment plan online or by mail.
You also can set up a deposit, and make payments on a monthly or quarterly basis.
You will need an internet connection to use your bank account.
You don’t need a credit card.
The Montana Real Estate Board of Review (MREBOR) is a state agency responsible with licensing real property instructors.
The MREBor’s website has information on the Montana real estate licensing process.
There’s also an online class registration page that you can use to find out about the licensing process in your area.
There is also a real-estate website that has information about classes.
If you do decide to get paid, you may want to do this in the summer.
This is the time when the real-life instructors teach more often, and people who don’t live in the same area may not be able be home at the same time as the instructors.
If the instructors you’re considering pay you, you are required to sign a contract stating that you will follow the terms of the contract and you will not be in violation of the law.
If a contract is signed and you do not break any of the rules, you could be charged a civil penalty of $500.
The Montana Real Property Board of Ethics (RMTE) has information to help you get started.
If that doesn’t work, you don�t have to worry about getting the contract signed.
You may be able get a signed contract signed by a realtor, real estate agent, or mortgage broker who will sign it.
If it doesn’t do that, you’re in luck.
If someone is paying you, and says they’re from Montana, you just have to go to the state licensing office to make your claim.
If no one is there, you still need to go in person to the realty office to