Take your 75-hour NJ real estate course online with our proven, easy to use system from any phone, tablet, or computer.
BlackTree School of Real Estate's courses were built to be taught online. We understand most of our students are juggling class with a job, family commitments, and a busy life. All of our classes come with a self paced student dashboard so you can study from anywhere right on your phone.
Once you pass the course we stay with you all the way through the state exam. Every class includes a full exam prep course designed specifically to help you pass the NJ State Exam.
Get your NJ real estate license online from the comfort of your home.
Create your own schedule by mixing and matching any of our scheduled courses to complete the 75-hour prelicensing course required for an NJ real estate license.
Choose how you'd like to learn with BlackTree School of Real Estate. You can study in the evenings with our live online night programs, or choose your own schedule with our flexible enrollment course.
Our 75-hour evening pre-licensing course allows you to fit the course in at night over the course of several weeks.Learn more
Mix and match any of our scheduled courses and attend when it's convenient on your schedule.Learn more
Did you go to another real estate school, and now you're having trouble passing the state licensing exam? This is the class for you.View Courses
I took my NJ Salesperson Licensing evening course from BlackTree School of Real Estate. Tim and his team are extremely knowledgeable, thorough and genuinely interested in helping you succeed. Tim goes above and beyond to help his students and provides you with real life examples and concepts that are valuable in the real world. I highly recommend this school and thoroughly enjoyed my experience.
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