Thornton’s Real Estate Academy and courses at GreatWayToLearn.com are approved by the Kentucky Real Estate Commission and the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education. Upon completion of this class, students will be given a certificate for the appropriate clock hours of real estate instruction.
I have been provided and reviewed the personal qualifications of obtaining a real estate license as provided by the Kentucky Real Estate Commission (KREC) and I certify I meet these requirements.
All Kentucky Real Estate License Applicants Must:
- Be 18 years of age;
- Have attained a high school diploma or GED;
(see also: Foreign Transcripts)
- Completed all real estate pre-license courses prior to taking the real estate examination;
- Complete FBI criminal background check; and
- Must apply within sixty (60) days of passing their exam.
Applicants for the Sales Associate License must also:
- Have completed either six (6) credit hours in real estate courses from an accredited college or ninety-six (96) classroom hours in real estate classes from an approved proprietary school; and
- Take and pass the Kentucky Sales Associate exam.
Applicants for a Broker’s License must also have:
- Experience: Two (2) years of experience working at least twenty (20) hours a week as a licensee. The experience verification affidavit is only provided as a part of the application by the testing service once the exam has been passed; and
- Education: Twenty-one (21) credit hours with twelve (12) in real estate from an accredited college with three (3) credit hours in Brokerage Management or three hundred thirty-six (336) classroom hours in real estate from an approved proprietary school with forty-eight (48) in Brokerage Management.
I understand that part of the qualifications for obtaining a real estate license will be to contact the FBI and request a background check. If previously convicted of a felony or certain misdemeanors, it is my understanding I should contact the (KREC) before proceeding with any class.
The tuition fee is due upon registration. (Check or Charge Cards Accepted) Refund Policy: 100% refund is registration is canceled prior to the first access of course material in addition to 14 Day Money Back Guarantee.
In the event I drop out of this class, for a period of 6 months, I may pick up coursework during another class at no additional cost.
In the event I drop out of this class after 1 year, I may re-register and start over (within the following two years) at a discounted rate of 50% of then current tuition.
This class has been approved by the (KREC) as meeting their education requirements. I acknowledge my personal responsibility to complete the required classes while maintaining a passing score of at least 75%.
Answers to Basic Questions
What technology do I need to take the course?
Our courses will probably work just fine with the software loaded on your computer right now and if not, you’ll be prompted to download any program you might need. You receive a 14 day money back guarantee so you can try out the course on your device.
What if I have a question?
Access internal ticketing system at any time. Technical support is available 24/7 via chat, phone, or ticket system.
How do I pay for the course?
We accept Visa & MasterCard via the website, or you can mail a physical check to:
Thornton’s Real Estate Academy
P.O. Box 50610
Bowling Green, KY 42102
How long will it take me to finish a course?
You work at your own pace. You can finish in as little as 12 days or take up to 6 months until all material is completed.
How much is tuition for your courses?
How long will it take me to complete a course?
Pre-license coursed may be completed in as little as 12 days (8 hours per day maximum credit) or you can take up to six months to finish all the required material. When you attend and complete coursework is entirely up to you as long as you finish within the prescribed time period.
Are courses available on holidays?
Yes. Our courses are available online 24/7/365 so you can access anytime you have Internet access. Technical support is provided 24/7/365.
Can I apply previous/transfer previous education or college credit towards my completion?
The Kentucky Real Estate Commission regulations do not allow us to grant partial credit from other institutions.
Can I get credit from your school that will apply at my local college or university?
We can’t determine what another entity may or may not accept, but we will provide a copy of any students’ transcript/certificate upon request.
How will I get proof of attendance?
Once all coursework is completed, you will be provided with a certification of completion that will serve as an official transcript.
What is your refund policy?
14 Day Money Back Guarantee on all courses. Free previews also available for all courses.
What is your withdrawal/dismissal policy?
Students may be dismissed for failure to follow established rules and regulations posted on the school’s website and agree to by the student via the posted AUP. “Acceptable Use Policy”
Students may withdraw from any course at any time. If the withdrawal is for medical reasons, the student will be allowed to re-enter the course at a later time without penalty.
Who is the instructor of record?
Todd Thornton is the instructor of record for pre-license and broker management courses.
Which courses do you offer?
Principles and Practices of Real Estate (Pre-License)– This 96 hour clock hour program covers Kentucky real estate license law in addition to general knowledge and standards of practice expected of agents who wish to join the real estate industry. The course meets the educational requirement for licensure as a real estate agent as regulated by the Kentucky Real Estate Commission.
Broker Management Skills Course– Sorry, but we no longer accept new registrations for this course. Existing students have until the end of October 2016 to finish.
Kentucky Broker Law- Sorry, but we no longer accept new registrations for this course. Existing students have until the end of October 2016 to finish.
What are the prerequisites for your courses?
Principles and Practices of Real Estate- No prerequisite
Additional Information from Regulators
Student Protection Fund- KRS 165A.450 requires each school licensed by the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary to contribute to a Student Protection Fund, which will be used to pay off debt incurred due to the closing of a school, discontinuance of a program, loss of license, or loss of accreditation by a school or program. To file a claim against the Student Protection Fund, each person filing must submit a completed “Form for Claims Against the Student Protection Fund”. This form can be found on the website at: http://kcpe.ky.gov
Process for Filing a Complaint with the School
Please contact Todd Thornton directly at email@example.com or call 270-303-5811.
Filing a Complaint with the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education
To file a complaint with the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education, each person filing must submit a completed “Form to File a Complaint” (PE-24) to the Kentucky Commission on Proprietary Education by mail to Capital Plaza Tower, Room 302, 500 Mero Street, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. This form can be found on the website at: http://kcpe.ky.gov
All terms and conditions subject to change without notice.