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REALTOR University

Texas REALTORS® University at ARBOR prepares you to pass the licensing exam and succeed in the real estate business. Our school is part of the Texas Association of REALTORS®, an organization with more than 75,000 active Texas REALTORS®.



Not all real estate agents are REALTORS®. ARBOR REALTORS® are members of the National Association of REALTORS®, the Texas Association of REALTORS® and the Arlington Board of REALTORS®. Our members adhere to the professional Code of Ethics and maintain a high level of professionalism.

ARBOR Education

Our Education Mission is to provide our members with classes and courses aimed at professional growth and knowledge. By providing courses in real estate related subject matter, our members will remain at the top of our industry and provide real estate customers with the best services possible by a REALTOR®.

We provide a variety of classes of:

  • Informational Subject Matter
  • MCE or SAE Education Hours
  • GRI REALTOR® & ABR Designation Courses, SRES, plus many others
  • Real Estate Technology Classes

For more information regarding Pre-Licensing, Designations, License Renewals, Training Classes and Schedules, please feel free to contact the ARBOR Education Dept at 817-701-2490 or email:

ARBOR Scholarship Program... The Arlington Board of REALTORS® is proud to provide financial assistance through it's Education Committee to two deserving students graduating this year. These scholarships will help to offset college expenses and defray the expense of college tuition and fees. The Goal is to award two $1,000 scholarships in 2008 to two students graduating from an Arlington ISD, Mansfield ISD or Kennedale ISD high school, an area private school or an area home school.



Core Classes are defined in the Provisions of the Real Estate License Act (TRELA), Chapter 1101, Texas Occupations Code Section 1101.003, and the Rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission, Section 535.62(f).

Mandatory Courses
Principles 1(P1) TREC #0111—In this first introductory course to Real Estate the student will be introduced to various Real Estate topics such as: Estates, Transfers and Titles, Encumbrances, Agency and its responsibility, Contracts, The Real Estate License Act, and Fair Housing Laws.

Principles II (PII)TREC #0112—This second introductory course will complete the basic training for the student with studies in Landlord and Tenant, Property Management, Escrow, Title Insurance and Settlement, and Real Estate Finance.

Law of Contracts (LC)TREC #1200—This course will cover the elements of contracts; offer and acceptance; statute of frauds; remedies for breach, including specific performance; unauthorized practice of law; commission rules relating to use of adopted forms; and owner disclosure requirements.

Law of Agency (LA)TREC #1111— This course will give the student a fundamental understand of the relationship between a principal and an agent; an agent’s authority; the termination of an agent’s authority; an agent’s duties, including fiduciary duties; employment law; deceptive trade practices; listing or buying representation procedures; and the disclosure of agency.