Online Real Estate Education Site to Help Members Become Licensed or Renew Licenses

A partnership between Jupiter-based My State MLS and The CE Shop will provide real estate professionals a more convenient way to participate in online educational courses as part of their licensing requirements.

My State MLS, a nationwide multiple listings service for real estate specialists recently joined The CE Shop’s affiliate program to offer high-quality and coveted continuing education classes at a discounted rate. Members of My State MLS can now complete licensing courses in other states and keep their certifications in multiple states.

The CE Shop offers pre-licensing, exam prep, post-licensing and continuing education classes online in all 50 states. The company also helps its participants by giving information to help agents grow their business once they pass the licensing obligations.

“Our partnership with The CE Shop is one of many ways we are helping our members to expand their reach and make their businesses even more lucrative,” says Dawn Pfaff, founder and president of My State MLS. “At My State MLS, we are constantly seeking out new ways to help our members increase their success.”

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