PHOENIX, Feb. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Arizona School of Real Estate & Business (ASREB), a division of the Hondros Education Group, announced today it is teaming up with Arizona Academy of Real Estate (AARE) in a partnership that will unify real estate education in Arizona.
The Phoenix-based schools will pool their talents to represent the largest real estate program in the state. ASREB has established a plan to smoothly transition employees, students and the real estate industry by April 30, all staff will be one team and all classes will be one program under the ASREB brand.
"We are excited by the opportunity to join forces with the Arizona Academy," said Kevin McClure, president, ASREB. "We believe that by combining schools, we can better serve the consistent growth in the Arizona real estate industry and provide more value for those who are a part of it."
The reimagined institution sets out to achieve a new, higher standard of real estate education in the state. The strategic foundation of the partnership is the fact that together, these Arizona real estate education institutions will provide additional resources to professionals and students alike.
"At AARE, our goal has always been to help build a solid foundation for our industry through quality education," said Debra Prevost, president, AARE. "I'm excited that this partnership with ASREB will help us do that even better and I look forward to what the future holds." Prevost will continue to serve the school in an advisory capacity.
The combined institution will offer students and professionals the benefit of a wider access to leading real estate education programs, industry experts and tools that are designed to stay a step ahead of an ever-changing real estate market. In addition, the schools will also benefit from the transition of the AARE career partner program, which gives students expanded visibility to agencies who are actively recruiting new agents. Ms. Prevost will be a consultant in this transition.
"We have been watching the Arizona Academy of Real Estate with keen interest since we purchased ASREB in 2013," said John Hondros, chief executive officer, Hondros Education Group. "The Arizona real estate market is booming and the Phoenix metro is forecast to be the number one housing market in the U.S. Combining these two great schools will allow us to meet the increasing demand for well-trained real estate professionals."
AARE has been supporting students in the real estate and lending industries since 2005, in Peoria, Scottsdale, Phoenix and Mesa locations.
About Hondros Education Group
Hondros Education Group consists of leading real estate education companies that focus on classroom and online delivery as well as exam prep and textbooks. Hondros College of Business, Hondros Learning, CompuCram and the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business offer real-world career training to the adult learner through an engaging and highly relevant educational experience. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Hondros Education Group has been offering local classroom and national online professional education for over 40 years. For more information, visit www.hondroseducationgroup.com.
About Arizona School of Real Estate & Business
The Arizona School of Real Estate & Business offers quality license education for real estate, mortgage, home inspection, appraisal and insurance as well as non-license industry programs. Over 300 extensive continuing education courses are offered each month along with professional development education and events. The school has enjoyed both local and national recognition as an industry leader for over 45 years educating hundreds of thousands of students. The school also supports a leading industry publication featuring national and local expert writers and columnists. Classroom courses are offered in Scottsdale, Gilbert, Glendale/Peoria and Prescott, as well as on-line renewal tailored for Arizona licenses.
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