ARTI Academics Featured in Leading Real Estate News Outlet

Over and over again people ask if ARTI Academics is for real. Especially when other schools charge several hundreds of dollars or more. The answer is yes! Just recently, the leading real estate news source for real estate agents, brokers, real estate executives and real estate technology leaders, Inman featured ARTI Academics.

The article titled “Proptech Developers Launch Free Alternative Online Real Estate School“, written by Staff Writer and Technology Expert, Craig Rowe, states “Best of all: Classes offered by Arti Academics are free, and, in keeping with their theme of industry transparency, the classes are also free for the non-licensed public.”

When referring to creating high quality real estate school content, Rowe continued, “Dr. Amanda Wickra [was hired] as the school’s director of education. Wickra holds a doctor of education degree from Pepperdine’s Graduate school of Education and Psychology, where she was named one of the university’s “40 under 40” in 2016.” The article also made mention of a forthcoming mobile app, over 50 existing and proposed new courses, and other initiatives for ARTI Academics looking to the future.

We’re appreciative of all the many instructors, developers, and support staff who have helped make this school a success. Of course, we are also appreciative of all of the students who are currently enjoying real estate licensing and continuing education classes. We look forward to helping you grow your real estate career through education!

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