Most of our courses are narrated. You can begin our narrated courses from phone, tablet or computer. No special apps are needed and your 24/7 access is instantaneous. Simply, click the ‘My Courses’ tab and the button labeled ‘Open.’
Launch your first chapter or course to begin. Our instructor begin talking you through each topic, drawing from readily-applied; real-world examples from his over 35+ years of practicing in real estate. The course is self-paced, allowing you to print notes, review previous material, and (if applicable) take and re-take quizzes as often as you like throughout the access period.
When life calls you away to take a phone call, pick up the kids, or go on vacation, you have the luxury to stop-and-go whenever please. Simply click ‘exit’ and the program saves your place. If required by your State, the course includes any required course surveys / tests.
The process of issuing course credit / certificates differs from State-to-State. In States like Hawaii, REMI will send you an email to let you know your completion has been submitted to the State usually within 1-3 business days (allow 8 to be safe). In each State students are each responsible for independently confirming they have completed the requirements and that the State has everything they need for processing (fees, paperwork, course completions, all steps completed). Instead of REMI submitting completions to the State, some States (ex: Iowa and Washington) ask that students print and save their own certificates in case of audit.
If you have any questions about our process, feel free to call us: (808) 230-8200
Confirm with your State licensing authority to confirm details and to check for updates on procedures or education requirements.
Last updated: 6/5/2023
Our courses are phone / tablet compatible. If you need help enabling the presentation window to open -- see below.
If you do not see the presentation, check that pop-ups are enabled on your device. For example, if you using Safari, you can go to the gray Settings icon, then scroll to Safari, and then scroll down to Block Pop-ups to be sure that the setting is gray / inactive. If your setting is green, it means pop-ups are blocked and the presentation cannot launch in a new window.
If you are using Chrome, look for 3 dots. Click those dots and you should be able to click "Settings" and then "Content Settings" and look for an item labeled "Block Pop-ups." If your setting says 'On' it means pop-ups are blocked and the presentation cannot launch in a new window.
Steps can vary based on the device and version of software you are using.
Last updated: 5-1-2020
You have access to the course for 6 months from the date of purchase unless otherwise specified by REMI or State rule.*
*Iowa students: Pre-licensing courses in Iowa have a strict 4 month expiration date per the Iowa College Aid dept. Iowa CE courses have a strict 6 month expiration date from date of purchase.
Note: In the rare event that a course unexpectedly becomes unavailable, REMI reserves the right to provide an equivalent course where applicable.
Last updated: 9/14/22. Info subject to change by State at any time. Check for updates.
REMI's courses do not require any special software or custom apps. You can complete the courses just by logging into our homepage on major web browsers including Chrome, Safari, Firefox.
We strongly recommend keeping your computer and device software updated including security and anti-virus programs. Likewise, keep all browsers updated with regard to operating system updates, security updates, and anti-virus software. Like most websites, we do not anticipate any problems, but even so, it is best to be prepared..
The course is accessible 24/7 from computer, phone or tablet. Taking breaks is easy. Close out the window, and the system will save your place for when you return.
You can stop and go as you please for minutes or hours at a time. Closing the window saves your place so that you can pick up where you left off the next time you login.
Since sessions can time out due to inactivity, we do not recommend leaving the presentation window open while you are gone.
Most licensing authorities require students invest at least 50 min of studying for every credit hour received. All of our courses are narrated. The audio provides content and is part of the tracking mechanism by which you are able to meet the State's time requirement.
(This mechanism is adjusted in rare cases a course is marked as unnarrated / read-only).
Yes, we do! Contact us at (808) 230-8200 and we'll get something set up for your team!
REMI authors most of its courses in-house. Company owner and Principal Broker, David Catanzaro, is REMI's primary author and instructor.
Updated: of 10-10-22
Our company name, pronounced 'remmie,' stands for Real Estate Management and Investment. REMI School of Real Estate is a trade name of Digital Learning Centers, LLC.
REMI School's policy n the spirit of Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 (with amendments thereto) and the 1990 ADA and Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and requirements for online learning. REMI School and its parent, Digital Learning Centers, LLC will not exclude our enrollees from participation in, deny benefits of, or subject enrollees to discrimination under any of our programs or activities. All enrollees shall have equal accessibility to online instructional opportunities.
Yes, technical support is available during normal operating hours. To request support, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 808-230-8200.
The best way to reach the instructor is through the 'contact us' tab or by sending your question directly to to email@example.com.
Hawaii licensees must be aware that AHEAD of sign-up:
Licensees are responsible for knowing the Hawaii Administrative Rules related to Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons (HAR Title 16, Section 99). A copy of HAR 16-99 from the State's website is found below. This information is subject to change without notice. Licensees are responsible for checking for updates.
Hawaii Administrative Rules (§16-99-115) require licensees provide continuing education providers with picture identification and a current real estate pocket card or notification of licensed status from the commission. Licensees are responsible for submitting these items to REMI via email or postal mail prior to beginning a course for credit. Failure to do so may impact the ability to receive credit for the course.
The DCCA (licensing branch) has rules about taking duplicate elective courses. These rules are subject to change without notice. At the time of this writing, licensees may receive credit for duplicate course titles, but not in back-to-back bienniums. If you have taken a course in the most recent biennium, you will want to choose different titles this biennium. Courses with the same title but taken from different schools are not considered duplicates. Please contact the real estate commission for questions.
We'll be happy to help with additional questions. Email us through the 'Contact Us' tab or call us at (808) 230-8200
In your message, be sure to indicate the course type and State for which you are completing the course.