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Once upon a regulatory change, the Alberta real estate council decided to stop teaching real estate. They would still issue licenses, no problem. But the pre-licensing education piece would be up to private schools.
There were plenty of colleges that had real estate in the catalogue, but Relo saw a gap: there was no dedicated online real estate school that had an exclusive focus, plus the real-world business training to provide a holistic experience.
So, we stepped in to fill it. Now, Relo is the best boutique real estate school in the province, and we think beyond the basics. We provide easy, engaging pre-licensing training with a dash of personality, and we’ve built a network of top experts who want to share their experience. We’re growing fast, and looking forward.
Will you join us?
Ultimately, it’s pretty simple: we’re here to build better real estate professionals. We’re a boutique professional school that goes beyond the basics. We’re a technology-enabled platform that reimagines what’s possible for online real estate training. And we’re a community of change-makers who want to see you win.
Relo’s courses are recognized by the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA), and we are proud to provide industry-leading, competency-based education. To learn more about RECA, please visit their website.
Director, Real Estate and Mortgages
Say Hello to Sue
As the owner of her own consulting firm, Sue Styles has been as a business trainer in the real estate industry for nearly two decades. She is an expert at high level systems, organic lead generation, and best practices – and her insights often expose what is being missed in an entrepreneur’s business.
Sue is a certified business coach with the Certified Coaches Federation and has been an instructor with the local real estate board as well as the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT’s School of Business and Leadership).
She is a well-known industry thought leader; she has been interviewed for FORBES Magazine on the subject of “time management,” has her own podcast called “Mind Your Own Business,” has been a guest speaker at many brokerages across Canada and the United States, and is the author of two business books.