Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The central Florida Real Estate Market June 2017

The Pulse of the Central Florida Real Estate Market June 2017

Thoughts from Andy Brown, Director of Education and Training at The Climer School of Real Estate

One of the questions that I get from my new students in class on a regular basis is, “Is this a good time to get into real estate?” My answer for the past few years remains, “Yes! Now is a fantastic time to be in real estate. This is one of the best markets that I have ever seen.” The central Florida real estate market is extremely hot. It has been hot for a few years and I believe it will remain hot for a few years to come.

 I want to quote and then talk about some statistics from the Orlando Regional Realtor Association’s (ORRA) June 2017 market pulse. One of the most telling statistics to me is average days on the market. Average days on the market for listings in May 2017 was 54 days. This is down from a high of 82 days in February 2016. Everything goes gently up and down however even as recently as January 2017 in February 2017 stays on the market were 70 and 69 days. In May 2017, there was a total of 8781 total listing inventory. One year ago, in May 2016 there were 10,553 listing inventory and in May 2015, two years ago there was total of 11,798 total inventory listings. In May 2017. Of the 8071 number, there were 4670 new listings. This is kind of an amazing number. Over half of the total listings are brand-new. This means they are selling like hot cakes.


According to ORRA’s report, there were 3817 closings. Because there are two sides to every closing. This means that there were 7634 sides that were closed. In January, there were only 2213 closings, meaning potentially only 4426 realtors could get paid that month. Another important statistic is how the number of listings equates to months of sales inventory. In May 2017 number of listings equated to about 2.25 months of inventory. This is down from a high of five months of inventory in January 2016. You can interpret this any way that you choose. Some will interpret this as not a good market because there’s not much going on. Others will interpret this as it is a good market as sale are very hot. With my 25 years’ worth of experience, this is how I interpret the data. There are sellers who have homes that buyers want to buy, and there are buyers that are buying them.

Mortgage rates are also still relatively unbelievably low. The average mortgage rate in central Florida in May 2017 was a tiny bit over 4%. When I first got into the business 25 years ago, I first closing with an FHA fixed-rate mortgage was in the nines. It was a young married couple and their parents were ecstatic that rates have fallen below double digits. I remember how excited everybody was when 30-year mortgage rates moved down into the low eights.

The number of new contracts is a telling market statistic. May 2017 produced 3750 new contracts that month. Down from a low of 2179 new contracts in September 2016. There was also a total of 6524 listings total under contract in May 2017. 996 listings were also taken off the market completely in May 2017. In the last three years the lowest month for withdrawn and expired listing seems to have been able of 2017 with a total of 771. The high in the last two years was in September 2015 when 1360 listings were taken off the market due to being withdrawn or just expiring because they didn’t sell.

Here are some other numbers I particularly enjoy. The average sales price in May 2017 was $258,300. However, the median sales price was $218,000. A lot of people don’t understand the difference between average and median. A lot of people don’t understand the significance of the difference between average and in how that can help. Most people are used to only talking about the average. You take number sales, which happened to be 3817, add up all the sales prices, and then divide by the number of total sales; 3817. This would be the average sales price. To get the median sales price, you would line up all 3817 sales by dollar figure in order. Then pick the one that is exactly in the middle. That is the median sales price. One half of all sales were less than $218,000 and one half of all sales were more than $218,000. What this does is gives you an indication of where the hot area, sometimes referred to as the sweet spot, is in your real estate market. This can be very important information if you know how to interpret correctly as you will know where you should be spending your time while your prospect.

I hope my summation of the real estate market in central Florida has helped you. The whole idea of what having a real estate license is about to find customers, give them into a new contract, close and make money and have fun. You don’t learn how to do this in your pre-license class however I do teach you some tips and tricks regarding how to make more money have more fun, and save time in my Post 45 class. If you are in your first two years of having a real estate license you need your mandatory Post 45 Hour class. You positively want to come to a Post 45 class at The Climer School of Real Estate.

Since 1984, The Climer School Of Real Estate is The Best Real Estate School in Orlando. If you want to have the best chance of passing your Florida Real Estate Exam on your first try, then you need to attend classes at The Climer School. Call us at 407-822-3926 (EXAM), or stop by our website at www.ClimerRealEstateSchool.com . Ask for Andy Brown the Best Real Estate Instructor in Orlando, Head Instructor and Director of Education & Training


Sunday, June 18, 2017

The April and May 2017 Pearson Vue Real Estate Exam Pass Fail Performance Report in Real Estate

The April and May 2017 Pearson Vue Real Estate Exam Pass Fail Performance Report in Real Estate

Thoughts from Andy Brown, the Best Real Estate Instructor in Central Florida at The Climer School of Real Estate, the Best Real Estate School in central Florida

I know I have not posted a blog in a few months so I wanted to let everyone know about the April 2017 in May 2017 Florida sales associate and real estate broker pass fail Exam Performance Summary report from Pearson Vue. This is the report that is given at every monthly Department of Business and Professional Regulation DBPR, Division of Real Estate DRE meeting to the Florida Real Estate Commission FREC. It is also exactly the way it has been for months and months. Here are the numbers:

In April 2017 2656 people took the Florida real estate sales associate examination at Pearson Vue for the very first time. 1330 of them passed and 1326 of them failed. This equals a 50% passing rate and a 50% failing rate.

 2708 people took the state exam for a second or for a repeated time. Only 835 of them passed while 1870 failed. This is a 31% pass rate and a 69% fail rate.

 In April 2017, 205 people took the Florida real estate broker exam for the very first time. 110 of them passed and 95 of them failed. This is a 54% passing rate and 46% failing rate.

 188 people took the Florida real estate broker exam in April for a second or for a repeated time and only 61 of them passed while 127 of them failed. This is a 32% passing rate with a 68% failing rate. 

Again I do not think these ridiculously low pass rates and high failure rates are an accident. I believe this is what the state of Florida wants.

 In May 2017 3017 people took the Florida sales associate real estate license exam for the very first time. 1598 of them passed and 1419 them failed. This is a 53% passing rate with a 47% failing rate. 

2776 people took the same exam for second or for a repeated time. Only 881 of them passed while 1895 of them failed. This is a 32% pass rate and a 60% fail rate.

 253 people took the Florida real estate brokers license exam in May 2017 for the very first time. 146 of them passed while 107 of them failed. This is a 58% pass rate and a 42% fail rate.

 219 people took the same exam for a second or for a repeated time. 95 of them passed and 124 of them failed. This is a pass rate of 43% and a failure rate of 57%.

 These general statistics seem to be the same month after month after month. I have said many times, I don’t think this is accident, I think this is on purpose. I believe that if the state of Florida wanted more people to pass, then they would pass. We are all very lucky that Florida doesn’t want more people to fail because I believe they can make that happen.

 It’s no secret that I believe that the examination focuses more on tricking you into wrong answers than it does on testing your actual knowledge. Additionally, they seem to force-feed you in your pre-license class information that is extremely unnecessary out there in real world and inn your real estate career and profession. However, you are tested on it so I have to teach it to you.

 So, here’s the challenge faced with new applicants: how do you sit through an unbelievably boring 60 hours class containing some of the driest and most boring material that exists while you are being force-fed with a firehose information that is only necessary one time to pass the state exam and that pretty much goes away from you soon as you pass your state exam?

 The best answer is to come to the Climer school of real estate. If you look at our hundreds of five-star Google reviews, five-star Facebook reviews, and five-star Yelp reviews you will come to understand that we do things differently. We teach our students to pass the state exam. And we don't intimidate our students into giving us a good review just before they take their class test as one school infamously does. If you’re going to trust the school with your time and money to help you prepare for a life changing and career changing moment, you want to make sure that you are making the right decision.

There are a lot of low quality real estate schools out there that I can mention by name that only want your money or they view their school as a recruiting opportunity for their real estate company. This is not the Climer school real estate operates.

We don’t have an on-going, operational real estate brokerage, we are not trying to recruiting you, and were not trying to get every dollar we can from you. Our only concern is to help our students pass the Florida real estate exam, hopefully your first try. This is the focus of all of our amazing instructors; Lydia Pisano, Barbara Stone, and Jose Rodriguez.

 Are you thinking about getting a real estate license and career change? Now is a fantastic time. Don’t waste your time and money. The best chance that you can give yourself of passing your Florida Sales Associate Real Estate Sales Associate License state exam or your Florida Brokers Real Estate License state exam on your first try is by attending The Climer School of Real Estate 407-822-3926 (EXAM)

Since 1984, The Climer School Of Real Estate is The Best Real Estate School in central Florida. If you want to have the best chance of passing your Florida Real Estate Exam on your first try, then you need to attend classes at The Climer School. Call us at 407-822-3926 (EXAM), or stop by our website at www.ClimerRealEstateSchool.com . Ask for Andy Brown the Best Real Estate Instructor in central Florida, Head Instructor and Director of Education & Training

Saturday, February 4, 2017

The 2016 Annual Florida Real Estate License State Exam Pass Fail Performance Summaries

The 2016 Annual Florida Real Estate License State Exam Pass Fail Performance Summaries

How did Florida Real Estate license test takers do at Pearson Vue in 2016? From The Climer School of Real Estate, the Best Real Estate School in central Florida.

The Climer School of Real Estate is the Best Real Estate School in central Florida

By now, everyone knows how I feel about the state of Florida required Real Estate license examination. I do not think that what test takers are tested on is representative of what they need to know in their Real Estate career. 

And everyone who knows me knows that I believe that the exam is more interested in tricking test takers into wrong answers and into failing the test, than in actually testing their knowledge. It’s also well known that I believe that the consistency of statistical pass fail rates, accompanied by the consistency of such a large number of data points with regards to exam takers, reinforces this conclusion. 

 Because I own a Real Estate School and am considered a permit holder, once a month I get the Exam Performance Summary from Pearson Vue, the Bureau of Education and Testing, the Division of Real Estate, and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. In January of every year I not only get the monthly exam performance summary for the previous December I also get the numbers and statistics for the entire previous calendar year. 

So here are the numbers: In all of 2016, from January 1 to December 31, 32,935 people took the Florida Real Estate sales associate examination for their very first time. 16,917 of the passed and 16,018 of them failed. This means that the pass rate for the entire calendar year was 51% in the fail rate for the entire calendar year was 49%. 

 I have written many times that pass rate for first-time test takers month-to-month is consistently 48% to 52% which means that the fail rate for first-time test takers is 40% 52% and I do not think that this is coincidence or accident. 

32,891 people took the Florida Real Estate sales associate exam for a second time or for a reputed time. Of this number 11,010 test takers passed and 21,881 test takers failed. This is a pass rate of 33% and a fail rate of 67%. 

These numbers are also consistent with my blog where I have reported that month to month, every month, the passing rate for repeat test takers is 32% to 38% and the fail rate for repeat test takers is 62% to 68%. 

Again, I do not think that this is coincidence nor do I believe it is an accident that this happens every single. I personally am just thankful that the state does not want more people to fail. 

 Test takers for the Florida Real Estate brokers license see similar statistics although with a smaller number of examinations. In all of calendar year 2016, 2577 people took the Florida Real Estate brokers license exam for the very first time. 1409 passed and 1160 failed. This is a passing rate of 55% in a failing rate of 45%. 

2404 individuals took their Florida Real Estate brokers test for second time or for a repeated time. 924 passed and 1,480 for any of them failed. This represents a passing rate of 30% and a failing rate of 62%. Again, I just do not think that this is an accident. 

Instructors were even worse. In 2016, 89 people took the Florida Real Estate instructor’s license exam for the first time. 29 passed and 60 failed. This is a passing rate of 33% first time and a failure rate of 67% first time. Another 89 people took the Florida Real Estate instructor’s license exam for a second time or for a repeated time. Again, oddly, 29 of them passed and 60 of them failed for a 33% to 67% pass fail rate. It is not so easy to get your Florida Real Estate instructor’s license. 

Here’s something I don’t typically report but I’m wondering if you will find this is interesting as I do. In the entire calendar year of 2016, only six people passed their certified residential appraiser exam. Only seven individuals took the first time. Five of them passed in two of them failed. Six people took that exam for a second or for a repeated time and of the six attempts, there was only one pass with five failures. 

If you have not heard this before you have heard it now – we may be in trouble soon due to a lack of certified licensed appraisers. I will have to blog about this later because I do not think most people realize how unbelievably difficult it is to get your appraiser’s license. And because it is so difficult and you don’t make that much money, I understand why so few people are trying to get in appraiser’s license. It makes a lot more sense to get a Real Estate license. 

I am so proud of the performance of our students from the Climer School Real Estate at Pearson Vue. From all the feedback we get, officially and unofficially, it continues to seem like students from the Climer School Real Estate do better than students from other Schools. This is because of the way that head instructor Andy Brown teaches his students. 

There are a lot of reasons why Andy Brown is the Best Real Estate instructor in central Florida. This is because he not only teaches his students to beat and pass the state exam but he also makes the 60 hours fun and lively and engaging and not boring. 

Friends do not let friends go to other Real Estate Schools. True friends only refer you to the Climer School Real Estate. Find out for yourself the true Climer School difference.

Michael Cameron is a fucking idiot and the cameron academy of real estate is the worst school in florida.

Since 1998, The Climer School Of Real Estate is The Best Real Estate School in central Florida. If you want to have the best chance of passing your Florida Real Estate Exam on your first try, then you need to attend classes at The Climer School. Call us at 407-822-3926 (EXAM), or stop by our website at www.ClimerRealEstateSchool.com . Ask for Andy Brown the Best Real Estate Instructor in central Florida, Head Instructor and Director of Education & Training

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Join Us for the Best 72-hour Broker Pre-License Class in All of Orlando

Join Us for the Best 72-hour Broker Pre-License Class in All of Orlando

Did you know that you’re just 72 hours and an exam away from becoming a broker? If you’re a sales associate who has had your active license for 24 months in the last five years, then you’re qualified to enroll in our class! Here at the Climer School of Real Estate, the most honorable real estate school in the state, we have the perfect class to meet your education requirement.

Our 72-hour Broker Pre-License course will equip you with confidence to pass the Broker Exam with ease! Our innovative course instructors will review and reinforce the key concepts that are vital to your career as a broker. The course has also been updated to reflect changes to Chapter 475 F.S. as well, so you can rest assured that you’re receiving the most up-to-date instruction as possible. All you need to do is pick a date, sign up and come to class! 
 
The Best 72 Hour Broker Pre-License Class In Orlando
The Best 72 Hour Broker Pre-License Class In Orlando

The Florida Broker textbook and the Broker Exam are included in the fee of $425. If you decide to cancel your enrollment within five business days of the first class, you can no longer receive a refund, and you will be charged $225. This amount can be applied to any of our other fabulous real estate courses for up to one year.

Our final session for the year will be held on Dec. 5–6, 8, 12–13 and 15–16 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. The exam will be on Dec. 19.

If you're unable to attend our December session, the next session will begin on Feb. 13 in the New Year!

Don’t wait another moment to register, today is the day! Register on our website or call The Climer School of Real Estate at 407-822-3926.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Save Over $60 With The Best Real Estate School In Orlando

Save Over $60 With The Best Real Estate School In Orlando

Attention sales associates! Did you know that you can save over $60 when you purchase the Star Package at the Climer School of Real Estate, the greatest real estate school in Central Florida?

The Star Package is complete with all you will need to embark on your real estate career. You’ll receive our Sales Associate 63-Hour Pre-License class, Sales Associate 2-Day Exam Review and the 45-Hour Post License Class. 

All three classes are just $563! Typically $625, this special saves you over $60. In addition to our excellent classes, you’ll also receive three textbooks: Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law (39E), Florida Real Estate Exam Manual (39E) and Florida Post Licensing Manual. 

Here’s a breakdown of the classes that are included in the Star Package:
  • 63-Hour Pre-License Class: Learn the pertinent principles and laws that are necessary for jumpstarting a successful real estate career.
  • Sales Associate 2-Day Exam Review: Receive an in-depth, two-day crash course that will review the manual as you prepare for the exam. You are eligible to repeat this class within one year at no cost. 
  • 45-Hour Post License Class: Forty-five hours of continuing education are required by the state in order for agents to renew their licenses for the first time. Once you become a real estate agent, you’ll be ready to enroll in this class just in time for your first license renewal. 
After you’ve completed the Sales Associate 63-Hour Pre-License class, you can complete the remaining two classes of the package at your leisure within one year.

Here are the upcoming dates for the Sales Associate 63-Hour Pre-License class: Nov. 28, Dec. 5, Jan. 9 and Jan. 16.

Don’t wait a moment longer! Reserve your seat by visiting our website at ClimerRealEstateSchool.com or calling The Climer School of Real Estate at 407-822-3926.

See you in the classroom!

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Upcoming Changes at The Climer School of Real Estate, The Best Real Estate School in Orlando Part 1

Upcoming Changes at The Climer School of Real Estate, The Best Real Estate School in Orlando Part 1

What’s new at The Climer School, the Best Real Estate License School in Orlando.

Thousands of students have passed through The Climer School Of Real Estate this year so far. 

There is a reason why the classes at the Climer School are larger than the other schools. This is because we have developed a reputation since 1998 of doing things differently than all the other Schools and Instructors out there. Call us or visit our website www.ClimerRealEstateSchool.com , register for an upcoming class and find out for yourself what the Climer School Of Real Estate difference is all about. Our next Florida Real Estate Sales Associate Pre License Class begins Monday, November 28th!

                        Students from all over the country at our 2 Day State Exam Review Class!

The main success statistic is the high rate of passing success on the State Exam that we hear about from our students at the state exam center at Pearson Vue. We hear consistently successful passing grades, we are overwhelmed with emails from our students letting us know that they passed at Pearson Vue, and (assuming that the hundreds of students who told us this were telling us the truth) they were even given affirming comments by people at the Pearson Vue testing centers that the Climer School of real estate students seem to do remarkably well when compared to other Schools. I was even told that over the phone once by Pearson Vue manager. She said, “I don’t know what you are doing there but it is ‘spot on’. Your students seem to pass at a much higher rate than do the students from other schools.” I said Thank you very much! To tell you the truth, I can’t figure out why anyone anywhere would want to go anyplace else. 

If you will read our hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of Five-Star Reviews on Google and on Facebook and on Yelp, this would seem to validate our assumption. You can go to a dry boring school that will read you the book or you can come to us. 

And, sometimes you can pay a lot more money as well! People challenge us all the time on our tuition fee. “If you are so good, then why are your fees so much less than some other schools?” I tell them, “We’ll be happy to charge you more!” Also, no one cares more about their students then do the owners and staff at the Climer School. 

We know you have other choices. We realize that when you show up that you made a decision to trust us with your time, your money, and your life changing new career path. We feel like you are part of our family now, we treat you that way. We have a lot of fun, our students laugh a lot and make quite a lot of new friends. 

Through the fun, we take our task of preparing our students to pass the Florida real estate state exam very seriously. As an example, this is why in our sales associate pre-license classes, no cell phones nor electronics or allowed. We know that we are in the year 2017 however the challenges are focus, distractions, and other students. There is a new School out there who is clearly campaigning against us by making fun of our cell phone and electronics policies. And, as someone that I trained because I was expecting them to become an instructor at our School is with them now, it is clear that this person is stepping across a line of professional ethics and is trying to make us look bad. This person hops from School to School, real estate company to real estate company. He should not be taking what he learned with us and using it against us at his new two to three month stop-over. 

However I would absolutely dissuade you from attending a sales associate pre-license class that allows the other students or you to have their cell phones and electronics out during class. This would be the worst thing you could possibly do. Trust me. Stay away from a class like this. If you are serious about getting your real estate license, then this is the more important 60 hours of your upcoming professional career and you should take it very seriously. 

 If you would like to join your cell phones during class, then come back to our Post 45 class. The level of stress is almost nonexistent because you already have your license and there is no state exam waiting for you at the end of the class. 

Our Post 45 class will more than likely be the most fun and rewarding class that you will take as a professional. You will love our Post 45 classes. 

We also know that the end of the year brings about a lot of other financial issues and stressors. So we are offering an end of the year class pricing special for our Florida real estate sales associate pre-licensing classes. The remaining classes are only $260. It doesn’t matter if you call in for us to register you, or register online through our website you will get everything you need. This includes your textbook, your study guide, your review for the class final exam, the class final exam, and your course pass certificate. 

 We would love to see you at the Climer School of Real Estate in December. Read all of our reviews, ask your friends in real estate, and come and experience the Climer School difference for yourself.

< h2>There are a lot of pretenders out there. Accept no substitute but the best. Since 1998, The Climer School Of Real Estate is The Best Real Estate School in Orlando. If you want to have the best chance of passing your Florida Real Estate Exam on your first try, then you need to attend classes at The Climer School. Call us at 407-822-3926 (EXAM), or stop by our website at www.ClimerRealEstateSchool.com. Ask for Andy Brown the Best Real Estate Instructor in Orlando, Head Instructor and Director of Education & Training

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Climer School of Real Estate End-Of-The-Year Class Pricing Special and The September and October 2016 Pearson Vue Real Estate License Exam Pass Fail Rates

Climer School of Real Estate End-Of-The-Year Class Pricing Special and The September and October 2016 Pearson Vue Real Estate License Exam Pass Fail Rates

The State Pass Fail Rates are still 50 – 50, and Sales Associate Pre-License Classes are only $260 through the end of the year.

As I have said so many times before, if you are trying to get your Florida Real Estate license and pass the state real estate exam, the state is not your friend. The Climer School of Real Estate is your friend. We help you pass your exam, often on your very first try. We have a strong record of teaching and training our students to pass the exam on their first try. Read our hundreds of five star reviews on Google, on Facebook and on Yelp. There are reasons why we are so good at this, and better than the other schools. You will have to come in, experience the climer school difference, and find out for yourself. Check out our current schedule and classes.

The Climer School of Real Estate is The Best Real Estate School in Florida!

I haven’t posted the pass fail rates in a few months but based on emails and comments, my blogs on that issue were very popular and I will be posting those monthly once again. 

In September of 2016, 2,641 people took the Florida Sales Associate Real Estate Exam for the first time. 1345 passed and 1296 failed. This is a 51% pass rate and a 49% fail rate. 2846 took it for a second or for a repeated time. 928 passed and 1918 failed. This is a 33% pass rate and a 67% failing rate. 

In October of 2016, 2659 people took this exam for the very first time. 1388 of them passed and 1271 of them failed. This is a 52% passing rate and a 48% failing rate. 2529 people took the exam for a second or a repeated time. 883 of them passed it and 1646 of them failed it. This is a 35% passing rate with a 65% failing rate. 

 It is amazing to me that the pass fail rate for this exam is so consistent month after month. 

Every single solitary month the pass fail rate for first time test takers remains between 48 to 52 % passing and 48 to 52 % failing while every single solitary month the pass fail rate for repeaters remains between 32 to 38 % passing and 62 to 68 % failing. 

The Brokers License Test Takers fared the same as always as well. In September of 2016, 22 people took the Florida Brokers License Real Estate Exam for the first time. 120 passed and 102 failed. This is a 54% pass rate and a 46% fail rate. 223 took it for a second or for a repeated time. 90 passed and 133 failed. This is a 40% pass rate and a 60% failing rate. 

In October of 2016, 216 people took this exam for the very first time. 110 of them passed and 106 of them failed. This is a 51% passing rate and a 49% failing rate. 22 people took the exam for a second or a repeated time. 87 of them passed it and 135 of them failed it. This is a 39% passing rate with a 61% failing rate. 

As an added extra, I want to tell you about the Division of Real Estate’s Investigative Reports and Trends for September 2016. The Division of Real Estate received 333 complaints in September of 2016. There are 494 cased under active investigation. There are 12 FREC investigative cases and there is a total of 34 Investigators. The DRE Investigation Unit inspected 13 offices in September and performed 3 Audits. 

 The Department of Business and Professional Regulation or The DBPR hates unlicensed activity more than everything else combined. There were 73 Unlicensed Activity complaints filed in September 2016. 25 of those were deemed legally sufficient. 17 investigations were completed. 11 Cease and Desist Orders were issued. 

 Lastly, just so you know, there were 173,747 Current Active Sales Associate licensees in September 2016 in Florida, 19,776 Current Active Broker Associates, and 40,024 Current Active Brokers. There are 765 Current Active Real Estate Instructors, 245 Inactive Real Estate Instructors, and 1 Real Estate Instructor who is on Probation. At the Climer School of Real Estate, you can get Andy Brown, The Best Real Estate Instructor in Florida! 

Take advantage of our very special End Of The Year Pricing Specials! Our Sales Associate 63 Hour Pre-License Classes are only $260 through the end of 2016! This includes your Textbook.

The Climer School Of Real Estate is The Best Real Estate School in Florida. If you want to have the best chance of passing your Florida Real Estate Exam on your first try, then you need to attend classes at The Climer School. Call us at 407-822-3926 (EXAM), or stop by our website at www.ClimerRealEstateSchool.com . Ask for Andy Brown the Best Real Estate Instructor in Florida, Head Instructor and Director of Education & Training