Certified Luxury Real Estate Agent

Certified Luxury Real Estate Agent Designation (CLRA)

Includes 10 Hours of TREC Credit  The luxury home market is booming! The CLRA designation course will allow you to join the most elite agents in the country who are now specializing in working with affluent clients and concentrating in the luxury home market. Increase your knowledge and hone your skills when working with upper-tier buyers and sellers. The goal of the Certified Luxury Real Estate Agent designation is to provide agents with the training, tools, and techniques to provide the highest level of service to both luxury buyers and sellers. There are no monthly or yearly dues. The tuition is a one time fee.

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Sale Ends: October 20
Discount Code: luxury50
$249 now $199

This CLRA Designation includes Includes 10 Hours of TREC Credit, along with case studies, example forms, quizzes, homework, and exams, all designed to enable you to target the most relevant topics and thoroughly understand the materials.

Nela Richardson, the chief economist of Redfin, said, ``There is still strong buyer demand for high-end homes.``

Based on a NAR survey data, the median income of REALTORS® with at least one real estate designation is 82% higher than the median income of those without at least one designation (Source: NAR Member Profile). Earning a real estate designations and certifications helps members to increase their expertise and marketability, giving them a professional advantage.


According to CNBC, there has been a supply shortage of luxury homes in the US for almost three full three years. Redfin stated, there was a 4.9% increase in the value of the top 5% of homes sold in the third quarter of the year. The average of these homes was $1.71 million. Despite declining inventory, luxury sales soared in the third quarter.” Million-dollar listing sales were up 11 percent from last year, while homes priced at or above $5 million rose almost 10%, says Richardson.