Thursday, June 30, 2011


In response to you who missed my classes and have written me, I have decided to hold another class, my last class for the year, on August 1-12. It will be the same format as the last time, Monday through Saturday, class will be from 9 to 4:30, Sunday will be a take-home midterm. Monday through Thursday of the following week will be the same routine, class from 9-4:30 and the course final will be held on Friday, August 12 from 8-noon. This regimen should prepare you well for the state licensing exam which I expect will be held on August 13. I think that we have the routine worked out so it provides the maximum effectiveness for the result we all want.

Some students have asked about their ability to obtain the books ahead of time so they can digest the information more leisurely. We have found that it is more effective for the students to study in the same order that the assignments are written. The materials will thus be ready a few days before the first class for the students to get a head start on the first assignment. After that, each night there will be a new assignment for completion prior to the class the next day. That way, the students focus on the material, bite by bite, just like you eat an elephant.

If you would like to register for the real estate prelicensing course please call Maui College at 984-3231. Tuition is $725 and materials are $129.

See you in August!

Thursday, June 2, 2011


Not only did we have a great class May 2-13 but everyone in the class passed the course! It's some kind of record since that hasn't happened since 2001 when I started teaching this course.

I am trying some new techniques and this class was really into it. I guess it worked because, we did it! Reports are still coming in but 93% of the first time takers from out class PASSED BOTH SECTIONS In the May 14 Hawaii state licensing exam.. Hoo Rah, Good job. 

I have received a great number of calls from people wanting to know the date of my next class. Sorry to say, I do not plan on another this year.

That said, there is a possibility if there is enough demand that I might hold one in the fall, if my time permits. Let me know if you want one and I will evaluate the results and my time availability.


If you are a licensee on the mainland and do not need to take the education requirement you might be interested in my book to prepare you for taking the Hawaii part of the exam. Go to the website at