GET YOUR HAWAII
REAL ESTATE LICENSE
Ball School of Real Estate was formed to continue the long tradition of
educating real estate licensees and would be licensees by providing them with a
grounded professional approach and emphasis on the ethics required in the
exciting business of real estate.
Already a successful real estate broker for 20 years and owner of a dynamic
brokerage, Carol Ball became a licensed real estate pre-license instructor in
2001. Since that time she has successfully prepared her students for not only a
mastery of the material required to pass the real estate licensing exam but also
to prepare them to enter the competitive world of real estate sales. Using her
vast knowledge borne of over 30 years of real estate experience and a lifetime
on Maui, Carol has inspired her students to begin new careers and for some, a
new life in the world of real estate sales.
Carol is a Realtor member of the National Association of Realtors and holds
national designations of Certified Real Estate Broker Manager, Accredited Buyer
Representative Manager, Certified Residential Specialist and Graduate Realtors
Institute. She is an accredited real estate prelicensing instructor and continuing education instructor. Carol holds a Masters in Educational Psychology
and a Certificate in Online Teaching from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and
a Bachelors in Education from the University of Michigan. She served on the
Hawaii Real Estate Commission for eight years and as its chair in the final year
of her tenure.
The Carol Ball School of Real Estate, a certified prelicensing and continuing
education school in the state of Hawaii, continues the tradition of excellence
by offering live and on-line Real Estate Prelicensing courses and Continuing
Education courses. The
Hawaii Real Estate Exam Book, written by Madge Walls and
edited by Carol Ball, is a study guide to the state section of the Hawaii real
estate exam. It is available by instant download here. This book provides a
supplementary resource for those who are studying for the state portion of the
Hawaii real estate licensing exam.