Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions
Because of the student-centered policies that offer you a positive experience tailored to your own needs. Utah Real Estate School, TLG is one of the oldest, continuously operating real estate schools in the state of Utah. We have a proven track record of success. Our school opened in 1994, although it has benefited from several different ownerships through the years.
Originally owned by Wardley Corporation, Better Homes and Gardens, it graduated many students from Wardley Real Estate School who have gone on to very successful real estate careers. In 2001, the school was acquired by NRT, National Real Estate Trust, the largest real estate company in the country. Under NRTs ownership, the school operated as The Real Estate School and then Utah Real Estate School, NRT. From 2004 2008, the school operated under the direction of Tammy Lund, who was employed by NRT. Tammy has been licensed in Utah as a real estate agent since 1983. Tammy won many top awards as an agent, but her real pride came as a branch broker when she helped develop six Rookie of the Year finalists for the Salt Lake Board of Realtors.
Tammys husband, Byron, has education running through his veins as a retired Social Studies teacher, having taught Sociology, Advanced Placement Government, Economy, and U. S. History for the Granite School District for 34. 5 years. In 2008, Tammy and Byron Lund formed The Lund Group, Inc. to purchase the school from NRT. Their commitment is unwavering to offering the best education available and to preparing students for real-life successful roles in the real estate profession. Whether you want to work full time and earn a high income in the real estate business, or youd like to work part-time while pursuing other personal or business ventures, or perhaps youd just like to make personal real estate investment purchases, youll find Utah Real Estate School, TLG to offer the most flexible, student-centered environment for real estate education.
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