How To Apply For RealtyHop Scholarship

RealtyHop is a real estate platform that offers an annual scholarship to United States high school sophomores or Undergraduate students. The essay scholarship is worth up to $1000 which is usually limited to about one or two scholars yearly making it very competitive. As an aspiring applicant, this comprehensive article will guide how to apply for the RealtyHop scholarship.

Tips To Applying For RealtyHop Scholarship

(a) Know When The Scholarship Opens

The RealtyHop scholarship is usually open for application in April, and August every year.

(b) Understand The Eligibility And Application Process

To be eligible for the RealtyHop scholarship, you must be a current student in an eligible undergraduate program or a graduating high school senior in the U.S., working towards a bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree ( Also, the scholarship is open to international students studying in the US, as well as students with DACA status (Access The age eligibility is between 15 and 26 years old.

The application process for RealtyHop includes submitting an essay. RealtyHop recognizes students who demonstrate the ambition, diligence, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit that is central to their company culture. An aspiring applicant would have to note this, as it will guide them towards crafting their essay. Moreover, applicants must submit a PDF of an acceptance letter or proof of enrollment to the High school, or the Undergraduate program. They are also prompted to use their school email address to apply for the scholarship.

The successful applicant will be notified by email and a check of $1000 will be awarded coupled with a part-time or full-time internship opportunity with RealtyHop which is optional. The award usually comes 30 days after the deadline.


RealtyHop is a very competitive scholarship, last year they received 3,159 applications across the US, and only two applicants were selected for the $2000 prize. With the information provided in this blog, one can successfully make a competitive application.

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