In the context of describing the role of the accreditation in real estate education it is very important to refresh the understandings of the influences of the parts and bodies that are interested in of the procedure and its contemporary development. These concerned parties are the real estate and construction market entrepreneurs, the market based professional bodies and the local authorities or the obliged persons of the private law. On the one hand is very important to draw down local and global aspects of the procedure that always are based on the fundamentals that are bearing the sectored education. On the other hand, the terms which are loading the separated viewpoints of the current changes are important indeed. The abovementioned approach brings us to the importance of the need of the permanent recycle and refurbishment of the education ex ante the accreditation procedure and also to the impossibility to enter into the process without the market based feedback according the past success of the observed curriculum. The analyses have also its mutual and bilateral connection with the cultural situation. The latter is strongly connected with the description of the quality of life and concerns the modus vivendi, i.e. the lifestyles of the consumers who are affecting the curve of demand for the surveyed real estate education. The other aspect of the accreditation concerns the concentration on the relationship with the target group of users, as showed by Felipe and Betty Ann Korzenny in the other context of development, and on the orientation of it, first of all, to the lifestyle, culture and identity through real estate, using the analysis of the abovementioned global and local terms.