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Broker applicants must complete a 150-hour course of study that consists of the following modules:
Courses may be completed through:
Sole Practitioner Broker applicants must have completed the requirements listed for Broker applicants and have three years licensed experience (out-of-state experience is acceptable with certified license history).
Principal Broker applicants must have completed the education requirements listed for Broker applicants, completed a 40-hour Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision course approved by the Agency, and have three years licensed experience (out-of-state experience is acceptable with certified license history). The Brokerage Administration and Sales Supervision Course may also be used to meet continuing education requirements.
Verification of Course Work:
Applicants are responsible for assuring that original course completion certificates or transcripts are submitted to the Agency. Schools do not automatically provide verification to the Agency. Verification of course work may be submitted when the course is completed at any time during the application process, but must be submitted before a license may be issued.
Broker, Sole Practitioner, and Principal Broker Licensees
Broker, Sole Practitioner, and Principal Broker licensees must complete a post-license 30-hour Advanced Real Estate Practices course approved by the Agency due at the licensees' first license renewal. The Advanced Real Estate Practices course may also be used to meet continuing education requirements, if approved by the certifying licensee.
License and Examination Information:
A complete description of education and examination requirements is available in the Real Estate License and Examination Information booklet, which may be obtained by calling the Real Estate Agency, Licensing Section at 503-378-4170, menu selection 2.Sample Brokers Exam