CALIFORNIA

Board Approved Real Estate Pre-License Education

 

 

Each of the following 8 courses are equivalent to the offerings by colleges & approved by the California Real Estate Board.

 


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Salesperson Licensing

Requirements to Obtain a Salesperson License:

Be at least 18 years of age
Provide proof of completion in 135 hours of required education (45 credit hours in Real Estate Principles; 45 credit hours in Real Estate Practice course; and 45 credit hours in one additional state approved course).
Pass the salespersons exam.
After passing the examination, you will be sent a Salesperson License Application. Within one year of the examination date this form must be completed and returned along with the licensing fee. Also submit your Live Scan Request form (for submitting fingerprints).
We recommend completing a combo licensing/exam application, get fingerprinted, and submit all fees right away. This will speed up your application process.
A salesperson is licensed to act on behalf of a broker, and may not act as a real estate agent independently. A salesperson may only work for one broker in California at a time. California does not require an applicant for a salesperson’s license to have a high school diploma or college degree. There is also no state residency requirement.
For more information about the exam and state application please visit: http://www.dre.ca.gov

Statutory Course Important Note:

Per California Department of Real Estate guidelines, Statutory Courses require a wait period of 18 days before attempting a Final Exam. Additional exams will become available as the mandated 18 day wait period expires. You cannot apply one 18 day wait period to meet the wait time for all Statutory courses. Our Learning Management System will track your wait period time.


Broker Licensing

Requirements to Obtain a Broker License:

Be at least 18 years of age
As of 1/1/2013 Required Experience has changed.
A minimum of two years full-time licensed real estate salesperson experience in the last five years or a four-year degree from an accredited college or university including a major or minor in real estate
Members of the bar of any state in the United States will generally qualify on the basis of their education and experience, and are statutorily exempt from the college-level course requirements.

All broker license applicants must complete the following statutory required college level courses:
Real Estate Practice
Legal Aspects of Real Estate
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Appraisal
Real Estate Economics or General Accounting

And 3 courses from the following group:
Real Estate Principles
Business Law
Property Management
Escrows
Real Estate Office Administration
Mortgage Loan Brokering and Lending
Advanced Legal Aspects of Real Estate
Advanced Real Estate Finance
Advanced Real Estate Appraisal
Computer Applications in Real Estate

In addition, one needs to complete required licensing education and pass the written state exam.
You must complete an original Broker Examination Application and send it along with an official transcript showing successful completion of the statutory college-level real estate courses and degree(s).
For more information about the exam and state application please visit: http://www.dre.ca.gov

Pre-License Packages

(Better Value)

By purchasing your required pre-license courses as a package you will save from $23.00 to $184.00 when compared to enrolling in the individual courses separately. Typically, students will choose individual course enrollment options when previous attempts have not been completed on time or not passed.

View Each Package Option Below

2 Online Courses: Package Deal

$173

3 Online Courses: Package Deal

$248

All 3 Online Courses PLUS Exam Prep Package Deal (Most Popular)

$259

4 Online Courses: Package Deal

$323

5 Online Courses: Package Deal

$375

6 Courses: Package Deal

$450

7 Courses: Package Deal

$525

8 Courses: Package Deal

$600

View Each Individual Course Option Below

Enroll in Individual Courses

($98 each)

Real Estate Practice

California

Real Estate Principles

California

Real Estate Finance

California

Real Estate Legal

California

Real Estate Appraisal

California

Real Estate Economics

California

Real Estate Property Management

California

Real Estate Office Administration

California

Exam Prep

Final Briefing Exams Online

Course Provider Complaint Statement

A course provider complaint form is available on the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) website at www.calbre.ca.gov. Access this form by typing in “RE 340” in the search box located in the upper right corner of the home page. An informational form regarding course provider complaints, “RE 340A” is also available.
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