ADDITIONAL FACTS ABOUT BECOMING A LICENSED FLORIDA REAL ESTATE SALES ASSOCIATE:
You don’t have to be a U.S. Citizen to become a licensed real estate sales associate in the State of Florida, which allows non-citizen real estate professionals to earn their license after their official immigration into the United States.
The Florida real estate market is highly attractive to Latin America and given the high-demand from Spanish-speakers, the pre-licensing real estate course and test are available in Spanish.
Become a licensed real estate sales associate and jump-start your career as a real estate professional in Florida.
The Real Estate business is regulated in the State of Florida by its Division of Real Estate (DRE). As a regulated profession, there are minimum requirements that must be met by candidates for the Real Estate Sales Associate license, which are:
Real Estate Sales Associate candidates must complete a 63-hour pre-licensing course from an approved entity, such as any of Classic Real Estate School’s locations.
Candidates must be at least 18 years of age at the time they take the test.
The sales associate candidate must have completed high school and received a diploma or GED certificate to ensure a minimum level of education before licensing.
Upon completion of the required 63-hour real estate sales associate pre-licensing course, all candidates must submit an application to the DRE.
Candidates must pass the Class Exam with a grade of 70% AND the State Exam with a grade of 75% to qualify for a real estate sales associate license by the DRE.
If you are considering becoming a real estate sales professional, please take a look at the upcoming course schedule and be sure to contact Classic Real Estate School with any questions or concerns before registering for a class.
Pre-Requisites and Costs
Other important pre-requisites and costs to take care of before (or soon after) starting your class includes applying for the Florida Sales Associate License from the DBPR at www.myfloridalicense.com, as well as getting your digital fingerprints and background check from an approved provider.
Mutual Recognition of Real Estate Licenses by Other States
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