The Real Estate Training Center offers DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA real estate licensing training from approved DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA real estate schools to help you earn your DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA real estate license or DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA continuing education credits (CE).
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
How do I earn a DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA real estate license? You start by making sure you meet the state licensing requirements, then you must take the required training and pass the DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA real estate license exam.
The Requirements To Become A Real Estate Agent In The District Of Columbia Include Both Education Courses And Passing The Real Estate Exams.
Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements In D.C.
Applicants For The Real Estate Salesperson License Must:
Take The 60-Hour Pre-Licensing Real Estate Agent Classes.
Pass The District Of Columbia Real Estate Exams With A 75% Or Higher
Real Estate Broker Licensing Requirements In D.C.
Applicants For The Real Estate Broker License Must:
Be Licensed For Two Consecutive Years As A District Of Columbia Salesperson Before Applying To Be A Broker.
The Applicant For The Real Estate Broker License Must Also Take 135 Hours Of Approved Real Estate Courses.
Take The District Of Columbia Real Estate Exams And Pass With A 75% Or Higher
Property Managers In The District Of Columbia Have A Separate License From Other Real Estate Agents.
License Renewal/Continuing Education Requirements
Once Licensed, Fifteen (15) Hours Of Real Estate Continuing Education Is Required Every Two Years, Spanning The Odd Years. The Real Estate Broker License Expires On February 28th Of The Odd Year. A Real Estate Salesperson License Expires On August 31st Of The Odd Year.
Salespersons And Brokers Currently Licensed In Either Maryland Or Virginia Are Required To Take Three-Hours Of Real Estate Courses In Fair Housing Before Applying For A District Of Columbia Agent’s License.
Recommended Real Estate Training Products
Listed below are a few professional development courses and products. After all, earning your license is not a guarantee of success.
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