The Real Estate Training Center offers OHIO real estate licensing training from approved OHIO real estate schools to help you earn your OHIO real estate license or OHIO continuing education credits (CE).
OHIO Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
How do I earn an OHIO real estate license? You start by making sure you meet the state licensing requirements, then you must take the required training and pass the OHIO real estate license exam.
Ohio Real Estate Agent Licensing Requirements
The Requirements For All Applicants For A Real Estate Agent License In Ohio Include:
Being At Least 18 Years Of Age
Being Honest, Truthful And Of Good Reputation. If An Applicant Has Ever Been Convicted Of A Felony Or Crime Of Moral Turpitude, Or Adjudged By A Court To Have Violated Any Civil Rights Laws Regarding Real Estate Within The Past Two Years, The Application Will Probably Be Denied Unless The Superintendent Of The Division Of Real Estate Can Be Satisfied That The Violation Will Not Occur Again.
Successfully Passing Both Parts Of The Real Estate Exams
Applying For Their License Within One Year Of Passing Their Initial Exam
Satisfactorily Completing 30 Hours Of Approved Real Estate Continuing Education Courses Every Three Years Before Their Date Of Birth
Ohio Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
The Requirements For A Real Estate Salesperson License In Ohio Include:
Having A High School Diploma Or GED If Born After 1950.
Being Sponsored By An Ohio Broker
Successfully Completing 120 Classroom Hours Of Real Estate Courses Within The 10 Year Period Immediately Preceding Applying For Their License. These Real Estate Courses Need To Have Been Completed At A College Or University That Awards A Degree In At Least A Two-Year Program.
Meeting All Education Requirements Before Applying For The Real Estate Examinations
Ohio Real Estate Broker Licensing Requirements
The Requirements For A Real Estate Broker License In Ohio Include:
Successfully Completing The Educational Requirements. These Are Based Upon The Date One Was Originally Licensed As A Salesperson.
If Licensed After August 1, 2001 The Applicant Must Complete 240 Hours Of Specific Real Estate Courses, Plus Complete A Minimum Of Two Years Of College. The 240 Hours Of Real Estate Courses May Be Included In The Two Years Of College.
Having Been Actively Licensed As Either A Broker Or Salesperson For At Least Two Years. This Includes Working An Average Of 30 Hours Per Week For Two Of The Last Five Years Immediately Preceding The License Application.
Having Completed 20 Real Estate Transactions, Or Have The Equivalent In Approved Experience.
All Education Requirements Need To Be Met Before Applying For The Real Estate Examinations
License Renewal/Continuing Education Requirements
Real Estate Licenses Expire On The Agent’s Birthday Each Year. Applicants May Renew The Real Estate License Within 60 Days Prior To The Expiration Date.
Recommended Real Estate Training Products
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