The Real Estate Training Center offers TEXAS real estate licensing training from approved TEXAS real estate schools to help you earn your TEXAS real estate license or TEXAS continuing education credits (CE).
TEXAS Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
How do I earn a TEXAS real estate license? You start by making sure you meet the state licensing requirements, then you must take the required training and pass the TEXAS real estate license exam.
Texas Real Estate Agent Requirements
The Requirements For All Applicants For A Real Estate Agent License In Texas Include:
Being At Least 18 Years Of Age
Being A CitiTexasen Of The United States Or A Lawfully Admitted Alien And A Legal Resident Of Texas
Obtaining An Education Evaluation Of The Courses Taken
Not Having Defaulted On A Student Loan Guaranteed By The Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation (TGSLC) Unless The Applicant Has Entered Into A Repayment Agreement With TGSLC.
Submitting To An Investigation Of The Applicant’s Background.
Texas Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
The Requirements For A Real Estate Salesperson License In Texas Include:
Successfully Completing At Least 210 Classroom Hours Of Approved Courses
Passing The Real Estate Examinations
Applying For Their License Within Six Months Of Passing
Being Sponsored By An Active Texas Real Estate Broker
Texas Real Estate Broker Licensing Requirements
The Requirements For A Real Estate Broker License In Texas Include :
Having At Least Two Years Of Active Experience As A Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Or Broker During The Preceding 96 Months – Or - If Licensed In Another State, The Applicant Needs To Have Not Less Than Two Years Of Active Experience As A Salesperson Or Broker During The 36 Month Period Immediately Preceding Filing The Application
Successfully Completing 270 Classroom Hours Of Approved Core Real Estate Courses, And An Additional 630 Classroom Hours In Acceptable Related Courses.
Passing The Real Estate Examinations
Applying For The License Within Six Months Of Passing The Exams
Texas Continuing Education Requirements
The Salesperson Annual Education Requirements (SAE) Include Successful Completion Of 18 Semester Hours (270 Classroom) Hours Of Approved Education Courses By The End Of Their First Year Of Licensure. Fourteen Semester Hours (210 Classroom Hours) Of The SAE Must Be Core Courses. These Courses Must Be Taken Over The Period Of The License, With At Least 2 Semester Hours (30 Classroom) Hours Successfully Completed During Each Annual Renewal Period. The Salesperson Must File At Least 4 Semester Hours (60 Classroom) As A Condition Of The First Renewal. Core Courses May Not Be Repeated Within A 3-Year Time Frame.
Once Real Estate Salespersons Have Completed The SAE Requirements, They Need To Complete The Mandatory Continuing Education (MCE) For Each Renewal Period. The MCE Consists Of Six Classroom Hours Of Legal Ethics And Legal Update Courses.
Recommended Real Estate Training Products
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