The Real Estate Training Center offers ILLINOIS real estate licensing training from approved ILLINOIS real estate schools to help you earn your ILLINOIS real estate license or ILLINOIS continuing education credits (CE).
ILLINOIS Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
How do I earn an ILLINOIS real estate license? You start by making sure you meet the state licensing requirements, then you must take the required training and pass the ILLINOIS real estate license exam.
Illinois Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Requirements
To Get A Real Estate Salesperson License In Illinois You Must:
Be At Least 21 Years Old. Under Certain Circumstances The Age Requirement May Be Lowered To 18 Years Of Age.
Have Either A High School Diploma Or A GED.
The Applicant Needs To Complete The 45-Hour Real Estate Transactions Course At An Approved Real Estate School.
Attorney’s Applying For The Salesperson License Need To Be Admitted To Practice Law By The Illinois Supreme Court But Do Not Need To Take A 45-Hour Real Estate Transactions Classroom Course
Illinois Real Estate Broker Licensing Requirements
The Requirements For A Real Estate Broker License In Illinois You Must:
Be At Least 21 Years Old
Have A High School Diploma Or A GED
Have Successfully Completed 120 Hours Of The Real Estate Transactions Courses That Were Not Taken For The Salesperson License.
Successfully Complete 75 Classroom Hours Of Broker Courses At An Approved School. The Classes Taken Are Valid For Three Years Before The Examination.
Attorneys May Receive A Broker’s License If They Are At Least 21 Years Old And Are Admitted To Practice Law By The Illinois Supreme Court
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.
Successful real estate agents have mastered their listing, FSBO, and expired presentations, have learned how to handle objections, and use technology to be as productive as possible.
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