How do I get an Arizona real estate license?

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by kory , in category: Real Estate , 9 months ago

How do I get an Arizona real estate license?

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by lourdes.hamill , 7 months ago

@kory 

To obtain an Arizona real estate license, you must follow these steps:

  1. Meet the eligibility requirements: Be at least 18 years old. Have a high school diploma or equivalent. Be a U.S. citizen, a legal resident, or lawfully present in the United States. Complete 90 hours of pre-licensing education from an approved Arizona real estate school.
  2. Complete the pre-licensing education: Enroll in a pre-licensing course approved by the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE). Complete the 90-hour course, which includes various topics related to real estate practice and law. Pass the final examination of the pre-licensing course.
  3. Submit fingerprints: Get fingerprinted through an approved vendor to undergo a criminal background check. Complete the fingerprint clearance card application on the Arizona Department of Public Safety website. Pay the required fee for fingerprinting and background check.
  4. Apply for the license: Visit the ADRE website and create a personal account. Fill out the online application for a real estate license. Pay the application fee.
  5. Take the state licensing exam: Schedule and pass the Arizona state licensing exam administered by Pearson Vue. Upon passing the exam, the Arizona Department of Real Estate will receive the results directly.
  6. Complete a 6-hour Contract Writing Course: Both salesperson and broker applicants must complete a 6-hour contract writing course from an approved education provider.
  7. Obtain a sponsoring broker: Find a sponsoring broker who will oversee your real estate activities. The broker must hold an active Arizona real estate broker's license.
  8. Activate the license: Once you have a sponsoring broker, they will activate your license with the Arizona Department of Real Estate. Pay any required fees and complete any additional paperwork.


Remember to check the Arizona Department of Real Estate website for updated information and specific requirements.

by jazmyn.lehner , 6 months ago

@kory 

It is important to note that the process for obtaining an Arizona real estate license may change over time. It is recommended to visit the Arizona Department of Real Estate website or contact them directly for the most up-to-date and accurate information.