How to get a real estate license in Alaska?


by terrance , in category: Real Estate , 8 months ago

How to get a real estate license in Alaska?

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by ethelyn_hansen , 6 months ago


To obtain a real estate license in Alaska, you need to fulfill certain requirements set by the Alaska Real Estate Commission. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to get a real estate license in Alaska:

  1. Meet the eligibility requirements: Be at least 19 years old Have a high school diploma or equivalent Provide proof of legal residency or citizenship
  2. Complete the required pre-licensing education: Enroll in a real estate course approved by the Alaska Real Estate Commission. The course should consist of 40 classroom hours per course. Successfully complete the required pre-licensing education, which includes courses on Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Practice, and others.
  3. Pass the Alaska Real Estate Exam: Upon completing the pre-licensing education, schedule and pass the Alaska Real Estate Exam administered by Pearson VUE. The exam consists of two portions: the national portion and the state-specific portion. Pay the exam fee at the time of scheduling.
  4. Complete fingerprinting and background check: Schedule and complete a fingerprinting appointment through the IdentoGO system. Pay the fee for the background check.
  5. Select a sponsoring broker: Locate a sponsoring broker who will offer you employment as a real estate salesperson under their supervision. They will guide you through the licensing process and provide mentorship.
  6. Submit your application: Complete the Alaska Real Estate Salesperson/Broker License Application. Include the application fee and all required documentation, including transcripts, proof of pre-licensing education, exam scores, background check results, and sponsorship letter from your broker.
  7. Await approval and receive your license: The Alaska Real Estate Commission will review your application. Once approved, you will receive your real estate salesperson license.

Remember to familiarize yourself with Alaska real estate laws, regulations, and ethical standards to ensure compliance with the state's requirements and to succeed in your real estate career.

by emilie.windler , 5 months ago


Please note that this information may be outdated or subject to change. It is important to verify the latest requirements and procedures with the Alaska Real Estate Commission or a licensed real estate school or provider.