REAL ESTATE BROKER CLASSES
You can now take it ONLINE or LIVE!
HERE for our Online Course NOW.
Renew Your Real Estate Broker License
RE Broker Courses
BECOME A LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER
AND ADVANCE YOUR PROFESSIONAL CAREER
WHO IS A REAL ESTATE BROKER AND HOW IS A
DIFFERENT FROM A REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON?
To become a licensed Real Estate Broker, you must
have worked full
time for a minimum of two years as a Salesperson, three or more years
of equivalent experience in the real estate business, or a combination
of both, in addition to the broker’s course of study, before you
obtain your broker's license. If you are new to this industry without
related experience, the Salesperson course should, instead, be your
first course of study.
REAL ESTATE BROKER LICENSING COURSE
These classes will prepare you for the New York Department
of State Real Estate Broker's Exam required to obtain your license.
The Broker Course may be taken before all the required experience has
WILL YOU NEED TO TAKE A 30 HOUR REMEDIAL COURSE, TOO
If you received your Salesperson license from the New York Department of State prior to July 1, 2008, you only took a 45 hour licensing course. As of July 1, 2008, Salesperson licensing courses have increased to 75 hours. If you want to apply for a Broker's license you need to take those additional 30 hours of the Salesperson's course as well as the 45 hours Broker's course. This course is comprised of sessions 13 through 20 of the Salesperson's licensing course to give you the additional 30 hours.
CALL EDREANA FOR THE LATEST SCHEDULE
and to register: 212.262.2662
BROKER COURSE DETAILS
HERE to register for our Broker's Flex Course
- cost - $350
- required text book is not included in your tuition
(discounted student price is $40 and can be purchased
school your first day of class)
HERE for 45 hour class
- for current details about all course locations, call 212.262.2662
- 45 hours of class instruction to prepare you for
both the school and
NY DOS exam*
- eleven sessions taken in any order; plus school exam
- also satisfies your 22.5 hour Continuing Education requirement
HERE for our ONLINE Broker Course
- cost - $290 for complete course, plus online math and exam review and e-textbook;
or - $245 for the complete course; not including online prep option or the Spada ebook.
- *If you have not taken a 75 hour Salesperson
qualifying course, the New York Department of State requires you to take an additional 30 hours remedial course to meet the state law 120 total hours of education; now available online.
HERE for our ONLINE 30 hour remedial course
HERE for live 30 hour remedial classroom course schedule; contact Edreana at 212.262.2662 to register
WHAT YOU SHOULD ALSO DO
As soon as you sign up for this course, go to the
New York Department of State web site:
Real Estate Broker Forms:
Application, Exam Instructions & Schedule
Select one of their exam sites convenient for you and review the requirements.
NOTE: The seating fills up fast, especially at Manhattan's one and only
location, and an appointment is required. Select a best guess time and
date now to reserve your spot. Check the cancellation policy should
you need to reschedule.
REQUIREMENTS FOR BROKER LICENSURE ARE
- minimum age of 20
- demonstrate fair knowledge of the English language
- first complete a New York DOS approved Salesperson
qualifying course such as given by Real Estate Academy
- then complete a New York DOS approved 45 hour qualifying
course such as given by Real Estate Academy (note: you may need an additional 30 hour remedial course if your Salesperson
qualifying course was 45 hours)
- applicant has to have worked at least two years, as
a licensed real estate salesperson, or has had equivalent experience
in general real estate business for a period of at least three years
- pass the Real Estate Academy broker qualifying course
- pass the New York DOS broker licensing exam
- be in one of four citizenship categories:
have earned 3500** experience points as a salesperson
or 5250** points through equivalent experience.
- citizenship status
- permanent residency
- have a work authorization card obtained from the
Immigration and Naturalization Service
- have a work permit that obtained from your sponsoring
(**for information on points requirements, click
here and go to page 4 of the application)
BE A BROKER
If you have questions,
call us at
The Real Estate
Academy has the
to expand your
career in real estate.
NEXT LIVE SEMINAR FOR CREDIT
Contact us for details at 212.262.2662.
Meet the DOS required
22.5 hours credit for re-certification, including 3 hours credit on
HERE to register.