Frequently Asked Questions
What are the education requirements for licensure?
- 90 hours sales prelicense education
- Contract writing (boot camp)
- 90 hours sales prelicense education in classroom, in state
- 3 years of active licensed experience within the last 5 years - Verified (Broker Candidate Experience Verification Form (LI-226))
- Broker management clinic
Do I schedule the licensing test with the Arizona Department of Real Estate?
No, with the testing provider, Pearson VUE at www.pearsonvue.com/az/realestate.
What is the application process once the Real Estate license examination has been successful passed? What are the application fees?
Upon receiving a successful pass grade for the Real Estate license examination, individual forms will be issued to the student by Pearson VUE; and the other is the license application. All forms are required and must be included in the application packet. Application for licensure must be made within one (1) year from the date of successful pass of the examination, whichever comes first in the case of two separate examination dates.
For more information:
- Refer to the Candidate Handbook
- Contact the Pre Licensing School
- Visit the Department website at www.azre.gov
Required Documentation for Application:
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Certificate for Contract Writing or Broker Management Clinic:
- When applying for a salesperson's license, a certificate of attendance at an Introduction to Contract Writing ("Contract Bootcamp") course must be presented.
- When applying for a broker's license, a course certificate of attendance at a Broker Management Clinic (9 hrs.) must be presented.
Experience Verification - Broker applicants:
- Broker applicants must provide documentation to support three (3) years of actual full-time experience as a licensed real estate salesperson or broker within the preceding five (5) years. Prior to the broker prelicense courses, the Broker Candidate Experience Verification Form (LI-226) may only be completed by each Broker needed to confirm the (3) three years full-time experience to verify that the applicant was actually practicing real estate then should be returned to the applicant for submission to the Department with the license application.
- To be "active status" as a salesperson or associate broker, the licensee must hire on with a licensed employing Broker. This can be done online at az.gov/webapp/dre.
- The License Fee Schedule may be obtained by clicking on the Fee Schedule link on the left navigation menu. (Subject to change without notice as statutes or rules change.)
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