Steps To Take On Your Path To Your Real Estate License!

  1. Register for the 6 Course/180 hour Course Package, or Register For The Classes You Need

    For your convenience, a six course/180 hour discounted package is available to you with or without exam prep material. These are the two most popular options, and are the recommended options for ease of registration, in addition to the significant price savings. Have you already completed some of the required courses? Do you prefer to register for the courses one at a time? You may also register for individual courses to gain the number of hours you need to be eligible to take the licensing exam.

  2. Upon Completion Of Your 180 hours, Sign Up For One of Our Licensing Exam Prep Courses

    We offer Exam Prep courses online or in textbook format.

  3. Create Your Account With The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) to submit your application.

    If you’re unsure of your status, check the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) website to make sure you’re all set & Best of Luck!

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There are now two different methods for completing your required education: Correspondence and 100% online.

CORRESPONDENCE

Students will receive a textbook (shipped promptly via UPS ground) and will complete required quizzes and final exams online. NOTE – Effective September 1, 2017, the Texas Real Estate Commission requires final exams for all qualifying courses to be proctored. You will be required to complete the final exam online in the presence of your designated proctor. You may also choose to complete paper-based quizzes and final exams at our office in Canton, TX by scheduling an appointment.

CORRESPONDENCE Qualifying Courses


**As of September 1, 2012, an applicant for a Texas real estate Sales Agent license must have completed a minimum of 180 hours, consisting of Principles of Real Estate, Law of Agency, Law of Contracts, Promulgated Contracts Forms, and Real Estate Finance to be eligible to take the Texas Real Estate Sales Agent Licensing Exam. Related course credit may no longer be used to meet education requirements for a sales agent’s license.