Texas Real Estate License Requirements

In the State of Texas it is required that you get a real estate license before selling or renting properties.

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What Are The Texas Real Estate License Requirements?

STATE REQUIREMENT

  • Be at least 18 years of age.
  • Be a citizen of the United States or a lawfully admitted alien and a legal resident of Texas.
  • Complete the 180 hour licensing courses requirement.
  • Apply for a Salesperson license.
  • Have a sponsoring broker from the State of Texas.
  • Get fingerprinted.
  • Pass the Texas State Salesperson licensing exam (you have 1 year to pass the state exam after the application has been submitted).

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Course Requirements

How to get a real estate license in the State of Texas?

COURSE REQUIREMENT

  • The 180 hours comprises of 6 courses:
    • Principles of Real Estate 1 – 30 hours
    • Principles of Real Estate 2 – 30 hours
    • Law of Agency – 30 hours
    • Law of Contracts – 30 hours
    • Promulgated Contracts Forms – 30 hours
    • Real Estate Finance – 30 hours
  • Each course is broken down into chapters and lessons.
  • At the end of each chapter, there are multiple-choice questions. 
  • Our courses can be accessed from any computer 24/7.
  • This is an online package that does not require a textbook.
  • Upon completion of each course you will print your certificate of completion.
  • Based on the Texas real estate license requirements, you are required to take a proctored final exam for each course. The proctoring fee is the responsibility of the student at the time they take the exam. Each course will have a 60 questions multiple-choice final exam and a grade of 70% for passing.
  • Our final exam for Texas will be proctored online through Proctor U and details on how to schedule your final can be found in Final Steps section for each course. A fee of $25 will apply for each final exam per each attempt, payable directly to ProctorU. You must make an appointment directly with Proctor U in order to take the final exam(s).

Texas Real Estate Licensing Courses – Full 180 Hour Package

 

This is the most affordable way to satisfy the Texas real estate license requirements and become a real estate agent

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