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How to Become A Licensed Real Estate Agent

This is a three step process:

  1. Complete an approved salesperson pre-licensing course.
    By Indiana state law you must complete and pass a 54 hour pre-licensing course, to be eligible to take the Indiana Real Estate Salesperson License exam. There are several different formats to complete this course ranging from a 2 week super-accelerated course to a more conventional 9 week course. The nine week course is currently offered at IU East. The pre-licensing course covers various subjects which includes principles, practices, and law of real estate, Indiana contract law, Indiana licensing law, and the Code of Ethics.
     
  2. State License Exam
    Once you have completed and passed an approved pre-licensing course you will receive a certificate that allows you to then take the Indiana Real Estate Salesperson exam. You must be at least 18 years of age before applying for an Indiana Real Estate license.
     
  3. Affiliation with a real estate brokerage
    After you have successfully completed and passed the pre-licensing course and Indiana Real Estate Salesperson exam you will receive a temporary permit and have up to 120 days to place your license with a Principal Broker. The sales person can only be affiliated with one Principal Broker and must act under the auspices of that Principal Broker.

 

Submitted by:
Paul Lingle
801 N. A Street
Richmond, IN  47374

Email: paul.lingle@lingle.com

Phone: 765.966.1581

WayNet Member: Lingle Real Estate
Member Website: http://www.lingle.com

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