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Residential Salesperson Real Estate Broker Commercial Agent Property Manager
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A residential salesperson is licensed to act on behalf of a real estate broker in providing real estate services and assists clients to buy and sell property.

A real estate broker is a licensed agent who manages an office or is a sole proprietor. He/she may sponsor and supervise licensees in one or more office. Additional education and experience are required for broker licensure.

A commercial agent is a licensed real estate agent who assists clients to buy and sell income-producing property, such as office buildings, retail property, hotels, apartment buildings, and shopping centers.

A property manager maintains a property including negotiating leases, ensuring tenant satisfaction, collecting tent and pricing units on behalf of a property owner to protect their investment.
Age Minimum 18 years old 18 years old 18 years old 18 years old
Education High school diploma or GED equivalent High school diploma or GED equivalent High school diploma or GED equivalent High school diploma or GED equivalent
Course Requirements for State Exam 180 hours of pre-license qualifying education and 90 hours of Sales Agent Apprentice Education 270 hours of qualifying education and a combination of 630 hours qualifying and CE education. College degrees may supplement education requirements. 180 hours of pre-license qualifying education and 90 hours of Sales Agent Apprentice Education 180 hours of pre-license qualifying education and 90 hours of Sales Agent Apprentice Education
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