Have at minimum 4 years of experience as an active licensed real estate sales agent or broker within the 60-month time frame preceding the filing of the application.
Experience is measured in points, and your experience must equal 360 points as identified on the Qualifying Experience Report for a Broker License.
- Principles of Real Estate I (30 classroom hours)
- Principles of Real Estate II (30 classroom hours)
- Law of Agency (30 classroom hours)
- Law of Contracts (30 classroom hours)
- Promulgated Contract Forms (30 classroom hours)
- Real Estate Finance (30 classroom hours)
A bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university satisfies all of the related education requirements for a broker’s license. A copy of the college transcript awarding the degree must be submitted as evidence of completion of the degree.
Submit an application and fee to the Texas Real Estate Commission to become a Sales Agent. This may be done online or by U.S. mail. As part of the process, you will submit your education course completion certificates to TREC at email@example.com.
The estimated time to complete the application process is 2-4 weeks
Once you receive your approval letter, 10 digit TREC identification number, and information on how to access the Candidate Handbook from Pearson Vue (TREC’s exam administrator), you must sign up to take the national and state exam at any of the three Pearson Vue Professional Center locations in the San Antonio area. You may also call Pearson Vue at 800-997-1248.