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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for getting broker’s license are listed below in the order they are to be completed:
- The first step is to determine if you are qualified. The law requires that you have had an active salesperson license for a minimum of 24 of the previous 36 months. It is beneficial to complete a Request for Determination of Broker Eligibility and let the real estate Commission notify you of your current status.
- The next step is to complete a 60-hour Broker Pre License Course
- Successfully pass a proctored exam that is given by the school. We do not charge for this exam; however since our proctored exams are usually administered by a public library in your home town, the library may charge a small fee to cover some of their expenses, at most $35. Most libraries will only charge a fee for the use of copier and fax. The proctored exam is hand written and consist of 100 questions that you must correctly answer 80%.
- Upon passing the proctored exam, we issue credit for you with the Alabama Real Estate Commission; and with Amplified Measuring Professionals (AMP/PSI-the State selected testing company).
- Once the credits have been issued and received by the Commission and AMP/PSI, we email the student instructions for setting up the state exam.
- The state exam must be taken and passed within six months from the date we issue the credits.
- Upon successfully completing the state exam with a passing score of 70 or better, the student may apply for a broker’s license through the Alabama Real Estate Commission. The student is directed through this process.