Our Mission: Provide high-quality education courses to Real Estate students as well as licensed agents.
The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for getting sales license are listed below in the order they are to be completed:
- Within six months from the date a temporary sales license has been issued, an agent needs to successfully complete a 30-hour Post License course. This is typically a fun course because it is helping you establish your new business. It will provide you with tools to help jump-start a new real estate business.
- Upon completing the course you must 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 the 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 50 questions that you must correctly answer 80%.
- Upon passing the proctored exam, we will issue credit for you with the Alabama Real Estate Commission. There are no more state exams.
- The next and final step is to apply to the real estate Commission for a permanent license by completing the form we send you.