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To qualify as an Arizona real estate salesperson, you must be at least 18 years of age, complete a 90-hour approved course of study, receive a state Fingerprint Clearance Card, pass a licensure exam, take a contract writing course, and be hired by an AZ licensed broker.
Applicants cannot have been convicted of any crimes that impact their ability to practice competently, may endanger the public, or would be grounds for disciplinary sanctions as noted in Arizona Code r Title 32 Section 20.
It takes seven steps to earn your real estate broker license in Arizona.
Step 1: Complete the 90-Hour AZ Real Estate Salesperson Pre-License Course
The 90-hour pre-license education requirement covers national real estate topics.
At the course end, you'll take a proctored final exam, which you must pass to get the Certificate of Completion required for your exam and license application. Your course completion is good for ten years.
Step 2: Submit an Exam Application for Real Estate and Schedule Your State Exam
After completing the 90-hour Arizona salesperson pre-license course, you can then apply to take the state exam.
To schedule your exam, visit www.pearsonvue.com/az/realestate. You can also schedule your exam by calling (888) 405-5776.
The Arizona Real Estate Salesperson exam fee is $75 per attempt. PearsonVUE accepts debit cards, credit cards, electronic checks, or vouchers.
Step 3: Pass the State Licensing Exam
The Arizona state licensing exam is a single comprehensive exam specific to real estate in Arizona.
The exam consists of 180 questions with 15 pretest questions, for a total of 195 questions. You will have 300 minutes, or five hours, to complete the test.
You must answer 75% of the 180 questions correctly to pass the exam. You will receive your exam results at the testing center immediately after you complete the exam. If you pass, you will also be given instructions for applying for your license.
Step 4: Get Your Fingerprints Taken
All applicants must get their fingerprints taken and secure a Fingerprint Clearance Card (FCC) before applying for their license. The DPS fee runs $69, and different fingerprinting locations may also charge an additional fee.
You can apply for FCC at any time in the process. It could take up to 10 weeks to receive your card.
Step 5: Attend and Pass a 6-hour Contract Writing Class
Arizona requires you to take and pass a six-hour contract writing class before applying for a license. The course covers three hours of Contract Law and three hours of Legal Issues. An approved course provider must administer the course.
Step 6: Apply for Your Arizona Real Estate Salespersons License
After passing the state exam, you will receive Arizona real estate license application instructionsfrom PearsonVUE. You have one year from the date of passing your exam to apply for your license.
Your license application requires:
The license application fee costs $60, payable to the Department with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover card, checks, or money order.
Once all the application documents are submitted and the fee paid, the application is considered complete and is approved on inactive status.
Step 7: Find an Arizona Real Estate Broker and Activate Your License
Your last step is to be associated with an Arizona-licensed real estate broker. Once a real estate broker hires you, they must access the ADRE online system to approve your hiring.
Follow instructions in Arizona's New Licensee Brochure to track your license status.
Once the Arizona Real Estate Commissionapproves your application, your license will change to active.
Congratulations, you are now a licensed Arizona real estate salesperson!
The RealEstateU 90-Hour Arizona Real Estate Salesperson’s Course is structured in the following way:
You can purchase a PDF version of the course textbook for only $29!
The course textbook contains all the content covered in the course, including all the audio transcripts, infographics, and supporting documents.
Please note that the PDF textbook is sold separately and not included in the course tuition. The textbook is designed to supplement the online course and not replace it.
The textbook enables you to review the course content offline. You can also print course textbook individual lessons as needed.
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I’m so happy I took the leap of faith! I loved the audible learning and that I could literally bring it with me wherever I went! I finished in 3 months! Trust me when I say if I can do it you can do it. I’m a very busy mother of 3 and they all have extracurricular activities, but somehow I buckled down and finished.
I did take a live test prep class at a local real estate school just to cover all bases. I reviewed all the quizzes from all the chapters to prepare. My advice would be to take your time when you test. I was so nervous but I took my time because I knew the material I just had to take my time!
Passing on my first try felt amazing!
I would not be here had I not had the amazing opportunity to complete the real estate licensing course via Real Estate U! I highly recommend the Real Estate U course. In fact my oldest son has decided to take the course as well!
Jennifer Carlman-Leising - Real Estate Agent in Texas - Keller Williams Plano, TX
I am currently working as a part time real estate agent for Century 21 APD Associates, in the beautiful city of El Paso, Texas. I wanted to get into real estate to become my own boss and I am looking forward to building a 6 figure income. I closed my first deal in October and looking to close on my second this December.
To obtain my license I chose RealEstateU. The courses were extremely helpful in passing state and national exam on my first try. I like the fact that I could study at my pace and I was able use my mobile to access my courses when on the road or when waiting on doctor appointments with my children.
I was able to go back and listen again and again to the parts that I did not get from the beginning. This is something that wouldn't have been provided by being in a classroom setting. If you are looking to obtain your license just be persistent and don't give up on your dream! I was able to invest in this course and more than tripled my return on the first home which I sold short after I obtained my real estate license.
If this is something you think you'll enjoy try it out and take the risk. Why not risk on something that has the potential to double or triple your income on the side. Jump on the opportunity of getting your license, which honestly is the easy part. And then go all in on the process helping clients and customers get what they want, which is a great home buying/selling experience.
Frank Contreras - Real Estate Agent in Texas - Century 21 APD Associates, El Paso, TX
I (still am) a licensed auto insurance claims adjuster for a major insurance company. I held that position for 7.5 years. My family dynamic was changing and myself or my husband needed to be home more for our blended family of 5 children.
Real Estate allows me to regulate my schedule so I can dedicate time to my children and their activities. I will be working for LIV Realty in Frisco, TX and will be working full-time. My goals moving forward are to continue learning, networking and growing towards my own business. I plan on becoming a broker one day.
I loved the ease of the course. I was able to navigate easily and picked up where I left off each day. If I had any questions I received a response back very quickly from the RealEstateU support team. I was able to study and retain information easily. The workbook and the glossary were easy to follow and allowed me to print them to take with me in the event that I was not able to use my laptop. I loved that the course was accessible from a cell phone as well. We had a planned trip across the United States and I was able to study on my cell phone as we travelled 9 states. I have already recommended the course to a few of my friends!
Candice Jackson Tate - Real Estate Agent in Texas - LIV Realty in Frisco, TX
Thank you so much for your help over the last few weeks. I rushed to get through the course because I am so excited to start working in the field as a NYS realtor. I thought this would have a negative impact on me toward the end when I was ready to test, but I feel I retained a lot of the info and am happy with the results.
Melissa Colletti - Real Estate Salesperson New York - Keller Williams Realty Lancaster, NY
There are no limits to how much money a real estate agent can make. The more deals you source and close, the more money you can make!
Quit the boring 9-5 desk job. Real estate agents set their schedule. By law, your sponsoring broker can’t dictate when and where you work!
Since your schedule is flexible, you decide how to dedicate your time. Slowly transition your career or use your license to earn extra income on the side by working part-time. Or, go full-time and make it your dream job.
Holding a real estate license allows you to sell or lease all types of real estate throughout Arizona.
All students have 12 months from the time of purchase to complete the RealEstateU 90-hour Arizona Real Estate Salesperson Course (including the course exams).
All courses are eligible for a refund within 30 days of purchase, and only if the student has not completed more than 50% of the course. All refunds issued are subjected to a $20 admin charge. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more details.
Can I take the Arizona pre-license course if I'm still in High School
Yes, because Arizona does not stipulate any high school diploma or GED requirements, you could take the 90-hour pre-license course while you are still in high school. Do keep in mind that you must be at least 18 years of age when you apply for your real estate license.
How can I take the 90-hour Arizona real estate license course?
You can take the 90-hour Arizona real estate pre-license course in person or through an online course. Many applicants prefer online so they can work on the content on their schedule. Either way, you must take the course from a state pre-approved education provider.
Can I take the 90-hour Arizona real estate license course online?
Yes, you can take the Arizona pre-license course online as long as it is offered through a pre-approved education provider. Taking the course online enables you to work through the content at your own pace and schedule.