Kansas Real Estate License Course

60-Hour Kansas Salesperson Pre-License Course Online

The quickest and most affordable way to earn your Kansas real estate salesperson license! Here you'll learn:

  • How To Get Your KS License Online
  • What's Included In Our Courses
  • Why You Should Get Your KS License
  • General Information About the Kansas Real Estate License Online Course
  • FAQ's
  • Articles For Further Education

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How to Get a Real Estate Salesperson’s License in Kansas

In Kansas, a salesperson applicant must be at least 18 years of age and have earned a high school diploma or equivalency certificate before applying for a license.

If you meet these requirements, earn your Kansas salesperson’s license in (6) steps.

Step 1: Complete Pre-license Education

Kansas requires salesperson applicants to take 60 hours of pre-licensing education. You must take the 60-hour pre-licensing course from an approved real estate school.

The hours break into two 30-hour courses, the Principles of Real Estate and the Kansas Practice Course. You must pass the final to receive your certificate of completion. Note you have (6) months after finishing the Kansas Practice Course to submit your license application.

Step 2: Schedule Your State Exam

PearsonVUE administers the Kansas salesperson exam. To schedule an exam online, go to www.pearsonvue.com or schedule over the telephone by calling (800) 274-4971.

The exam fee for first-time test takers is $82 paid to PearsonVUE via credit card, debit card, voucher, or check.

Bring to the exam two forms of signature identification. Primary identification must be government-issued and have your photo, such as a state driver's license, military ID, or U.S. passport. A secondary ID card must have your printed name and signature. You’ll also need the course completion certificate from the Principles of Real Estate Course.

Refer to the Kansas Real Estate Candidate Handbook for information on examination schedules, site locations, exam security, reporting, and preparation.

Step 3: Take and Pass the State Exam

The Kansas state salesperson exam is divided into a national and state section.

The Salesperson Pre-licensure Exam includes:

  1. National section of 80 questions. The time allowed is 2.5 hours.
  2. State section of 30 questions. The time allowed is 1.5 hours.

KREC uses a scaled score to account for variances in exam difficulty. A passing score on both sections is a 70.

You’ll be given an official score report with your score and any diagnostic information. Passing candidates also get a copy of the license application and instructions for applying. You have six months from passing to submit your license application to the KREC.

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Step 4: Order Your Background Check

All applicants must have a fingerprint and background check done at a local police/sheriff’s department or an authorized print vendor, using a payment authorization form. The non-refundable fee is $60 for the criminal background check and $15 for the salesperson application fee. You can pay by credit card or electronic check.

Your background check is only good for 180 days or six months. You can send the criminal history report to the KREC before or at the same time you submit the license application.

Step 5: Be Affiliated with a Kansas Real Estate Broker

All Kansas salespersons must be managed by a supervising or branch broker. Your supervising broker must sign your license application. An original salesperson license cannot be issued on inactive status in Kansas.

Step 6: Apply for Your KS Salesperson License

Once you have completed the steps above, prepare your license application. The license fee is $125. You have six months from the date you pass the exam to submit the application to the KREC. Certain required licensing documents are valid only for six months, so be aware of their expiration dates and submit your license application before they expire.

Once the Kansas Real Estate Commission approves your application, congratulations! You are now a Kansas real estate salesperson.

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What’s Included in Your Course​

Course Structure

The RealEstateU 60-Hour Kansas Real Estate Salesperson Course is organized in the following way:

  • Each 30-hour section launches with a course orientation.
  • Primary course content is administered through audio lectures. Written transcripts are available for each audio lecture.
  • The content is divided following the state’s guidelines into multiple chapters. Each chapter further breaks into targeted lessons.
  • An infographic or a contract document is available for some lessons.
  • Every chapter ends with a multiple choice quiz. At least 70% of the questions must be answered correctly to pass and continue to the next chapter.
  • Each 30-hour course has a required final exam.
  • The course is designed to be flexible and self-paced. Study on your schedule from anywhere, at any time.
  • RealEstateU’s 60-hour Kansas Real Estate Salesperson Pre-license course covers everything you need to satisfy the state’s pre-licensing real estate education requirement.
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Audio Transcripts

  • Each audio lecture is supplemented with a written transcript.
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Beautifully Designed Infographics

  • Dozens of infographics help you understand the vital concepts needed for your exam.

Course Glossary

  • Find the key real estate terms in the course Glossary, which is accessible as a PDF download.

Course Final Exams

  • The KS course requires you to pass a final exam at the end of the 30 hours sections to receive your course completion certificate.

Buy Our PDF Course Textbooks & Appendixes

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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Why Get an Kansas Real Estate License

Enjoy the benefits of earning an Kansas real estate salesperson license:

Income Potential

Your future earning potential is unlimited. The more deals a real estate agent sources and closes, the more opportunity for income they have!

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Flexible Schedule

Wouldn’t it be nice to create your own schedule? Real estate agents do! By law, your supervising broker can’t tell you when and where to work!

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Work Part-Time or Full-Time

You decide how much time to invest into real estate. Launch right into a full-time career or ease into it as you keep your current job. Or, use the license to create side income by working part-time.

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Sell or Lease All Types of Real Estate

Holding a real estate license allows you to sell or lease all types of real estate throughout Kansas.

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Course Completion Time

All students have 12 months from the time of purchase to complete the RealEstateU 60-hour Kansas Real Estate Salesperson Course (including the course exams).



Refund Policy

All courses are eligible for a refund within 30 days of purchase 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.


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