The fastest and most affordable way to get your real estate broker license in Oregon! Here you'll learn:
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To apply for a real estate broker license in Oregon, you must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma, GED, or international equivalent.
If you meet these two qualifications, you can earn a real estate broker's license in (7) steps.
Step 1: Register for an eLicense account
All new licensees begin the process by registering for an account in the Oregon Real Estate Agency's eLicense management system.
Step 2: Apply for Your License
Next, apply for your broker license in the eLicense system. The nonrefundable application fee is $300. You'll receive an applicant ID number by email. This number is essential for completing the remaining steps.
Step 3: Complete Your Pre-license Education
Oregon requires brokers to complete 150 hours of instruction from an approved pre-license Real Estate school. Online courses are the most convenient way to complete your 150 hours. You must provide your chosen school with your Applicant ID number and full name.
Step 4: Applying for the State Exam
Once you finish the 150 hours, your course provider will send your exam eligibility to PSI, the company that administers Oregon's Real Estate Broker Licensure Exam. Schedule your exam directly by visiting https://www.psiexams.com or calling (833) 892-5441. The exam costs $75. See the Oregon Candidate Bulletin for a list of test centers.
Step 5: Take and Pass the State Exam
The Oregon state pre-license broker exam is divided into two sections: general and state law. The exam is made up of multiple-choice questions. The national section can take up to 150 minutes for 80 questions. The state section allows for up to 90 minutes for 50 questions. You must pass both sections with a score of 75% to qualify for a broker license.
You will receive a score report on-screen and emailed to you immediately upon completion of the exam. A passing score is valid for 12 months; you must complete your license requirements within a year.
Step 6: Get Your Fingerprints Taken
All new license candidates are required to be fingerprinted for a national and state criminal history search. PSI will conduct the fingerprints at the exam center. The fee is $56.25 and the processing could take up to 4 weeks.
Step 7: Get Hired by a Principal Broker
You have one year after successfully passing both portions of the state license exam to be hired by an Oregon Principal Broker. Your broker must add your pending license into their registered business. The eLicense system will flag your application for final review, which usually takes 1-2 days.
Once you receive final notification from the Oregon Real Estate Agency and are viewable in the public licensee search, you are an official Oregon real estate broker. Congratulations!
The RealEstateU 150-Hour Oregon Real Estate Broker’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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Frank Contreras - Real Estate Agent in Texas - Century 21 APD Associates, El Paso, TX
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Candice Jackson Tate - Real Estate Agent in Texas - LIV Realty in Frisco, TX
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Melissa Colletti - Real Estate Salesperson New York - Keller Williams Realty Lancaster, NY
Real estate agents have limitless income potential. The more deals you source and close, the more money you can make!
Forget a life stuck in a boring 9-5 desk job. By law, your sponsoring broker can’t dictate when and where to work! Choose your own schedule and set your own hours.
Use your license to earn extra income on the side by working part-time. Or, slowly transition from your current career. You can always go right to full-time and make real estate your dream job.
Holding a real estate license allows you to sell or lease all types of real estate throughout Oregon.
All students have 12 months from the time of purchase to complete the RealEstateU 150-hour Oregon Real Estate Broker 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 OR pre-license course if I'm still in high school?
The Oregon Real Estate Agency requires candidates to be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. Since the state has you complete the broker application as the first step, you’ll need to wait until you have a diploma.
What are the requirements to apply for an OR real estate license?
Applying for your Oregon real estate broker’s license is actually the first step in earning a broker license. You must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma, GED, or international equivalent.
Can I take the 150-hour OR real estate license course online?
Yes, many students decide to complete the required hours online because it is more affordable and flexible. As long as a state-approved education provider provides the course, you can take it online.