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Vermont salesperson license requires you to be at least 18 years of age. If this is you, work through the following (7) steps to earn a VT real estate salesperson license.
Step 1: Take the 40- hour pre-licensing education
All new salesperson candidates must take the 40-hour Vermont pre-license course from an approved education provider. You can also search for approved courses in the Office of Professional Regulation (OPR) portal. Upon successful course completion, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Step 2: Schedule the national licensing exam
The fastest way to schedule your Vermont salesperson licensing exam is to go to the PSI website. Telephone scheduling is available by calling 1-913-895-4600.
The national salesperson examination fee is $110 and is non-refundable. PSI accepts major credit cards, cashier’s check, or money orders.
Find PSI test centers in the Candidate Information Handbook. The document more relevant information about the exam.
Step 3: Pass the national licensing exam
The national licensing exam is 100 multiple-choice questions on a range of real estate topics. There may also be up to five “pre-test” questions that do not count for your score. The Candidate Information Handbook breaks down the topics and the number of questions per topic. The total time for the exam is 2.5 hours.
If you pass the exam, the score report will have license application instructions. If you did not pass, the report will have your scores and re-application instructions.
Step 4: Find a hiring broker
All Vermont salespersons work under the supervision of a licensed real estate broker. Your hiring broker must complete the employment/supervision form as part of your license application process.
Step 5: Submit your salesperson license application
In Vermont, the Office of Professional Regulation oversees the application and licensure process. The OPR only accepts online applications.
The salesperson application license fee is $100. The documentation you’ll need to upload includes:
OPR estimates it takes 3-5 business days to process your completed application.
Step 6: Take the Vermont state licensing exam
Vermont administers its state licensing exam through the OPR as part of the initial application process. Follow the instructions for completing the state exam.
Following a full application review, your license application will be approved or denied. Once your are approved, congratulations! You are a Vermont real estate salesperson.
Step 7: Take the 8-hour Post Licensure Education
All new Vermont real estate salespersons must take 8 hours of post-licensing education within 90 days of their initial licensure. Select from the approved courses and providers to comply, or your license may not be renewed.
The RealEstateU 40-Hour Vermont Real Estate Salesperson’s Course is designed for maximum flexibility:
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 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!
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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.
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Frank Contreras - Real Estate Agent in Texas - Century 21 APD Associates, El Paso, TX
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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
As a real estate agent, your work ethic determines how much money you can earn. The more real estate deals you source and close, the more income you generate.
Real estate agents have some of the most flexible work hours available! Work when it makes sense for you and your clients. By law, your broker cannot set your schedule!
If you are looking for an extra income stream, this is perfect for you. You are not required to go full-time as a real estate salesperson. You decide if you want to work part-time or full-time. You can even start part-time and scale up into full-time as your business grows!
Once you earn a real estate license, you will be allowed to sell or lease all types of real estate throughout Vermont.
All students have 12 months from the time of purchase to complete the RealEstateU 40-hour Vermont Real Estate Salesperson Course (including the course final exam).
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.