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Real estate license - Missouri state requirement

When you're getting your real estate license in Missouri, you want to make sure you thoroughly understand the licensing requirements. Every state is different so if you're interested in getting licensed across different states, be sure to carefully review the requirements for Missouri. Visit the Missouri Division of Professional Registration site to learn more about the specific real estate license requirements.

Over 38,000 people in Missouri have used Real Estate Express online pre-license and exam prep courses to get their licenses. Our real estate and exam prep courses are designed with Missouri's state requirements in mind. The state of Missouri has specific requirements for real estate agent and brokers' licenses and we make sure our online real estate license courses meet the requirements for Missouri.

General requirements - real estate license Missouri requirement

When it comes to getting your real estate license in Missouri, you must be at least 18 years of age, show evidence of being fingerprinted through the approved statewide vendor, and meet ONE of the following requirements:

One

  • Earn a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion from a 48-hour pre-exam salesperson course. The certification must come from an accredited Missouri real estate school on or before the exam date,

  • Pass both the Missouri salesperson examination, and complete the 24-hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (MREP) before you submit your application for the license

  • The Missouri Real Estate Practice Course can be taken before or after exam date. Make sure you take it after you complete the 48-hour pre-exam salesperson course

  • Submit your application for license within six months of completing the 48-hour pre-exam salesperson course; OR

Two

  • Be a licensed attorney and pass BOTH portions of the Missouri salesperson examination. (Education requirements are waived.)

  • Submit your application for the real estate license within six months of passing the exam.

  • If you don't pass both portions of the exam in one sitting, then you must submit your application for license within six months of the first passing exam score

  • Provide a copy of your Bar card with the application for license; OR

Three

  • Hold a current and active real estate license in another jurisdiction

  • Pass the STATE portion of the Missouri salesperson exam, AND

  • Complete the 24-hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (MREP) prior to submitting application for license.

  • The Missouri Real Estate Practice course can be taken before or after exam date. Be sure to submit your application for the license within six months of passing the exam.

  • A current license (history) certification issued within three months from the real estate commission of the state/jurisdiction where the currently license is held, must be provided with the application for licensure. (A copy of license is not acceptable.)

Broker License

When it comes to getting your broker's license in Missouri, you must be at least 18 years of age, show evidence of being fingerprinted through the approved statewide vendor, and meet ONE of the following requirements:

One

  • Have a current and active Missouri salesperson license for at least 24 of the last 30 months immediately preceding the application for license,

  • Earn a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion from a 48-hour pre-exam broker course. This must be from an accredited Missouri real estate school and completed the day of or before the exam date,

  • Pass both portions of the Missouri broker exam,

  • Submit your application for license within six months of completing the 48-hour pre-exam broker course; OR

Two

  • Be a licensed attorney, as well as hold an active salesperson license and pass BOTH portions of the Missouri broker examination,

  • OR if unlicensed, you must pass BOTH portions of the Missouri salesperson examination and BOTH portions of the Missouri broker examination. The education requirements and license experience are waived.

  • Make sure you submit your application within six months of passing the Missouri broker exam

  • If you don't pass both portions of the exam in one sitting, then you must submit your application for license within six months of the first passing broker exam score

  • Provide a current copy of your Bar card with the application for license; OR

Three

  • Hold a current and active salesperson license in another jurisdiction, have 24 of the last 30 months active salesperson experience,

  • Earn a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion from a 48-hour pre-exam broker course from an accredited Missouri real estate school on or the date of the exam, and pass BOTH portions of the Missouri broker examination.

  • Make sure you submit the license application within six months of the completion date of the 48-hour pre-exam broker course.

  • The current license (history) certification issued within three months from the real estate commission of the state/jurisdiction from which currently licensed must be provided with the application for licensure. Do not submit a copy of your license.

Four

  • Hold a current and active broker license in another jurisdiction

  • Have 24 of the last 30 months active license experience as a real estate salesperson or broker,

  • Pass the STATE portion of the Missouri broker exam.

  • Submit your application within six months of passing the state portion of the broker exam

  • A current license (history) certification issued within three months from the real estate commission of the state/jurisdiction from which currently licensed must be provided with the application for licensure. Do not submit a copy of your license.

Getting a real estate license in Missouri if you're not a resident

If you have a real estate license in another state and you want to get your license in Missouri, then you'll need to complete the following:

  • Pass the STATE portion of the Missouri salesperson exam and take the 24-hour Missouri Real Estate Practice (MREP) course.

  • You can take the MREP course before or after the date of the exam.

  • The 48-hour Missouri salesperson pre-examination course isn't required.

  • Submit your license application to the MREC within six months of passing the STATE portion of the Missouri salesperson exam.

  • A license (history) certification issued within three months from the real estate commission of the state/jurisdiction from where applying must be provided with the application for licensure. Do not send a copy of the license.

  • If your certifications is more than three months old, or do not reflect that the individual holds a current and active license, then your application will be considered incomplete.

  • You'll need to complete a criminal history background check and be fingerprinted

Renewing your real estate or broker's license

The state of Missouri requires anyone with an active real estate license to complete 12 hours of continuing education. Real Estate Express offers continuing education courses that meet Missouri's requirements.

  • At least three (3) of the twelve (12) hours of approved instruction are core credits

  • The remaining hours consist of other core or elective courses

If you have any questions about the continuing education requirements, please contact the Missouri Real Estate Commission at (573) 751-2628 or visit their website the Missouri Division of Professional Registration.

Good to know

  • If you're applying for an original Missouri license, then you are required to be fingerprinted for a Missouri and federal criminal history background check. This applies to both real estate and brokers who are applying for an original license. Make sure you contact the approved vendor before you apply for your license.

  • Looking for application forms? Visit the application forms page to download name changes, application for license, continuing education credit, and other forms.



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