Know what the Missouri Real Estate License State Requirements are before you start taking courses
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:
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:
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:
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.
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.
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