Know what the Washington Real Estate License State Requirements are before you start taking courses
Real estate license - Washington state requirements
When you're getting your Real Estate License in Washington, 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 Washington. Visit Washington State Department of Licensing site to learn more about the real estate license requirements specific to Washington.
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Washington is a broker only state.
General requirements - real estate license Washington
When it comes to getting your broker's license in Washington you need to be at least 18 years of age and have your high school diploma, or equivalent. You'll also need a minimum of three years of full-time experience as a salesperson in Washington or in another jurisdiction with comparable requirements.
To qualify for a broker's license, you must also:
Successfully complete 90 hours of approved real estate education within 2 years before applying for the exam. This education must include:
Getting your Washington broker's license renewed
Every two years, you'll need to renew your broker's license. You can renew your license online, by mail, or at an office. The Washington State Department of Licensing covers all the topics relating to renewing your broker's license.
Real estate license WA state requirement - continuing education, first active renewal
Real estate license WA state requirement - continuing education, subsequent active renewal
Real estate license WA state requirement - continuing education, inactive renewals
Every six years, you'll need to submit your fingerprints with your active license renewal. The Washington State Department of Licensing will let you know when it's time to get fingerprinted.
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