- 1. Comply with the General Minnesota Real Estate License Requirements:
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- 2. Complete 90 hours in courses - Enroll Today
- Meet the Educational Real Estate License Requirements in Minnesota by completing 90 hours of real estate pre-license education, including three 30-hour approved courses (Course I, II, III)
- Course I must be completed prior to taking your real estate salesperson exam; Course II and Course III may be completed either before or after the exam, but must be completed prior to applying for your Minnesota real estate license.
- 3. Take the Minnesota real estate license exam
- Pass the Minnesota real estate salesperson licensing exam before you apply for your license.
- Prior to registering for your exam, be sure to successfully complete Course I of your pre-license education.
- 4. Find a sponsoring broker
- You can't become a licensed real estate salesperson in Minnesota without first being associated with an actively licensed real estate broker.
- 5. File your Minnesota real estate license application:
- The real estate broker you are associated with must submit your application for a Minnesota real estate license. Once the application is approved by the Commerce Department your broker will be able to print out your license.
- 6. Know the cost of a Minnesota real estate license
- $65.00 to take the licensing examination
- $130.00 for the licensing fee
Learn what's required for your Real Estate License in Minnesota
This real estate licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the Minnesota Department of Commerce. We recommend you contact the Minnesota Department of Commerce for more detailed information or changes.
If you obtain real estate licenses in multiple states, we recommend you check each state's requirements.
The application for your salesperson's license must be submitted within one year of passing the examination. Otherwise, you will need to retake the examination and pass it again.
Note: This license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It's ultimately the responsibility of the licensee to be sure that he or she is meeting all requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period.