- 1. Comply with the General Mississippi Real Estate License Requirements:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be a resident of Mississippi when you apply for your Mississippi real estate license.
- 2. Complete a 60-hour real estate pre-license course - Enroll Today
- Meet the Educational Real Estate License Requirements in Mississippi by completing 60 hours of state-approved pre-license education.
- 3. File your Mississippi real estate license application
- Complete and return the Application for Resident Salesperson License.
- 4. Take the Mississippi real estate license exam
- Upon notice of application approval, pass both the general and state portions of the state licensing exam. The general portion requires a minimum score of 70% and the state portion requires a minimum score of 75%.
- Once you pass the state licensing exam, you'll receive a temporary license that will expire one year from licensing.
- 5. Know the costs of a Mississippi real estate license
- The fee is $75 for the 2 examination portions, regardless if you take 1 or both examination portions. Examination retakes are $75 for 1 or both examination portions.
- Mississippi registration fees are not refundable. Registration fees expire after one year of registering
Learn what's required for your Real Estate License in Mississippi
This real estate licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the Mississippi Real Estate Commission. We recommend you contact the Mississippi Real Estate Commission for more detailed information or changes.
If you obtain real estate licenses in multiple states, we recommend you check each state's requirements.
Students cannot receive credit for completing more than 8 hours in a course per day. At this rate, students are not allowed to complete a course in less than 8 days, therefore, the first attempt at the LIVE, PROCTORED COURSE FINAL EXAMINATION is not accessible until at least the 8th day after starting the course (provided the student has completed all units and unit quizzes).
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.