Kansas Real Estate Sales Agent License Requirements
You must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED in order to become licensed in Kansas.
- Complete a 30-hour Principles of Real Estate course.
- Complete a 30-hour Kansas Practice Course. This applies to both residents and non-residents. The certificate from this course must be filed within six months of course completion.
- If you are eligible for licensure through requirements met in another jurisdiction, then the pre-license course isn’t required.
- Applicants must request KBI/FBI background check form (REL-150) from the Kansas Real Estate Commission.
Pass both the general and state sections of the Kansas Licensing Exam within 12 months of completing your Kansas Practice course. After passing your exam, you will receive an Application for License.
The Application for License must be filed within either:
- Six months of the exam pass date. If sections were passed on different dates, the earlier date starts the clock.
- Six months of the earliest document date (ex.: Certificates, Reports, etc.)
3 Reasons Why You Should Get A Kansas Real Estate License
- Unlimited Earning Potential: With a real estate license, you have the potential to earn as much as you want. Your income is not limited by a salary or hourly wage, so you can earn as much as you are willing to work for.
- Flexibility: As a licensed real estate agent, you have the freedom to set your own schedule and work as much or as little as you want. This allows you to balance your work and personal life in a way that works best for you.
- Helping People: As a real estate agent, you have the opportunity to help people achieve their dreams of owning a home or investing in property. This can be incredibly fulfilling and rewarding, both personally and professionally.
Overall, getting a real estate license is a great way to make more money, enjoy flexibility and independence, and make a positive impact on others.
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