Maryland Real Estate Sales Agent 60-Hour Pre-License Course


  • Duration: 60 hours
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How to Get a Maryland Real Estate License

To qualify for a real estate salesperson license, an applicant shall be an individual who meets the requirements of this section.

  • An applicant shall be of good character and reputation.
  • An applicant shall be at least 18 years old.
  • An applicant shall have completed successfully:
    • a basic course in real estate approved by the Commission that:
      • does not require more than 60 clock hours of:
        • classroom instruction; or
        • instruction provided by:
          • remote access satellite;
          • closed–circuit video;
          • computer, including transmission over the Internet and the World Wide Web;
          • home study; or
          • any other delivery system approved by the Commission; and
          • includes a 3 clock hour course in real estate ethics approved by the Commission; or

If approved by the Commission as an alternative, courses in real estate subjects in any college, including a 3 clock hour course in real estate ethics approved by the Commission.

  • An applicant shall pass an examination given by the Commission under § 17-306 of this subtitle.
  • An applicant shall obtain, from a licensed real estate broker, a commitment providing that the applicant shall become affiliated with the licensed real estate broker as a real estate salesperson on the granting of a real estate salesperson license to the applicant.
  • An applicant shall meet any other requirement that the Commission establishes to ensure that only individuals who are professionally competent and of good character and reputation are licensed.

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