How to Get Your Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent License
Are you looking to become an Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent? Our Livestream course is a popular option among students as it provides all the perks of a classroom experience from the comfort of your own home. With scheduled, instructor-led courses, you can be confident that you’re learning from real estate professionals who have market expertise in your area.
What’s included in our Livestream Course
- Complete 60 hours of required pre-licensing through scheduled Livestream classes led by real estate instructors.
- Local instructor expertise: Real estate instructors with market expertise in your area will develop and teach your Livestream classes.
- Scheduled classes: Livestream classes are regularly scheduled, just like attending an in-person class, but can be attended from the comfort of your own home.
- Instructor and peer engagement: You can regularly engage with instructors and peers in a Livestream setting, just like in a physical classroom.
- Comprehensive exam prep: We use CompuCram to prepare you for the topics found on your state exam, and we provide inside knowledge of what’s covered, as well as proprietary mastery methods.
- Pass or Don’t Pay Guarantee: We offer an industry-leading exam prep to help you pass on the first try, and if you don’t, we provide a refund on your original purchase. (Excludes FL, NJ, TN, and MI).
- Visual learning videos from Sketchy: Our partnership with Sketchy allows you to experience test prep in a whole new way through short, animated videos with engaging storylines, memorable characters, and humor to help retain and understand the content you’ll find on the real estate exam.
- Hard-copy textbooks: These printed textbooks are helpful guides as you move through your scheduled Livestream classes with an instructor.
Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent License Requirements
- Be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident alien, or legally present in the U.S. and be at least 19 years old.
- Show proof of bona fide residency in any state in the U.S.
- Show proof of high school graduation or the equivalent.
- Not have been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude.
- Not have had a real estate application or license rejected or revoked in any state within the past two years.
Steps to Obtaining Your Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent License
- Meet Alabama Real Estate License Requirements
- Complete an approved 60-hour Alabama Real Estate Pre-License Course.
- Pass the Real Estate Licensing Examination.
- Complete a 30-hour Post-License Training Course within the first twelve months of licensure to be issued an original (permanent) license.
Please note that as of January 3, 2023, Pearson VUE will replace PSI as the licensing examination provider. The national portion of the salesperson license examination will change, but the state portion will remain the same.
Why Become a Real Estate Agent?
A real estate agent is an inspiring, multifaceted professional who not only assists clients in buying, selling, or renting properties but also makes dreams come true by helping individuals and families find the perfect place to call home. When you embark on the journey of becoming a real estate agent, you acquire invaluable skills such as effective communication, negotiation, and a deep understanding of the real estate market, all of which enable you to excel in this exciting and dynamic industry. The passion and dedication of a real estate agent have the power to transform lives, making the profession not only financially rewarding but also personally fulfilling. By stepping into the world of real estate, you unlock unlimited potential to make a lasting impact on the lives of countless people and build a successful, vibrant career.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to become an Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent. Enroll in our Livestream course and take the first step!
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