How to Get Your Hawaii Real Estate Broker License
Hawaii Real Estate Broker License Requirements
- 80 hours of pre-licensing education required by the State of Hawaii
- Seat time management, ensuring students engage in the course content for the minimum required time
- Pre-licensing final exams must be passed with a minimum of 70% and may be taken a maximum of 3 times
- Licensing exam administered by PSI
Steps to Become a Hawaii Real Estate Broker
- Complete the 80-hour Hawaii Real Estate Broker Pre-License Course
- Pass the course final exam with a minimum of 70%
- Register for and pass the state licensing exam administered by PSI
- Submit your license application to the Hawaii Real Estate Commission
This comprehensive 80-hour course provides everything you need to obtain your Hawaii Broker license, covering fundamental topics like real estate law, financing principles, property management, contracts, and more. The course also focuses on the roles and responsibilities of a broker, including brokerage formulation, ethics, financial records, and advertising.
- In-depth coverage of key real estate principles and broker responsibilities
- Incremental questions after each lesson for practical knowledge application
- Credit for the 20 hours of continuing education required for license renewal
- Electronic certificate of completion
3 Benefits of Starting Your Own Real Estate Brokerage
- Financial Independence: Owning a brokerage allows you to build a stable income, earn higher commissions, and benefit from agents’ sales.
- Flexibility and Control: As a brokerage owner, you have the freedom to make strategic decisions, manage your time, and create a unique brand and company culture.
- Professional Growth and Recognition: Running a successful brokerage enhances your reputation, expands your network, and offers valuable experience in entrepreneurship and management.
Launch your real estate career in Hawaii with our all-in-one 80-hour Pre-License Course. With in-depth coverage of essential topics and broker responsibilities, you’ll be well-prepared for success in the real estate industry.
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