How to Get a Real Estate Broker License
To get your broker’s license in the state of Florida, you will need to complete the following:
- Have an active real estate sales associate license, AND
- Have 24 months of real estate experience during the five year period before you became a licensed broker or real estate sales associate.
- If you have a Florida real estate sales associate license, you must fulfill the sales associate post-licensing education requirement before getting your broker’s license.
- If you have a Florida sales associate license, you are not exempt from the sales associate post-licensing course.
- Complete a 72-hour pre-licensing course for brokers
Application and exam requirements
- Submit a completed application, electronic fingerprints, and the fee.
- Pass the Florida Real Estate Broker Examination with a grade of at least 75 out of 100 points.
- Submit a completed DBPR RE 13 Broker Transactions form so your license can be activated.
- If you don’t submit the broker transactions form, your license will be issued as inactive.
“Did You Find What You Need?” For Additional Resources & Testing:
- Exam Prep Course (Click Here)
- Florida Real Estate Broker’s Pre-Licensing Guide eBook (Click Here)
- Florida Real Estate Exam Manual for Sales Associates and Brokers eBook (Click Here)
- Up and Running in 30 Days: A Proven Plan for Financial Success in Real Estate eBook (Click Here)
For More Add-Ons (Click Here)
Once this online course has been purchased, there are NO REFUNDS. No materials are included other than an E-Book and this is not downloadable to your computer. CARE is not responsible for students who fail to complete their education on time for any reason, and the state will not grant extensions for late renewals (unless qualified for hardship exemption). The course can be completed on a period of 6 months from the date of purchased. Once the course and end-of-course exam is completed the certificate will be sent to the state and e-mailed to you in a period of 3 business days.