Step by Step: Getting Your License
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Have a high-school diploma or equivalent (like GED).
- Have good character.
- You do NOT need to be a Florida resident.
- If you are already licensed in another state, you might qualify for a mutual recognition license if you are in one of the 8 states that have an agreement with Florida.
Real Estate Course
- Consists of 63 hours.
- Must be approved by the Florida Real Estate Commission.
- Students may miss no more than 8 hours of class.
- Students must complete a 100-questions final examination with a score of at least 70%.
Applying for the Florida Exam
- Apply even before taking your course exam.
- Get your application from the state or apply online today.
- The application must be notarized and the following items included:
- Electronic fingerprints
- A check for $89 (sales associate) or $97 (broker)
The State Exam
- Given by Pearson VUE, Inc. at 21 locations in Florida. Click here for a description of the test.
- The charge is $36.75 per exam.
- The exam is given on a small touch-screen computer.
- Exam is graded immediately after completion.
- Successful candidates may begin working after sending Form RE-11(signed by the employer) to the DBPR.
- Enroll in the online course.
- Get your application in the mail, or complete your application online.
- Begin your exciting real estate career!
Ready to get started now?
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