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THE PROCESS

In order to begin your career in real estate you will be required by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) to meet certain requirements. Once these requirements have been met you will be able to list, auction, sell, buy, manage, lease or exchange all types of real estate such as residential, commercial, and industrial properties for others. This list would also include raw land and business opportunities.

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Indian River School Of Real Estate Florida Real Estate School Florida Real Estate Training Florida Real Estate License Online Real Estate Courses Florida Instructor James Tobaschus JT
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WHERE TO START?

To be eligible to be licensed you must:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have a high school diploma or GED
  • Have a Social Security number
  • You do not need to be a Florida resident

To become a licensed real estate sales associate in the state of Florida you must complete the following 4 steps listed below this section.

HOW TO BECOME A REAL ESTATE AGENT

STEP 1:

Register and pass the required 63 Hour Pre-License Sales Associate course offered at Indian River School of Real Estate (IRSRE)

Step 2:

Schedule an appointment for your fingerprints either online at Schedule Fingerprints or call (877) 238-8232 to schedule by phone. When you arrive at the printing vendor for your appointment you will need a picture ID such as your drivers license and the following ORI number: FL920010Z. The ORI number identifies the correct profession and the agency that is responsible for processing your request, it is the same for every Sales Associate and Broker applicant.

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Step 3:

Submit the DBPR initial application Sales Associate license Form RE 1 by visiting MyFloridaLicenseApplication or call (850) 487-1395 to speak to the customer care center. Please note: Steps 1-3 can be completed in any order although the DBPR recommends that you submit your fingerprints at least 5 days prior to submitting your RE 1 application for licensure.

Step 4:

Once you have submitted your fingerprints, filled out the DBPR Form RE 1 application and completed the 63 hour Pre-License course you will be issued a Certificate of Completion from Indian River School of Real Estate. To schedule your exam, contact Pearson VUE, the state testing vendor, they have locations throughout the state. You can make an appointment online at Schedule State Exam, or by calling (888) 204-6289. 

AFTER PASSING THE STATE EXAM:

Once you have passed your state exam you will be eligible to perform the services of real estate under the direction, control, and management of a Broker or Owner/Developer. You cannot engage in real estate services on your own until you are a licensed Broker.

So If you feel you have good people skills, consider yourself to be a self-starter and the idea of becoming an entrepreneur appeals to you, you may have a very rewarding and successful career in real estate and IRSRE is committed to help you in every step of your journey.