Real Estate Broker License Training
Complete Your Real Estate Broker License Training in just 10 weeks
- This Accelerated course provides a combination of online self-study (150 hours) and supplemental classroom instruction, and meets the Oregon Real Estate Agency pre-licensing criteria.
- The Schedule consists of 10 Sessions.
- This is an online course, facilitated live via Zoom.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Is this the class I need to become a licensed real estate broker?
Yes. This course is approved by the State of Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA) and meets education
requirements to become a licensed real estate broker in Oregon.
What books or other materials do I need to purchase for the Broker class?
None. All materials are provided. The instructor will explain how the class works. Plan to spend between 10 to 15 hours each week studying the material.
Are there other classes that I need to take prior to or after this to become a real estate broker?
No. After the class term ends, you must pass a required exam from the OREA’s exam vendor. Prior to taking the exam, you must apply for a broker license and pay an application fee to the OREA.
What other requirements must be met in order to become licensed?
To become licensed you must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma, GED or international equivalent, and pass a background check.
What is the difference between a Realtor® and a Broker?
In Oregon, a real estate broker license is the entry-level license that allows a person to conduct professional real estate activity, including helping others to buy and sell homes. A principal broker license allows the licensee to supervise brokers and other specific licensees. To hold a principal broker license in Oregon, you must typically hold an active broker license for at least three years. Some states have licensing systems where the entry-level license is a “sales person” license and the supervisory license type is a “broker” license. Oregon does not have a “sales person” license type, only broker and principal broker.
A Realtor® is a licensed broker or principal broker who belongs to the National Association of Realtor®. Only licensees who are members of this association may use the term “Realtor®.”
Once I become a licensed broker, do I have to continue taking classes to maintain my status?
Yes. The broker license must be renewed every two years. Prior to renewing an active license, the broker needs to complete 30 hours of eligible continuing education. There are specific courses that must be taken prior to the first active renewal. This information is covered in the course.
For more information about the exam please visit: Real Estate Broker, Principal Broker and Property Manager Examination Candidate Information Bulletin provided by PSI Services LLC in this link.
Date: June 21 – Aug. 23 │ Once per week, every Wednesday│ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm│ Instructor – Heather Rich │ Live via Zoom │
Fee. $ 705.00 │ Payment Instructions. Credit Card Payment is available online. Payment is required within 24 hours of registering in order to prevent being dropped from the class. Contact our office if paying by check or to make other arrangements.
Drop & Refund Policy │In order to drop the class with a full refund it is required that you notify the instructor and the Lane SBDC staff within the first week of class. Refunds for cancellation requests received outside of the refund deadline are generally given when there is sufficient documentation of medical or extenuating circumstances constituting an emergency.
Payments Plans Policy │ Payment plans are available upon request and can be set up with an additional 10% charge. All fees must be paid before the class ends.
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