How to Get a Kansas Real Estate License
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The Basic requirements To Be Eligible To Obtain A Real Estate License in Kansas Are:
- You are at least 18 years old
- You have a high school diploma
- You have NOT been convicted of certain felonies within a specific time-frame
The Steps Required To Apply For Licensure By The Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC) Are:
- Successfully complete a 30 hour Principles of Real Estate course from an accredited school can be found on the Kansas Real Estate Commission website and receive a completion certificate from that school. This certificate allows you to take the State Exam. (This certificate is valid for 12 months, meaning you have 12 months to pass the State Exam.)
- Pass each of two sections of the State Exam. You will receive a completion report for each part of the exam. (These two reports are valid for 6 months from the date you pass that section.)
- Submit to a KBI/FBI criminal background check. (Your background check is valid for 6 months.)
- Complete a 30 hour Practice Course and have a completion certificate. (The Practice Course certificate is valid for 6 months.)
- Affiliate with a real estate broker, we’d love to talk to you about becoming a Midwest Real Estate REALTOR®!
Visit https://krec.ks.gov to find approved licensing education providers to get your Kansas Real Estate License.