Real Estate Brokerage Licensing – Associate of Applied Science Degree
Applicants for a broker license will need to have four years of experience as a licensed salesperson, plus demonstrate practical competency by providing a detailed list of brokerage activities engaged in by the applicant during this same period. This will ensure consumers who deal with brokers and their sponsored salespersons a level of service more solidly backed up by additional practical experience. Besides a broker license, graduates will also have additional opportunities in diverse areas, such as comparative market analysis, property management and investment.
Real Estate Licensing – Certificate
Comprised of two components: 1. Five mandatory courses that are required for the Texas Real Estate Licensing Exam and 2. Two restricted electives to provide you with additional useful expertise in areas such as Finance, Marketing, Real Estate.
A holder of a sales license can only perform real estate activities under the sponsorship (and supervision) of someone who holds a brokerage license.
For additional information on TREC’s Become a Real Estate Sales Agent process, degree and certificate requirements and costs, students should review the advising page.
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