What You Must Know About Florida Real Estate Agents

What You Must Know About Florida Real Estate Agents

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What You Must Know About Florida Real Estate Agents
There are two common examples of a Florida real estate license that are bestowed today. The first Florida real estate license bestowed to Florida real estate agents allows an individual to identify themselves as a Sales Associate. The other Florida real estate license will cause an individual to be known as a real estate broker.
Florida real estate agents who seek a Florida real estate license to become a sales associate must:
Be at least eighteen years of age
Must have earned a GED or have a high school diploma
Complete and pass a state approved sales associate pre-license course which is sixty three hours long
Submit an application accompanied by the appropriate fee
Pass the Florida Real Estate License exam
Exceptions to the above requirement are granted to attorneys who have a current Florida Bar Membership or individuals who have earned a four year degree in Real Estate from an accredited institute of higher learning.
Individuals who seek a Florida real estate license that will allow them to serve as brokers must:
Be at least eighteen years old
Must have completed a high school diploma or GED program
Complete and pass a state approved seventy two hour Brokers Pre-License Course
Have held an active Sales Associate license for at least twenty four out of the previous sixty months (two years out of five years)
Complete the applicable post Florida real estate license education program
Submit an application to the Division of Real Estate accompanied by the appropriate fee
Pass the state exam for Florida Real Estate Agents
Exceptions to these requirements are also granted to individuals who have completed a four year degree in Real Estate from an accredited institution

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