Looking to get your real estate broker's license? You've come to the right place! Start your real estate career today by getting your Washington real estate broker license (named “agent” prior to June 30, 2010). Our students here at Realestateschool.org, have a high pass rate thanks to 29 years of experience training Washington real estate professionals. Take our pre-license courses today and pass the exam on your first try. Our certified instructor is available to answer your broker course questions and help you succeed. He has over 30 years of real estate experience and has taught at the college level. He'll even give you his personal cell number for a one-on-one consultation prior to taking your Washington real estate broker exam!
Preparation will give you confidence,and this package will have you flying high with all the Washington State required hours and tons of extras.
- Fundamentals (60 hours)
- Practices (30 hours)
- Exam Prep with 500 practice questions
- Vocabulary Cram with 950 practice questions
- 9 hour Broker Pre-license Video Cram taught by experts including real estate attorneys and college instructors.
This package includes.
- Washington Real Estate Fundamentals ( hours)
- Real Estate Practices (WA)* ( hours)
- Math Prep (National 2) ( hours)
- National Prep (National 3) ( hours)
- Learn More - National (National 4) ( hours)
- State Content (State 1) ( hours)
- Washington Laws & Rules Cram (State 2) ( hours)
- WA DOL Web Highlights (State 3) ( hours)
- State Prep (State 4) ( hours)
- RCW's and WAC's Cut Up (State 5) ( hours)
- Learn More - State (State 6) ( hours)
Current requirements to get your Washington state real estate license:
Washington Real Estate license broker candidates need to be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or have completed a GED.
Broker candidates (previously titled “agent”) will be required to complete 90 clock hours of pre- license education, which will include a 60 clock hour Washington Real Estate Fundamentals course plus a 30 hour Real Estate Practices course.
Once you complete the required pre-license education, have your certificates and official completion packet documents (including AMP's Candidate Handbook) from us you are qualified to sign-up to take the Washington State Broker Exam through the state's current testing vendor, Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc (AMP). Once you pass the Washington State Broker Exam you can apply to the State to become a licensed real estate broker.
One of the recent law changes involves getting fingerprinted once every 6 years with your active license renewal. If you do not have a fingerprint on record with the state of Washington within the last 6 years you will be required to do so prior to applying for your license. The fingerprint card must be included with your application to become a Washington Real Estate Broker.