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Real property laws
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Pass the Course Final Exam
After you complete the 63-Hour Course, you must meet FREC's minimum course time requirement, and pass the Unit exams, you will need to take and pass the course final exam with a score of 70% or higher. If you fail the exam, you may retest once within the year of original examination.
If you fail more than one time, you will need to retake the entire course before being eligible to retake the course final exam.
Submit Fingerprints to the Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR)
Finally, you must pass both the state and national portions of the Florida Salesperson License Exam. You can schedule your exam with Pearson Vue online.
How Long Does It Take to Get a Real Estate License in Florida?
On average, the time it takes to get a Florida real estste license is anywhere between 2-5 months. Some students are able to complete the required 63-Hour Pre-License course in just a few weeks while other students may take several months depending on the time they have to spend within their course.
After completing the required class, students should plan to spend an additonal 1-2 months finding a sponsoring broker, going through the license application process, and passing the Florida real estate exam.
How Much Does It Cost to Get a Florida Real Estate License?
The cost to become a real estate agent in Florida can vary depending on the cost of school tuition, where students get their fingerprints and background checks at, and whether students pass their exam on their first attempt or not. However, on average, students should expect to pay around $375.00 to receive their license.
Fingerprinting Fees (vary by location)
Once you receive your license, FREC requires you to complete a mandatory course of Post-License education before renewing for the first time.
Licensees holding a Florida Real Estate Sales Associate License must complete 45 credit hours of Post-License education.
Licensees holding a Florida Real Estate Broker License must complete 60 credit hours of Post-License education.