Real Estate Salesperson's and Broker's Licensing and Continuing Education
- Taught by Seasoned Industry Veterans
- Offers Instructor-Led Online Study Options
- Meets NY State Requirements
Salesperson’s License Requirements: Potential salespersons must complete the 75-hour New York Real Estate Salesperson’s Course/RESB1-CE9503 or 9707 before applying for the New York State license. They also must be sponsored by a licensed broker and pass the state examination.
Broker’s License Requirements: Students seeking a broker’s license must complete the 75-hour New York Real Estate Salesperson’s Course/RESB1-CE9503 or 9707 (or have a waiver from the state) and the 45-hour New York Real Estate Broker’s Course/RESB1-CE9601. Additional requirements include experience in the field and passing a state licensing examination. For general information about these courses, call 212-998-7272.
New York State real estate licensees must complete 22.5 hours of approved real estate continuing education every two years prior to the date of license renewal. The 22.5 hours must include at least three hours of instruction pertaining to fair housing and/or discrimination in the sale or rental of real property or an interest in real property. “NYCEM” at the end of a course description indicates that it is an approved module for the number of hours indicated, and “FH” indicates that the course includes the three-hour fair housing requirement. For further information, call the New York State Division of Licensing Services at 518-474-4429 or visit the Division’s website, dos.ny.gov/licensing.
Completion of this course is part of the requirement to apply for a New York State real estate broker’s license.
This New York Real Estate Broker’s License-qualifying course allows you to complete the mandatory 45 hours through online instruction.