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Virginia Real Estate Broker License

In Virginia, there are two classes of real estate licensees.  Salespersons (commonly referred to as real estate agents) - Salespersons must work under the authority of a broker.  Brokers - Some people get a broker license to run their own company.  Others desire the broker title so they have stronger credentials and knowledge of the business.  One may become a broker only after having the required minimum 3 years experience, broker courses with course exam(s) and taking the broker exam by PSI.    The more detailed requirements are listed below and on the Real Estate Board DPOR website. Broker Pre-License Online Courses - UPDATE 2019:    We now have the approved Virginia Broker Pre-License Courses (also called VA Broker License Courses).  There is a 180 package with all the courses as needed for a an upgrade from saleseperson to broker (after the 36 of 48 months experience).   Includes unlimited practice exams. View details and sign up for the 180 hour VA Broker Licence Course Package We also have the individual 45 hour courses, which are often needed for a broker license by reciprocity. View the Virginia 45 hour Broker Courses and sign up here. NOTE:  Scroll to the bottom of the page for each of the 45 hour course options. Choices include Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Brokerage, Real Estate Finance, and Real Estate Investment.  Course completion is submitted the the Virginia Real Estate Board at DPOR.  For those upgrading to broker, it usually requires the PSI broker exam, national and state portions .  For those applying as broker by reciprocity, it usually requires only the Virginia state portion of the PSI broker exam.  Questions, contact us. Virginia Real Estate Broker LIcense Requirements - Details: In order to become licensed as a real estate broker by the Real Estate Board, you must:  complete 180 class/clock hours of Board-approved Pre-License Courses, and * pass the state and national portions of the broker examination, and * submit verification of experience (actively engaged as a salesperson for 36 of the 48 months preceding application). Equivalent courses to Board-approved courses offered by an accredited university, college, community college, or other school or education institution may be accepted for broker pre-license education. Each course must be at least 45 class/clock hours or 3 semester hours. Proof of course completion, including a monitored, final written examination, is required for course approval. Note:  Brokers currently licensed in another state may be able to apply for a broker license by reciprocity and take the Virginia portion of the real estate broker exam.  Please contact us for more information and see our exam prep section for Virginia specific materials. This is a copy of the requirements section for becoming a Virginia broker. 18 VAC 135-20-40. Additional qualifications for brokers. An applicant for an individual license as a real estate broker shall meet the following requirements in addition to those set forth in 18 VAC 135- 20-30: 1. The applicant shall meet the current educational requirements of § 54.1-2105 of the Code of Virginia. 2. The applicant shall have been actively engaged as defined in 18 VAC 135-20-10 as a real estate salesperson for a period of 36 of the 48 months immediately preceding application. This requirement may be waived at the discretion of the board in accordance with § 54.1-2105 of the Code of Virginia. http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/uploadedFiles/MainSite/Content/Boards/Re al_Estate/A490-02REGS.pdf Please consult the Virginia Real Estate Board to confirm what you need to obtain your Virginia real estate broker license, whether you plan to apply as an upgrade by examination or by reciprocity. For any other question, contact our instructor Paul Hartke, who is a licensed Virginia real estate broker in Reston, Virginia.
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Virginia Real Estate Broker License

In Virginia, there are two classes of real estate licensees.  Salespersons (commonly referred to as real estate agents) - Salespersons must work under the authority of a broker.  Brokers - Some people get a broker license to run their own company.  Others desire the broker title so they have stronger credentials and knowledge of the business.  One may become a broker only after having the required minimum 3 years experience, broker courses with course exam(s) and taking the broker exam by PSI.    The more detailed requirements are listed below and on the Real Estate Board DPOR website. Broker Pre-License Online Courses - UPDATE 2019:    We now have the approved Virginia Broker Pre-License Courses (also called VA Broker License Courses).  There is a 180 package with all the courses as needed for a an upgrade from saleseperson to broker (after the 36 of 48 months experience).   Includes unlimited practice exams. View details and sign up for the 180 hour VA Broker Licence Course Package We also have the individual 45 hour courses, which are often needed for a broker license by reciprocity. View the Virginia 45 hour Broker Courses and sign up here. NOTE:  Scroll to the bottom of the page for each of the 45 hour course options. Choices include Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Brokerage, Real Estate Finance, and Real Estate Investment.  Course completion is submitted the the Virginia Real Estate Board at DPOR.  For those upgrading to broker, it usually requires the PSI broker exam, national and state portions .  For those applying as broker by reciprocity, it usually requires only the Virginia state portion of the PSI broker exam.  Questions, contact us. Virginia Real Estate Broker LIcense Requirements - Details: In order to become licensed as a real estate broker by the Real Estate Board, you must:  complete 180 class/clock hours of Board-approved Pre-License Courses, and * pass the state and national portions of the broker examination, and * submit verification of experience (actively engaged as a salesperson for 36 of the 48 months preceding application). Equivalent courses to Board-approved courses offered by an accredited university, college, community college, or other school or education institution may be accepted for broker pre-license education. Each course must be at least 45 class/clock hours or 3 semester hours. Proof of course completion, including a monitored, final written examination, is required for course approval. Note:  Brokers currently licensed in another state may be able to apply for a broker license by reciprocity and take the Virginia portion of the real estate broker exam.  Please contact us for more information and see our exam prep section for Virginia specific materials. This is a copy of the requirements section for becoming a Virginia broker. 18 VAC 135-20-40. Additional qualifications for brokers. An applicant for an individual license as a real estate broker shall meet the following requirements in addition to those set forth in 18 VAC 135-20-30: 1. The applicant shall meet the current educational requirements of § 54.1-2105 of the Code of Virginia. 2. The applicant shall have been actively engaged as defined in 18 VAC 135-20-10 as a real estate salesperson for a period of 36 of the 48 months immediately preceding application. This requirement may be waived at the discretion of the board in accordance with § 54.1-2105 of the Code of Virginia. http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/uploadedFiles/MainSite/ Content/Boards/Real_Estate/A490-02REGS.pdf Please consult the Virginia Real Estate Board to confirm what you need to obtain your Virginia real estate broker license, whether you plan to apply as an upgrade by examination or by reciprocity. For any other question, contact our instructor Paul Hartke, who is a licensed Virginia real estate broker in Reston, Virginia.
Act Web Real Estate School  VaRealtySchool.com 11890 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA 20191  DPOR Virginia Licensed Real Estate School Paul Hartke, Licensed Virginia Instructor/ Broker Constance Hartke, Administrator 703-476-1747  Contact Us Online Copyright 2018 by Paul Hartke