You've decided you want to pursue a career in real estate, but where do you begin?We're here to help you start your real estate career with the resources you need to get your real estate license in Michigan.
- Complete 40 Hours of Real Estate Pre-Licensing Education.
- Pass a State Exam.
- Establish a Broker Relationship.
- Join your Local, State, and National Association of REALTORS®.
- Fulfill your Licensing Requirements.
- Abide by Real Estate Law and Regulations.
- Consider your Safety.
Con Ed or CE Continuing Education
LARA Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
MR Michigan REALTORS®
NAR National Association of REALTORS®
Real Estate Association or Board of REALTORS® A trade association that provides services and represents real estate brokers, agents, and salespeople.
Your specific situation will determine the actual cost for starting a career in real estate. These costs may include but are not limited to broker fees, association fees, continuing education, and licensing fees. Consider contacting your potential broker and local association for cost estimates, so you may set a realistic budget for your first year in real estate.
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