Yes. The MREA is licensed by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs and Proprietary School Unit (License No. 19830015) to offer real estate pre-licensing courses. The MREA is also a credible provider for real estate and appraisal Continuing Education courses for licensees.
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs has three primary requirements:
The licensing exam fee is $76.00. To register, contact PSI Exams or call 1 (800) 733-9267. Exam brochures are also available at the MREA office.
The license fee is $88, and it can be found at the Bureau of Professional Licensing.
Yes. The MREA provides the required pre-licensure education in its Real Estate 101 course.
The fee for this course is $285, includes all required books and materials, and must be paid prior to beginning the course.
The MREA provides educational support only and does not assist students with job placement in a real estate firm.
Licensed real estate salespersons may list properties for sale and assist buyers in the purchase of property under the supervision of a real estate broker.
Yes. Contact the MREA for detailed information.
You will be able to make up that session during a different course month. Contact the MREA for arrangements.
To cancel registration and receive a course refund of $230.00, a student must notify the MREA, via email at MREA@gkar.com, within 24-hours following registration. Materials are not eligible for refund. Refund requests shall be processed within 10 days. Please note that this policy is subject to change.
Not Currently. Regardless of other real estate licenses you may hold, to be licensed in Michigan, you must follow the steps to obtain a Michigan Real Estate License. Additionally, you can contact Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs for detailed information and exceptions.