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.