In New Jersey, in order to conduct a real estate sales transaction in which you are not a principal, you must have a NJ real estate salesperson’s license.
The requirements for licensing are as follows:
- Applicants must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Applicants must successfully complete a 75 hour course and earn a score of 70% or more on the final class exam to qualify to take the state exam.
- Upon successful completion of the pre-licensing course, applicants have one year to pass the State exam and file license application with the Real Estate Commission. Failure to do so will require repeating the course.
- Applicants are subject to a criminal background check conducted by the NJ Real Estate Commission.
Currently, live online virtual pre-licensing training is permitted. State testing centers are currently offering both online remote testing as well as in-person testing at their testing sites.
NJ Real Estate Prep is a licensed real estate salesperson pre-licensing school authorized by the NJ Real Estate Commission to prepare & qualify students for the NJ real estate salesperson’s licensing exam.
For more information on the upcoming class schedule, visit NJ Real Estate Prep’s website or call 732.945.7717. To learn more about a real estate career and obtaining your license, please join us at our next career webinar. You can register here or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.