Real Estate Broker

Do You Want to be a Registered Real Estate Broker in Arizona?

Complete the following 5 steps to achieve your goal:

Required Application Documentation

  • Original Broker Application & Fee
  • Original AZ State Exam Score Reports
  • Proof of Legal Presence (front & back)
  • Original Broker Verification (Form LI-226)
  • Pre-licensure Education Certificate
  • Disciplinary Actions Disclosure(Form LI-214/244)
  • DPS Issued AZ Fingerprint Card
  • Sever as a salesperson & Fee (Form LI-202) or sever online for free
  • Hire as a Designated Broker & Fee (Form LI-201)
  • Hire as an Associate Broker & Fee (Form LI-202) or hire online for a reduced fee
  • Broker Management Clinic Certificate
  • Disclosure Documentation (if applicable)
  1. Complete the Required Education CourseworkTo get an Arizona license you must be 18 years of age and have 3 years of actual experience as a licensed real estate agent or broker within the past 5 years, which is verified with the LI-226 form (Required for testing and licensing). You must complete 90 hours of education that consists of 45 units.
  2. Get a Fingerprint Clearance Card
    All students are required to obtain a fingerprint clearance card as part of the Real Estate licensing process. Review the State of Arizona Fingerprint Card information in the box to the right. DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card Information.
  3. Complete the School Exam All students are required to complete and pass the school exam with a score of 75% or higher.
  4. Schedule your License Exam
    The Arizona Department of Real Estate uses Pearson Vue as their testing provider. Contact Pearson Vue at to schedule the Arizona Real Estate Broker examination.
  5. Complete the Broker Management Clinic
    All students are required to attend before activating a Broker’s license. Broker Management Clinic Online.
  6. Submit Your Application
    Apply for your license with the Arizona Department of Real Estate at