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Contract Writing Course Certificate
Disclosure Documentation (if applicable
Complete the Required Education:
To get your license in Arizona you must be 18 years of age when applying for your license. You can complete the required education before you turn 18, but must wait to apply for your license with The Arizona Department of Real Estate. You can complete the 90 hours of approved real estate education through our face to face classroom, live online/streaming, or online on your own time sessions. The courses we offer to satisfy the 90 hours of approved real estate pre-license education are; REA179 Real Estate Principles I, and REA180 Real Estate Principles II. These courses can be taken concurrently and completed in one semester.
Pass the School Exam:
All students must pass the final exam in REA179 & REA180 with a score of 75% or better, and receive a final grade of "C" or better in order to be eligible to sit for the state licensing exam. Once you have passed the final exam and received a grade of "C" or better in each course, you will then receive your 90 hour certification that will allow you to sit for the state licensing exam with Pearson Vue.
Complete the Contract Writing Course:
All students are required to complete the 6-Hour Contract Writing Course before applying for your Arizona Real Estate Salespersons License. We typically offer Contract Writing (REA290AH) twice each semester on a saturday from 9:00am-3:00pm. This course can be taken in a hybrid format, which means students can come to campus for a face to face classroom experience, or if they prefer the convenience of live online/streaming. Students can take Contract Writing before or after the state licensing exam and the certification is good for a two year period.
Schedule your State Exam:
All students can schedule their state licensing exam with Pearson Vue once they have completed the 90 hours of pre-licensing education. Contract Writing (REA290AH) is not required to sit for the state licensing exam, but is required for licensure.
Submit your License Application:
Once a student has completed steps 1-5 above, and passed the state licensing exam, they can then apply for their Arizona Real Estate Salesperson License with The Arizona Department of Real Estate.