If you are interested in a dynamic and stimulating career in the field of real estate, you have come to the right place. Broadpoint Properties has a training program designed to prepare individuals of all ages and levels of experience for an exciting and financially rewarding career in the field of real estate.
Broadpoint Properties is partnering with Career WebSchool to offer online real estate courses. These courses provide you with the necessary pre-license materials to satisfy the Department of Real Estate pre-license requirements for a California Real Estate Salesperson License. Additionally, when you enroll through Broadpoint Properties, you receive a discount of 10% on all the courses you select. You must use the links below in order to receive this special discount at checkout.
Click on the links below to order your course materials (discount given at checkout).
- California Sales (Pre-License)
- California Broker (Pre-License)
- California Real Estate Continuing Education
It doesn’t matter whether you want to take these courses at your office, our office, or from the comfort of your own home, Broadpoint Properties makes it easy for you to prepare to obtain your real estate license.
Not sure where to begin? To schedule a meeting with one of our training consultants and receive your customized training plan, contact our office today!
Who Must Obtain a Real Estate License?
A real estate license is required of individuals who are to be employed as real estate salespersons under the supervision of a licensed broker. A person who does not immediately intend to be employed by a broker may obtain a license. However, in this instance, no real estate activity may be performed. The license authorizes real estate activity only if the salesperson is in the employ of a licensed broker. It does not authorize the salesperson to act as an independent agent. So, anyone who has a real estate license must be signed up under a licensed broker in order to sell real estate in the state of California.
You must be 18 years of agent in order to apply for a real estate license in the state of California. Each applicant must qualify in the appropriate written examination in California and meet all other requirements. State residency is not a requirement to become licensed.
California Real Estate License applicants must be honest and truthful. Conviction of a crime (a felony or a crime of moral turpitude) may result in the denial of a license. The failure to reveal a criminal conviction on an original license application may also result in the denial of a license.
In addition to the pre-license courses, the additional costs to obtain a real estate license include a sixty-dollar examination fee (paid to the California Department of Real Estate when you schedule your real estate exam) and a filing fee of $245.00 for licensing.
To receive your customized training plan or to learn about how Broadpoint Properties can help you, contact our office today!