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FAQ: How long does it take to get a Wisconsin real estate license?

How long does it take to get a Wisconsin real estate license?

Step 1:
Complete the required 72-hour WI pre-license course.
If taken online, you can complete the course in 2-8 weeks.

Step 2:
Schedule and pass the State exam. This usually requires 1-3 weeks.

Step 3:
Apply for a WI License.
This usually takes 4-8 weeks.

The entire process may take 7-19 weeks.

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How long does it take to get a Wisconsin real estate license?

Step 1: Complete the required 72-hour WI pre-license course. If taken online, you can complete the course in 2-8 weeks.
Step 2: Schedule and pass the State exam. This usually requires 1-3 weeks.
Step 3: Apply for a WI License. This usually takes 4-8 weeks.
The entire process may take 7-19 weeks.

What are the steps to get the Wisconsin real estate license?

Step 1: Complete the 72-hour Wisconsin Real Estate Salesperson Pre-license course
Step 2: Schedule Your WI State Licensing Exam
Step 3: Take and Pass the State Licensing Exam
Step 4: Apply For Your License With the Help of Your Sponsoring Broker

Do I need a sponsoring broker in Wisconsin?

Yes, the DSPS requires all Wisconsin Real Estate Salespersons to work under a sponsoring broker.

What is the cost breakdown to get a WI real estate license?

Here is a breakdown of the costs associated with obtaining your Wisconsin Real Estate Salesperson license: 72-hour Wisconsin real estate salesperson course: $199 Online proctoring fee for course final exam: $15 (per attempt) Wisconsin State Licensing exam fee: $65 Wisconsin License Application fee: $75 Total Cost: $354

Is there math on the WI state licensing exam?

Yes, the state licensing exam consists of a total of 9 mathematical questions. These are based on 5 topics: Basic mathematical skills involved in real estate calculations, Prorations, calculation property tax payment - mill rate times assessed value, Loan-to-value (LTV) ratios and calculation of transfer fee.

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