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FAQ: How much does it cost to get my AL salesperson's real estate license?

How much does it cost to get my AL salesperson's real estate license?

Here are the costs associated with obtaining your Alabama real estate salesperson license.

60-hour broker pre-license course: $149

State Exam Fee: $77.

Temporary License Application Fee: $210.

Fingerprint and Background Check: $48.25

Permanent (Original) License: $85 1-year or $170 for 2-year

Total cost: $569.25 with a one-year permanent license

These costs are spread out over the entire licensing process and not paid all upfront. Verify the latest fees with the AREC.

Related Questions

How do I get my Alabama real estate salesperson's license?

You can earn your Alabama salesperson license in seven steps. Start by completing your 60-hour pre-license course. Next, schedule and pass your AL state exam. After passing, you’ll apply for a Temporary License. Take the 30-hour post-licensing course and then apply for your permanent license.

How long does it take to get my AL real estate license?

You can get your AL broker license in approx. 8 weeks
1. Complete the 60-hour pre-license course online: 2-4 weeks 2. Schedule and pass the AL state exam: 1-3 weeks 3. Apply for Temporary License and Background Check: 2-4 weeks 4. Pass 30-hr post-licensing course: 1 week 5. Apply for a permanent license: 2-6 weeks

What tests do I need to take to get my AL real estate license?

Every real estate salesperson applicant in Alabama not applying with an out-of-state license will need to take the 60-hour pre-license salesperson course. Throughout the course, you’ll have quizzes and tests to check your comprehension. The course ends with a required comprehensive final exam.

Can I complete the application for an AL salesperson's license online?

The Temporary Salesperson License Application will be given to you once you pass the state exam. This will be a paper application. For your permanent license, you can use online filing to apply for your Alabama real estate salesperson license.

When can I take the AL 30-hour Post-Licensing Class?

You can take the required post-licensing course after successfully receiving your temporary license. You must take the class within one year of receiving your license. Otherwise, you’ll need to begin the steps again. The course must be administered by a state approved education provider.

How much does it cost to get my AL salesperson's real estate license?

The total cost to earn your Alabama real estate salesperson’s license is $569.25. Your pre-license course with RealEstateU costs $149. The state exam is $77, and your license application is $210. A Fingerprint and Background Check is $48.25. A one-year original license is $85.

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