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

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

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

60-hour Salesperson pre-license course: $249
State Exam Fee: $44.
License Application Fee: $90
Total Cost: $383.

Note that these fees are spread out over the entire licensing process. You won’t be out-of-pocket all at once.

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

You must complete the following steps to earn your MD Salesperson’s license: 1) Show proof of pre-license education, such as completing 60-Hour MD Pre-license Salesperson Course 2) Pass the MD salesperson state exam 3) Choose a sponsoring broker 4) Submit a salesperson license application with verifying paperwork

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

In total, it will cost as little as $383 to earn your Maryland real estate salesperson license. These costs are not paid all upfront but spread out over time.

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

Earn your MD salesperson license in approx. 2 months.
1) Complete the 60-hour pre-license course online: 2-3 weeks.
2) Schedule and pass the MD state exam: 1-3 weeks.
3) Find a hiring broker. A few weeks to months.
4) Apply for your license. A time estimate is not available.

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

Maryland requires all salesperson applicants to pass the state licensing exam. You’ll also take some quizzes and tests as part of the pre-license course.

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

Yes, Maryland utilizes an online application process for the real estate license. You must wait for the email from MREC after passing the state exam for your registration number and instructions.

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