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

How much does it cost to get my OR broker's real estate license?

Here are the costs associated with obtaining your Oregon real estate broker license.

Nonrefundable broker license fee: $300

150-hour broker pre-license course: $299

State Exam Fee: $75

Fingerprint Fee: $56.25

Total Cost: $730.25.

These costs are spread out over the entire licensing process and not paid all upfront.

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How do I get my Oregon real estate broker's license?

You must complete the following steps to earn your OR Broker’s license:
1) Apply for a broker license online.
2) Complete a 150-Hour OR Pre-license Broker Course
3) Pass the OR broker state exam
4) Submit fingerprints for a background check
5) Get hired by a Principal Broker

How much does it cost to get my OR broker's real estate license?

In total, it will cost as little as $730.25 to earn your Oregon real estate broker license. These costs are spread out over the entire licensing process and not paid all upfront.

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

Earn your OR broker license in approx. 2 months.
1)Apply for your license: 1 day
2)Complete the 150-hour pre-license course online: 4-8 weeks.
3)Schedule and pass the OR state exam: 1-3 weeks.
4)Await for background check results.
5)Get hired by a Principal Broker. License activation takes 1-2 days.

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

Applicants must take the Oregon pre-license broker exam, administered by PSI. If you are not applying by reciprocity, you will take multiple tests as part of the 150-hour Pre-license Broker course.

Can I complete the application for an OR broker's license online?

Yes. In fact, Oregon requires you to start the process with an online application for the broker’s license.

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