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FAQ: How much is the AZ real estate salesperson license application?

How much is the AZ real estate salesperson license application?

Your AZ real estate salesperson license application fee is $60, payable to the AZ Department of Real Estate with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, checks, or money order.

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What are the requirements to apply for an AZ real estate license?

All applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Arizona has no other general requirements. You must have passed your 90-hour pre-license course, the state licensing exam, and the 6-hour Contract Writing Course before you apply.

How do I apply for my AZ real estate salesperson license?

Online filing is the fastest way to apply for your Arizona real estate salesperson license. Follow the Arizona real estate license application instructions given to you when you passed the state exam.

Can I apply online for the AZ real estate salesperson license?

Yes. Online license application filing is recommended as it is the fastest way to submit your salesperson license documents.

How much is the AZ real estate salesperson license application?

Your AZ real estate salesperson license application fee is $60, payable to the AZ Department of Real Estate with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover Card, checks, or money order.

What documents will I need to submit with my AZ license application?

You must include with your application your AZ state exam score report, pre-license course completion certificate, Contract Writing Course certificate, AZ-issued Fingerprint Clearance Card, and Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form (LI-214/244).

When should I file my license application with the ADRE?

You must file your application within (1) year of passing the AZ state salesperson exam. However, you can’t file it until you have successfully completed your required 6-hour Contract Writing Course and received your AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card.

Can I get an AZ salesperson license if I don't work for a broker?

No. State law requires AZ real estate salespersons to work under a licensed real estate broker's supervision. In fact, you’ll need an AZ broker to activate your salesperson license with the ADRE.

How do I receive an active AZ real estate license?

To change your AZ real estate salesperson license to active, you must be hired by an AZ real estate broker. They will access the ADRE online system to approve your hiring, changing your status to active.

Where can I check my AZ salesperson license application status?

Keep up to date on the status of your AZ salesperson license application with your ADRE online system account. Arizona's New Licensee Brochure will tell you how to set up your account to track your status.

How do I get a paper copy of my AZ real estate salesperson license?

Once your real estate salesperson license has been activated, you have the option to print your license through the ADRE portal. You will log in, go to your personal page, and select “print license.”

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