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Utah Real Estate License Course

120-Hour Utah Sales Agent Pre-License Course Online

The quickest and most affordable way to earn your Utah real estate sales agent license! Here you'll learn:

  • How To Get Your UT License Online
  • What's Included In Our Courses
  • Why You Should Get Your UT License
  • General Information About the Utah Real Estate License Online Course
  • FAQ's
  • Articles For Further Education
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How to Get a Real Estate Salesperson’s License in Utah

A sales agent applicant in Utah must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Show proof of high school graduation or its equivalent
  • Not have been convicted of a felony in the last five years or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, fraud, or dishonesty within the last three years.

If you meet these qualifications, you can earn your Utah real estate sales agent license in (6) steps.

Step 1: Complete the 120-Hour Utah Pre-license Education Course

Utah salesperson license applicants must complete an approved 120-hour pre-license course before taking the state licensing examination. The course must be taken at an approved real estate school.

The 120-hour pre-license course content covers national and state topics concerning real estate practice. Once you pass the course final, you will be issued a candidate education certifying document. You must complete your salesperson pre-license course within one year of applying for your license.

Step 2: Apply for the State Exam

Utah has contracted with PearsonVUE to administer the sales agent exam. To schedule an exam online, go to www.pearsonvue.com at least 24 hours before your desired date. Otherwise, you can schedule over the telephone by calling (801) 530-6747. The exam fee is $59 paid to PearsonVUE via credit card, debit card, voucher, or check.

Refer to the Utah Real Estate Candidate Handbook for information on examination schedules, site locations, exam security, reporting, and preparation.

Step 3: Take and Pass the State Exam

The Utah state exam has a general portion and a State portion. The number of questions vary according to each exam form. You must pass each section with a scaled score of 70.

You can see the specific breakdown of the number of questions asked in each topic area in the Candidate Handbook.

As part of the exam process, you’ll be asked a series of Qualifying Questions required for your license application. Candidates will need to have either their Social Security number and be a U.S. citizen, or have a working social security number and an alien registration number. A sample of these questions is also available in the candidate handbook.

If you pass the exam, you will receive instructions for applying for a Utah Sales AgentLicense.

If you fail, your score report will have diagnostic scoring information and information on reapplying.

Step 4: Apply for a Utah Sales Agent Real Estate License

Once you pass your state exam, you have 90 days to apply for your sales agent license, starting with the day you pass the exam.

Follow the state application checklist to complete the application. You’ll need all of the listed documents uploaded in PDF form:

  • Salesperson application
  • Qualifying questionnaire (done at test center)
  • Consent to Background Check
  • Certification of Legal Presence (done at test center)

The fee for the sales agent real estate salesperson license totals $157. It includes a $100 application fee, $12 recovery fund fee, $40 fingerprinting fee, and $5 FBI RAPBACK enrollment fee.

Step 5: Submit Fingerprints for a Background Check

Utah requires all applicants to submit fingerprints for a background check. Sales agents can schedule digital fingerprinting at PearsonVUE test centers in Bountiful, Draper, Ogden, and Orem. The fee is $12 and is separate from the fee paid to the Utah Division of Real Estate.

If your test center does not offer digital fingerprinting, the candidate will be issued two fingerprint cards. Use the services of a local law enforcement agency or third party fingerprinting vendor. You’ll need to submit the cards to the Utah Division of Real Estate.

Step 6: Track Your License Status

Once your license application and its supporting documents are uploaded to the Division, you can log in to check your status. Upon application approval, and hiring by a principal broker, you’ll be able to practice as a Utah real estate sales agent. Congratulations!

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What’s Included in Your Course​

Course Structure

The RealEstateU 120-Hour Utah Real Estate Salesperson Course is organized in the following way:

  • Start with a course orientation.
  • Primary course content is delivered through audio lectures. Follow along with written transcripts for each audio lecture.
  • The course content is broken into multiple chapters, following the state’s content guidelines. Each chapter is divided into targeted lessons.
  • Some lessons are enhanced with an infographic or a contract document.
  • Every chapter ends with a multiple choice quiz. At least 70% of the questions must be answered correctly to pass and continue to the next chapter.
  • The 120-hour course is capped by a required final exam.
  • The self-paced course enables you to study on your schedule. The short audio lessons can be listened to from anywhere, at any time.
  • RealEstateU’s 120-hour Utah Real Estate Sales Agent Pre-license course covers everything you need to satisfy the state’s pre-licensing real estate education requirement.

Audio Transcripts

  • Every audio lesson is accompanied with a written transcript.

Beautifully Designed Infographics

  • Dozens of infographics help you visually understand the essential concepts needed for your exams.

Course Glossary

  • Find the essential key terms in the course Glossary, which is available as a PDF download.

Course Final Exams

  • The UT course requires you to pass a final exam at the end of the 120 hours to receive your Candidate Education Certifying Document.

Buy Our PDF Course Textbooks & Appendixes

You can purchase a PDF version of the course textbook for only $29!

The course textbook contains all the content, including the audio transcripts, infographics, and supporting documents.

Please note that the PDF textbook is sold separately and not included in the course tuition. The textbook is designed to supplement the online course and not replace it.

The textbook enables you to review the course content offline. You can also print course textbook individual lessons as needed.


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Why Get an Utah Real Estate License

Enjoy the many benefits of earning an Utah real estate sales agent license:

Income Potential

Your future earning potential is limitless. The more deals a real estate agent sources and closes, the more money they make!

Flexible Schedule

Be your own boss and create your own schedule. By law, your employing broker can’t tell you when and where to work!

Work Part-Time or Full-Time

You decide how to divide your time. Take your time to turn it into a full-time career or keep your current job. Use your license to create side income by working part-time.

Sell or Lease All Types of Real Estate

Holding a real estate license allows you to sell or lease all types of real estate throughout Utah.

Course Completion Time

All students have 12 months from the time of purchase to complete the RealEstateU 120-hour Utah Real Estate Sales Agent Course (including the course exams).

Refund Policy

All courses are eligible for a refund within 30 days of purchase if the student has not completed more than 50% of the course. All refunds issued are subjected to a $20 admin charge. Please read our Terms and Conditions for more details.