You may have questions before, after, and even during your enrollment in one of Allied’s California real estate license courses. Please refer to the questions below to get the information you need about your career training. If you have any additional questions that are not addressed in this section, please complete a request for information form and an Admissions Representative will contact you.
Yes, we have open enrollment. This means that you can enroll in one of our real estate license courses at any time. We have quality, up-to-date distance education courses available to suit any of your real estate needs. Start your real estate career today!
Simply follow three steps to get your California real estate license:
Step 1: Select the Allied FAST TRACK licensing program that fits your needs.
The FAST TRACK programs teach you everything you need to know to pass the state exam while satisfying all of the state requirements.
Step 2: Take the state real estate license exam.
Once you complete your required coursework and feel comfortable with the subject matter, you’re ready to take the state exam. Please note: You must complete all of the California real estate courses before you can apply for a real estate license.
Step 3: Fill out an application for a state real estate license.
Once you pass the California real estate license exam, you will get a license application, which must be submitted to and approved by the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE).
To be eligible to apply for the real estate salesperson license in California, you must meet the California state requirements. Find out how to get a California real estate license.
Yes, Allied meets the educational requirements for all of its California real estate courses as set forth by the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE). The textbooks are based on the most relevant, up-to-date information.
If you meet any of the following criteria, you may be able to skip the salesperson’s state license exam and go directly to the broker’s state license exam:
There are two ways to learn more about the California real estate license course before you enroll.
Here is a breakdown of Allied’s real estate packages:
If you have any questions about the available programs, please contact an admissions representative at (800) 617-3513. Our staff members have extensive training and are knowledgeable in the real estate field!
Distance education is a win-win situation. Not only do you get a quality education, but you can complete the course in a flexible, convenient and fast manner. You have some of the benefits of a traditional classroom, relevant course material and ongoing student support – with the added benefits of learning from home.
Below is a list of just some of the differences:
With the online courses, you take your final exams 100% online, from the convenience of home. Please note: You must be enrolled for a minimum of number of days (CalBRE requirement) before you can take the tests.
In order to get credit for each course, you must pass the open-book, 100-item multiple-choice exam with a score of 70% or higher.
The average time for a student to complete all of the requirements in one of the California real estate programs can vary. CalBRE mandates students taking these courses online must spend a minimum of 18 days per course, beginning from the day of enrollment, before each final exam will unlock. To learn more about how long you can expect your training to take, please call (800) 617-3513 to learn more.
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