Want to know more about getting a Nevada real estate license? Allied Real Estate Schools has what you need to complete your education and get your real estate career off the ground. Becoming a real estate salesperson in Nevada can be an exciting new experience in a state filled with opportunity. Here are a few things you’ll need to know before you get started. This page will take you through what it takes to get your real estate license and start a new career.
In order to get your real estate license in Nevada, you need to complete 90 hours of approved Nevada pre-license real estate education (or college equivalent) with an approved and Nevada real estate school provider.
You must complete 30 hours of post-license education within the first year after your license is issued to keep your license status active. Please note that all of these courses must be taken via live instruction.
To keep your license active, you must complete 24 hours of continuing education every two years, resulting in a total of 48 hours during the four-year renewal period. Please note that at least 12 of the 24 hours every two years must be completed via live instruction.
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