A real estate license is required for most real estate jobs. Arkansas has requirements you must fulfill before they will let you get a real estate license. None of them are difficult, but they must be completed before you can start your real estate career.
You are required to complete 60 hours of pre-license courses before you can take the state exam. There is no expiration to the credits you earn for those 60 hours. Also, you must complete 30 hours of post-license courses in the six months after passing the exam in order to keep your license.
You can apply to sit for the state exam after you pass your Arkansas pre-licensing course. The Arkansas real estate exam is offered at five locations:
You can apply to take the Arkansas real estate exam while you are still taking your pre-licensing courses, but you will have to submit evidence of passing the course before Arkansas will issue you a Certificate of Eligibility to sit for the state exam.
The state exams are managed by Pearson VUE, which is an independent testing company. All the exams are taken on computers provided at the testing centers.
Arkansas requires the following before they will process your license application:
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