The basic requirements to get a New Jersey real estate license are simple. Do you meet these requirements?
A real estate license is required for most real estate jobs. New Jersey requires 75 hours of pre-licensing education before they will let you get a real estate license.
Licensed attorneys can skip the pre-licensing education and complete the application to fast-track their license.
New Jersey does not have a reciprocal license agreement with any state, BUT they have an education waiver for licensees in New York and Pennsylvania.
You can apply to take the New Jersey real estate exam after you have completed the licensing education requirements. The New York real estate exam fee is $45 and the tests are offered all over the state by PSI Exams.
The application will ask you some basic questions about you and your background, including any other real estate licenses you have held or currently hold. The New Jersey license application fee is $160. You need to submit fingerprints with your application and the fee for fingerprinting is $66.
It takes New Jersey 2-4 weeks to process most applications.
All new licensees in New Jersey must work under the supervision of a broker. Choosing a broker is an important decision and we can help you with that. Keller Williams training has been ranked the best in the business and we are committed to helping our agents succeed. Click here to be connected with the right person in charge of hiring at the Keller Williams nearest you.