Nevada Real Estate Broker 18-Hour Pre-License Course

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  • Duration: 90 hours
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How to Get a Nevada Real Estate Broker License

Broker and Broker/Salesperson Licensing

An applicant for a Nevada Broker’s license must:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Complete the required education

Applicants for a Broker’s license (not a Broker/Salesperson license) must have been actively engaged as a full-time licensed real estate broker or salesman for at least two (2) of the four (4) years immediately prior to the issuance of a Nevada Broker license.

Applicants may apply for a Broker/Salesperson license without meeting the experience requirement.

An applicant for a Nevada Broker/Salesperson License must complete the following 64 semester units:

Course Topic Requirements Effective January 1, 2001
Real Estate Law

(including 18-hours of Nevada real estate law, not waived by experience)

3 semester units or 45 hours
Real Estate Principles 3 semester units or 45 hours
Real Estate Appraisal 3 semester units or 45 hours
Real Estate, Business, or Economics 15 semester units
Broker Management Training

(not waived by experience)

3 semester units or 45 hours
Non specified units can be in general studies from an accredited university or college.

(Non-credit courses are not applicable)

37 semester units
UNIT TOTAL: 64

Experience may be used in place of some education. Contact the Real Estate Division.

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