- You must be an active, licensed, Real Estate Sales Agent for a minimum of 4 years before taking the Texas State Broker exam.
- You must achieve a total of 3600 experience points in 4 years of the last 5 years
- The educational requirement for obtaining a Texas Broker license is a total of 900 hours, 270 of those hours must be in core subjects (CE does not count as core).
- All of your Qualifying Education (core hours), SAE (core hours) and CE (related hours) courses count.
- Even without a College degree, you may be eligible to receive a number of related hours for relevant course work completed in College. For this reason, it couldn't hurt to submit a college Transcript to TREC along with your application to see if any hours are accepted.
- Every applicant must have a minimum of 270 Core hours comprised of the QE and SAE courses required of every licensed Sales Agent.
Please Note - TREC will not evaluate for Broker hours needed until the applicant has a Sales Agent license; however, any licensed agent can go to www.trec.texas.gov to check how many hours they have accumulated from all of their approved TREC courses.
Summary of Broker License Education Requirements:
- 270 Core Hours (QE and SAE)
- 630 Related Hours (College Degree and CE)
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