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Minnesota Department of Commerce
Category - Government Agencies - State Real Estate Agencies

Real Estate Salesperson:  Applicants need to complete 3 pre-licensing courses, Course 1 needs to be successfully passed before taking the real estate exams, and Course 2 and Course 3 may be taken either before or after passing the exams.   Applicants need to successfully pass both parts of the examinations and apply for their license within one year from passing and need to be associated with a licensed Minnesota real estate broker in order to maintain an active license.

Continued education:   Requirements are that licensees must successfully complete 30 hours of specific real estate continuing education courses during the initial license period and during each succeeding 24-month license period.

Broker applicants:  Must successfully complete the broker education course and have at least two years of real estate salesperson experience during the five previous years.     

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents:  Minnesota has reciprocity agreements with seven other states. Minnesota does require applicants from some of these states to take additional education courses or examinations.



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