The Real Estate Encyclopedia
Nevada Real Estate Division
Category - Government Agencies - State Real Estate Agencies

Real Estate Salesperson: Applicants have to successfully complete 90 hours, (or 6 semester units) from an accredited provider in Nevada, this have to include a minimum of 18 hours of Nevada law and they have to pass the Nevada state real estate exams within one year from applying for their license.  

Continued education: Licensees need to successfully complete 30 hours of approved continuing education courses, including 6 hours of designated courses.

Broker applicants:  Applicants must have been actively engaged full time as either a broker or salesperson for at least two of the four immediately preceding years, complete 64 semester units of approved real estate courses, which need to include 18 hours of Nevada real estate law and may receive credit for 16 semester units of college level courses for each two years of active experience.

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents: Applicants may use their national examination results from another state but must show proof of those results and meet the one year deadline.

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