The Real Estate Encyclopedia
Washington Real Estate Commission
Category - Government Agencies - State Real Estate Agencies

Real Estate Salesperson:   Must be at least 18 years and have to complete at least 60 clock hours of approved real estate fundamentals education courses within five years prior to applying for the examination, which all salesperson applicants need to pass.

Continued education:   Once licensed, all salespersons need to complete 30 clock hours in a Real Estate Practices course plus 30 clock hours of continuing education courses which will include a 3-hour core curriculum.   Those holding a broker license in Washington need to complete 30 clock hours of approved continuing education courses every two years.

Broker applicants:   Must be at least 18 years and have a high school diploma or GED. Broker applicants need to have active experience as a real estate salesperson,   have to complete 120 clock hours of instruction in approved real estate courses and needs to pass the real estate exams.

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents: Please contact the Washington Real Estate Board re requirements for license recognition agreements.



Additional Note:
Washington Real Estate Commission is overseen by  The Washington State Department of Licensing


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