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FAQ: How do I get my Michigan real estate salespersons license?

How do I get my Michigan real estate salespersons license?

There are 4 steps you need to take to get your Michigan real estate salespersons license.

Step #1: Complete the 40-hour pre-license course
First, you must complete the 40-hour Michigan salespersons course (pre-license course).
The course must be approved by the Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA).
At the end of the course is a final exam. Once you pass the final exam, you will earn your Certificate of Completion for the course.
Your school will then notify LARA that you have completed the pre-license course.

Step #2: Apply for your Michigan real estate salespersons license through MiPLUS.
First, you must setup your free MiPLUS account through the Michigan.gov website.
Once your MiPLUS account is setup, you can apply for your Michigan real estate salespersons license and pay the application fee.
If you have a sponsoring broker, they can then log in to their MiPLUS account and confirm that you will work under them after you pass the state exam.
Once your application is approved, you will receive an email from PSI (the state's testing center) with your Exam Candidate ID number.

Step #3: Schedule your state exam
You must take the state exam at a PSI testing center.
You can schedule your state exam by calling PSI at (855)579-4635.

Step #4: Pass the state exam
The Michigan state licensing exam consists of 115 multiple-choice questions. You must answer at least 80 questions correctly in order to pass (70%).
If your sponsoring broker confirmed your sponsorship through MiPLUS, you will receive a pocket license at the PSI testing site right after you pass the state exam. This will allow you to start working as a real estate salesperson immediately.
If you passed the state exam, your exam information will be imported into your MiPLUS account within 48 business hours. Once LARA receives your passing exam score from PSI, they will mail your sponsoring broker a state-issued paper wall license and a pocket card. This process can take up to two weeks.
If you do not have a sponsoring broker, or your broker still did not confirm your sponsorship through MiPLUS, you will have up to one year to have your broker submit a Employing Broker Notification form, otherwise, you will have to submit a new license application and pay another license application fee.

Related Questions

What tests do I need to take to get my MI real estate license?

You must pass two tests in order to obtain your Michigan real estate salespersons license. First, you must pass the school's final exam for the 40-hour Michigan pre-license course. Second, you must pass the state licensing exam.​

How long does it take to get my MI real estate license?

Here is a breakdown of the minimum time-frame needed to obtain your MI real estate license: 1) Complete the 40-hour Michigan pre-license course: 1 week 2) Submit your license application and receive your Exam Candidate ID number: 5 days 3) Schedule and pass the state licensing exam: 2 days. Total Time: 2 weeks

How much does it cost to get my MI real estate license?

Here is a breakdown of all the costs associated with obtaining a Michigan real estate salespersons license: 1) Complete the 40-hour Michigan pre-license course: $99. 2) Submit your license application fee: $88. 3) Take the state licensing exam: $79 per attempt. Total Cost: $266

How do I get my Michigan real estate salespersons license?

There are 4 steps you need to take to get your Michigan real estate salespersons license. Step #1: Complete the 40-hour pre-license course. Step #2: Apply for your Michigan real estate salespersons license through MiPLUS. Step #3: Schedule your state exam. Step #4: Pass the state exam.

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