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FAQ: What course(s) am I required to take to get a MO real estate license?

What course(s) am I required to take to get a MO real estate license?

Applicants for a Missouri real estate license, who currently are unlicensed in any other jurisdiction, must complete the detailed coursework listed below, to be eligible for a real estate license and:

· Complete the 48-hour pre-exam course before applying for licensure. The MREC will not accept applications for real estate licenses without evidence that the applicant has completed the 48-hour pre-exam course before applying.

· Then, complete the MREP – the Missouri Real Estate Practice course that covers 24 classroom hours.

Note: the 48-hour pre-exam course MUST be completed prior to taking the Missouri State licensing exam. However, the 24-hour Missouri Real Estate Practice course may be taken before sitting for the Missouri State exam, or applying for a Missouri real estate license.


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How can I take the 48-hour Missouri real estate pre-exam course?

The 48-hour pre-exam course is available through traditional learning channels (classroom learning options) as well as online channels (distance learning options). If you take the course in a classroom, you will have to abide by the school’s pre-set schedule.

Can I take the 48-hour Missouri real estate pre-exam course online?

Yes. Most students prefer the flexibility offered by the online Missouri pre-exam course as these courses provide scheduling flexibility to meet most students’ time constraints. Anyone can take the 48-hour Missouri real estate pre-exam course online by registering with an MREC-approved school.

Can I take the MO 48-hour pre-exam course if I'm still in high school?

Yes, you can enroll in the Missouri 48-hour pre-exam license course while still in high school. The Missouri Real Estate Commission only requires that pre-exam course students are at least 18 years old.

Can I use my law degree as credit toward the Missouri pre-exam course?

Members of the Missouri bar are provided an education waiver regarding the Missouri 48-hour pre-exam course if they submit evidence of their law license when applying for a Missouri real estate license.

Can I use my college credits toward the MO 48-hour pre-exam course?

Unfortunately, the Missouri Real Estate Commission does not allow college credits to be used toward this pre-license Missouri education requirement. Instead, you must enroll in and complete the MREC-approved 48-hour pre-exam coursework prior to applying for a Missouri real estate license.

How will the certificate for the 48-hour pre-exam course be provided?

Students studying online earn their Certificate of Completion by completing the 48-hour pre-exam course distance learning program with RealEstateU.

How many hours of education must be completed for a MO license?

The two required courses – the 48-hour pre-exam course and the 24-hour real estate practice course – include a total of 72 hours of classroom instruction required for licensure.

What course(s) am I required to take to get a MO real estate license?

Applicants for a Missouri real estate license, who currently are unlicensed in any other jurisdiction, must complete the 48-hour pre-exam course, and the MREP – the Missouri Real Estate Practice course that covers 24 classroom hours.

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