You will need to go through the entire process just like everyone else. Yes, that does mean that you have to complete 180 hours of pre-licensing education. TREC does not have any reciprocity as far as licenses and courses from other states. With the Texas licensing exam, if you took your licensing exam in a state that is ARELLO-approved, you are allowed to skip the national portion of Texas’ real estate licensing exam. You would only have to take the Texas State Law portion.
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- Is there anything I need before getting started?
- How many hours of qualifying education are required?
- Can I do this part-time while keeping my day job?
- If I started and completed some pre-licensing courses with another provider, can I still complete some courses with AceableAgent?
- What do I do if I have an active real estate license in another state and want to practice in Texas?
- Can I start on my pre-licensing courses before turning 18?
- I have completed several courses for my law degree. Can any of these courses be used towards the required qualifying courses to obtain a sales agent license?