Michigan runs a tight ship when it comes to pre-license education. Salesperson applicants cannot apply or substitute any Bachelor’s or Master’s degree to meet the state’s pre-license requirement. You also cannot apply or substitute any other kind of real estate education - in order to earn your real estate salesperson license, you must complete a state-approved 40-hour pre-license course.
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- I completed real estate education elsewhere. Do I still need to complete the 40-hour pre-licensing course?
- Can I start my pre-licensing course work before turning 18?
- I want to sell real estate in Michigan, but I live in a different state. Can I still take this course?
- How many hours of pre-license course hours are required by the State of Michigan?
- Is there a limit on how quickly I can work through this course?
- Is there anything I need before getting started?
- I am licensed in another state. Do I need to take this course?