Alabama Real Estate
Post Licensing

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  1. Preparing to Use Your Real Estate License

    Sku: 504AL011001
    30 Hours

    This course fulfills the requirement for real estate post license education for the state of Alabama. The focus of this 30 hour course is on foundation sales skills including constructive exercises such as creating contracts, real estate listings, seller's net sheets and qualifications of the buyer. This course is aimed to offer additional understanding of day-to-day actions completed by a real estate professional for the new real estate licensee. The state of Alabama requires all persons who pass the state exam to complete 30 hours of broker education including a grade of 70% or higher on the final exam within the first 6 months after passing the state exam. Please note that based on Rule 790-X-2.03(2), you cannot register for this course until you receive your temporary license or you will be considered in violation of said rule.
  2. Alabama Reciprocal Broker Pre-license Course (FOR BROKERS ONLY)

    Sku: 502AL027001

    Already a broker in another state and looking to expand your reach to Alabama? This course is just for you then! Designed specifically for your needs, this online real estate pre-license course fulfills Alabama's education requirement for brokers seeking reciprocity in Alabama.

    Please note that completion of this 6 hour course is mandatory before taking the Alabama Real Estate Broker State Exam.

    Highlights include: Responsibilities of the Broker, Laws & Regulations Specific to Alabama, Disciplinary Actions, RECAD, Trust Accounts and Audits for the Brokerage Office.

  3. Alabama Reciprocal Sales Pre-license Course (FOR SALESPERSON ONLY)

    Sku: 501AL014001

    Currently licensed in another state and want to get licensed in Alabama as well?

    This course is designed for salespersons seeking reciprocity. Including 6 hours of instruction, this affordable, hassle-free course is the perfect prep for taking the Alabama state-specific exam necessary to comply with the reciprocity agreement.

    Highlights include RECAD, Alabama Regulations and Alabama License Law.