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How to obtain your real estate license in New York

If you know what to expect and can fulfill the requirements, obtaining a real estate license is not difficult.
Below are some important steps to obtaining your real estate license.


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A real estate salesperson’s license is required to begin your career in real estate. To apply for the license, you must:
  • Be at least 18 years of age at the time you apply
  • Successfully complete a 75-hour NY state approved course
  • Be a permanent resident of the United States
  • Pass the NY state licensing exam
  • Be sponsored by a NY state licensed real estate broker
  • Submit to the Department of State an online application that has been authorized by a sponsoring broker with a license fee

Real estate licensing classes are offered in many areas during the day, on weekends or in the evening hours.

At CENTURY 21 AA Realty, we can provide you the resources to obtain a real estate license, including a list of many reputable
real estate license schools on Long Island.
If you would like more information, please contact us at:
Nassau: Vincent DellAccio | 516-826-8100 | vincentd@century21aa.com
Suffolk : Frank DellAccio Jr.| 631-226-5995 | frankd@century21aa.com

Not enough time for a full-time position?
We have options for you. If you cannot make real estate a full-time career or you are unsure if the industry is for you, consider becoming a dual career or referral agent. Many use these positions as a stepping stone to a full time real estate career as it provides the opportunity to build a customer base, grow your sales skills and earn while you learn. Call or email for a confidential, no obligation appointment to find out more.

  Frequently Asked Questions for Real Estate Salesperson and Broker:
  • Do I need to be licensed?
  • What is the difference between a real estate broker and a real estate salesperson?
  • How do I become a real estate salesperson or broker?
  • How do I manage my real estate license on line by using eAccessNY?
  • What is the difference between a real estate broker and real estate salesperson?
  • How do I obtain a waiver from the 75-hour salesperson or 120-hour broker course requirement?
  • What are the Continuing Education Requirements?
  • Who licenses mortgage brokers?
  • When is registration with the Banking Department Necessary?
  • If I am a real estate management company, do I need a real estate broker's license?
  • Whom do I call if I am not sure whether I completed my 22.5 hours of continuing education during my license term?
  • In order to renew my salesperson license, I completed the 45-hour broker qualifying course. Can I apply the extra 22.5 hours to my next license term?
  • I could not complete the continuing education, but I wish to renew my license anyway. Can I apply for an extension?
  • I think I might be exempt, but I am not sure when I originally became licensed. Can you tell me when I was first licensed?
  • What happens if I do not renew my license?
  • I have been a real estate licensee for many years. Am I exempt from the continuing education requirements?
  • What are the advertising guidelines for business cards?
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