Kansas Real Estate License

Definition - What does Kansas Real Estate License mean?

A Kansas real estate license will be available to those who have met a number of standards relating to becoming a salesperson or broker. A salesperson will have to complete a thirty-hour Principles of Real Estate course and a thirty-hour practice course. The general and state exams must also be passed followed by a successful filing for a license within six months after completing the exams.

A broker must have at least two years of experience as a salesperson in Kansas or elsewhere. The twenty-four hour Broker Pre-License Course is also required among all participants. This is the primary course dedicated to advanced studies in the field of real estate within Kansas.

Testopedia explains Kansas Real Estate License

There are two parts of the exam to receive a Kansas real estate license. These are the general exam and the state-specific exam. All participants must complete both parts within twelve months after completing the appropriate courses.

The exam will be run by the Kansas Real Estate Commission. It is a computer-based exam that takes about four hours to complete. The test can be completed by appointment in Wichita, Topeka, Overland Park or even in the Denver suburb of Greenwood Village, Colorado. It will cost $75 to take either the salesperson or broker exam. An optional preparation course is available but it is not required among all people who want to receive a license.

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