The NJREC also requires those who have passed the state licensing exam to submit their fingerprints before applying for a license with a sponsoring broker.
Once you’ve completed the pre-licensure course, passed the exam, and submitted your fingerprints, you can then apply for a license through a sponsoring real estate broker anywhere in NJ.
With Academy for Real Estate, you’ll always have a network of knowledge and resources to lean on throughout your career–we are available via our personal cell phones to our graduates and have worked with many of them well into their careers!
Every two years after you first obtain your salesperson’s license in NJ, you must complete 12 hours of continuing education credits in order to maintain your license. These classes cover Ethics, Fair Housing, Elective, and Core topics. These can be obtained in a number of ways, including over Zoom, in-office, or online.
Any questions about the process to become a licensed real estate agent in NJ? Contact us today! We’re looking forward to helping you realize your goals.