If you are considering a real estate career in Ann Arbor, MI, we’ll tell you the courses and steps for success!
As someone with a successful real estate career of more than 20 years career with Keller Williams in Ann Arbor MI, I know the real estate industry offers great opportunity for personal, professional, and financial success. In fact, the industry offers opportunities for every personality type and interest.
Most people are familiar with the classic real estate sales agent role. However, there are limitless opportunities for those interested. From investment, financing, title, construction and remodeling, property management, administrative roles, and other team support roles, there is a job for you. Firstly, you should obtain your real estate license. This will start your real estate journey.
Keller Williams Offers Free Real Estate Pre-Licensure Training
Keller Williams Realty offers great opportunity for aspiring real estate agents through the Keller Successful Career Opportunities in Real Estate (KSCORE). Indeed, KSCORE is a national, first-of-its-kind, fully-digital real estate training program. Keller Williams has partnered with Kaplan to offer a free state-approved prelicensing curriculum, via Kaplan Real Estate Education.
“We’re very excited to be partnered with Kaplan Real Estate Education, renowned for its training and education services expertise,” said Marc King, president, KW. “The synergy of KW and Kaplan will transform how our industry provides education for today’s aspiring real estate agents.”
By pairing Keller Williams’ unmatched training with an online course by Kaplan Real Estate Education, the path to becoming a successful real estate agent is clear and easy. Importantly, it’s at zero cost to you!
Steps for obtaining your real estate license in the State of Michigan
Take a State approved real estate pre-licensure course
To become a licensed real estate agent, importantly, you must take a real estate pre-licensing course from a State of Michigan accredited real estate licensing school. This course provides 40 hours of approved pre-licensure courses. Importantly, this includes at least 4 hours of civil rights law and equal opportunity in housing training. Finally, once you complete the course, you obtain official real estate transcripts or a certificate from the school, which is required for your license application.
Pass the State of Michigan real estate exam
After you complete your pre-license course and pass your exam, you’ll take and pass the Real Estate Salesperson exam with PSI Services, LLC. For exam related questions or to schedule your exam, contact PSI at www.psiexams.com or by calling 800-733-9267.
Select an employing broker
You are required to have a licensed individual broker or broker company sponsor you to become licensed. After the selected employing broker approves your request, your license will issue and you will be notified via email.
Are you thinking about a career in real estate? Luckily, we’re always on the lookout for talent! Give us a call at (734) 845-9700 or fill out the form below. We’d love to talk with you about your interests. We believe in sharing what we know about the industry and helping you decide where you might fit in.