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Age – You must be 18 years of age or older to be issued a license.
Residence – A California resident and no paperwork is required. If you are an out-of-state resident, you need to fill out a Consent to Service of Process From (RE 234) with the California Department of Real Estate.
Honesty – Applicants must be honest and truthful. Conviction of a crime may result in the denial of a license.
Education – Must complete three approved pre-license real estate courses:
The minimum time to complete courses according to the Department of Real Estate (DRE) is 18 calendar days per course. The minimum time to complete three courses would 54 days from your enrollment date.
The maximum time allowed for completion of your course is 1 year from the date of enrollment. Completion of the course means taking and passing the course final examination.
The Department of Real Estate (DRE) allows you to take a final exam 18 calendar days after enrollment. Three courses are required, so the minimum time to complete all three would be 54 days.
After three courses are complete, an application must be submitted to the DRE to take the state exam. It can take 6-8 weeks for an application to be approved, and then you can choose a test date & time provided by the DRE.
The maximum time allowed by the Department of Real Estate (DRE) for completion of your courses is 1 year from the date of enrollment. Completion of the course means taking and passing the course final examination.
Chamberlin allows the maximum of 1 year. Many schools only allow 6 months to complete courses and then charge you an extension fee. Look for this when doing your research and choosing an education provider.
Yes, all Chamberlin California courses are approved by the California Department of Real Estate (DRE). Once completed, and you have applied with the DRE, you are eligible to sit for the California Real Estate License Exam. Approval # S0692
How the Final Exam Works
If you fail the Final Exam you are eligible to take it again immediately. We recommend going back and studying the course before re-trying. If you fail a 2nd time you will need to wait 2-1/2 weeks (18 days) before re-taking the Final again and will need to also re-take the quizzes. This is a DRE regulation.
Yes, California pre-license courses are open book for the final examination.
There are numerous jobs which require a CA real estate license that many people don’t know about. Some of these include:
No, these courses are designed for beginners just entering the real estate profession or switching from another career. The most successful students we see follow the Chamberlin outline of courses, exam prep, and crash course to earn their real estate license on the first try.