How to Get Your License

How to Become a Real Estate Agent

The first step in obtaining a real state license and becoming a REALTOR® is to attend the best real estate school in Kansas City – ReeceNichols Training. After learning from an instructor with more than 30 years’ real estate sales experience you will have the knowledge needed to pass your state exam and kick off an exciting career in real estate.

Take the first step and register for pre-license class. Classes fill up quickly – save your spot today!

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Getting a License in Kansas

Kansas Salesperson’s License for Kansas Residents.

TO OBTAIN YOUR LICENSE:

  1. 30-hour Pre-Exam & 30-hour Kansas Real Estate Practice Course – ReeceNichols Training will address these requirements as your pre license school.
  2. Obtain Fingerprints – During the pretest course you will have the opportunity to obtain fingerprints on a KREC fingerprint card, which are to be submitted to the commission. These cards can be submitted before license application.
  3. Pass Exam - Call Pearson VUE for appointment: 1.800.274.4971 or schedule online at www.pearsonvue.com. You may take the exam before or after the practice course. Our school code is 0170.
  4. Apply for License - Before you apply for your license, classes, fingerprints and test must be completed. You have six months to apply after completion of the KREP course and/or passing test.
  5. 12 Continuing Education hours - Provided at ReeceNichols Training. Check the Training Calendar for class schedule. You can always verify your license and continuing educating hours by visiting the Kansas Real Estate Commission. (https://www.kansas.gov/ssrv-krec-ceu/index.do)

TO OBTAIN YOUR DUAL LICENSE:

Both Kansas and Missouri will issue licenses to REALTORS who have first received a license in their state of residence. The process for securing a license in your non-resident state requires applying for and receiving Certification of Good Standing from your home state, passing the state portion of the exam for the applicable state, completing the practice course (30 hours in KS, 24 hours in MO), submitting a license application and paying a fee. Kansas and Missouri applicants must also submit a fingerprint card.

Register for classes online at Training.ReeceNichols.com.

Getting a License in Missouri

Missouri Salesperson’s License for Missouri Residents.

TO OBTAIN YOUR LICENSE:

  1. 48-hour Pre-Exam and 24-hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course – ReeceNichols Training PreExam and Practice Course will address this requirement as your pre license school.
  2. Obtain Fingerprints with IDEMIA/IdentoGo - Enroll at www.machs.mo.gov or by calling 1-877-862-2425.
  3. Pass Exam - Call AMP for appointment: 1-800-345-6559 or schedule online at www.goAMP.com. You may take the exam before or after the practice course. Our school code is 10800.
  4. Apply for License - Before you apply for your license, classes, fingerprints and test must be completed. You have six months to apply for your license after taking the pre-test 48-hour course.
  5. 12 Continuing Education hours - Provided at ReeceNichols Training. Check the Training Calendar for class schedule. Agents renew September 30th of even-numbered years, Brokers renew June 30th of even-numbered years. You can always verify your license and continuing educating hours by visiting the Missouri Real Estate Commission. (https://renew.pr.mo.gov/realestate-licensee-search.asp)

TO OBTAIN YOUR DUAL LICENSE:

Both Kansas and Missouri will issue licenses to REALTORS who have first received a license in their state of residence. The process for securing a license in your non-resident state requires applying for and receiving Certification of Good Standing from your home state, passing the state portion of the exam for the applicable state, completing the practice course (30 hours in KS, 24 hours in MO), submitting a license application and paying a fee. Kansas and Missouri applicants must also submit a fingerprint card.

Average Costs

Starting a career in Real Estate is one of the lowest cost options for starting your own business. While costs can vary in Kansas and Missouri, here is a general run-down of the associated costs to getting started.

Pre-License Expenses: $500-$650

2nd State License Expenses: $200 - $500

Post-License Expenses: $1200 - $1400

Estimated Totals: $1900 - $2550

For additional details, please connect with our Training Team to learn more!