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Step 1: License Requirements. Be 18 years of age. Not more than four months in arrears on child support payments. Provide information about the conviction for any crimes. Name a sponsoring broker on the application.

Step 2: Register and Complete the 75 Hours of Required Education. In order to obtain licensure, you must complete a 75-hour course that is approved by the Department of State. Warren Real Estate will help you become licensed through ManfredRealEstateSchool.com or The CE Shop. Ithaca Board of Realtors is approved to proctor the state test for ManfredRealEstateSchool.com. Newfield Library is approved to proctor The CE Shop. Finally, be sure you bring a photo-bearing, government issued identification to the exam.

Step 3: Connect with your Sponsoring Broker (Warren Real Estate). As you follow the process of becoming a licensed real estate salesperson, you must be sponsored by a New York State licensed real estate broker.

Step 4: Schedule and Take the New York Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Exam. In order to obtain a New York Real Estate License, you must take the New York Real Estate Exam and pass with a 70% or higher. Applicants must schedule their exam on the New York Department of State Occupational Licensing Management System, where you can also find other helpful exam information. Finally, be sure you bring a photo-bearing, government issued identification to the exam. details…

Step 5: Apply for Your New York Real Estate Salesperson License. Once you pass the New York Real Estate exam, you need to fill out the online application and pay the required fee to obtain your license. The New York Real Estate Salesperson Application can be found on the New York Department of State Division of Licensing Service website, or you can complete it online by creating an eaccess account.

More from New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR)
https://www.nysar.com/education/careers-in-real-estate/

BECOMING A NYS LICENSED REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATE BROKER
https://www.nysar.com/education/careers-in-real-estate/become-a-real-estate-broker/

Once you have your license:

Continuing Education Requirements