To earn your real estate license in Alabama, you must be 19 years old, successfully complete the 60-hour prelicensing education requirement with an approved school, and pass the state and national portions of the Alabama licensing exam. While the process to become a real estate agent is similar in most states, each state has its unique steps that must be adhered to. The four steps to becoming an Alabama real estate agent are as follows:
Step 1: Register for the 60 Hours of Required Education
You must successfully complete 60 hours of approved real estate education, and be at least 19 years old. Complete the 60-hour requirement with our approved education.
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Step 2: Apply for your Real Estate License Examination
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Step 3: Take the Alabama and National Licensing Exam
Successfully pass both the Alabama and National portions of the AMP Salesperson Real Estate Exam. Be prepared on exam day with our exam prep QBank.
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Step 4: Apply for Your Alabama State License
Applications can be located on the Alabama Real Estate Commission website at:
You must also complete a Criminal History Release Form and submit it with your application. The form is located on the Commission’s website at: