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Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education Kaplan University School of Professional and Continuing Education

Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Classroom Course (13-Credit Hours)

MN_RE_Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Course

Price: $199.00

Credit Hours: 13

Key Points:

If you are not a resident of Minnesota and you hold a Wisconsin salesperson or broker license, there's now a convenient way to obtain your Minnesota license.

This two-day course is a shortcut for Wisconsin resident licensees who want to obtain a Minnesota license of the same level. Prepared, scheduled and presented to meet the needs of busy Wisconsin real estate professionals, Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Course will teach you exactly how to comply with Minnesota laws. It will also prepare you for success on test day. The course covers all of the topics required by the Minnesota Department of Commerce and included in the State Laws exam.

Your course materials are specially designed to help you in class and to help you at home. There are sample test-type questions, review exams and glossary reviews which will be assigned for home study. You'll want to schedule study time to spend reviewing the Minnesota concepts covered in class by your instructors.

This course package also includes the Minnesota Salesperson Exam Prep OnDemand course (along with the associated workbook), which provides laser-focused review of exam content, delivered by the industry's best instructors. The state-of-the-art OnDemand video format allows you to fast-forward, pause, or repeat the information as often as you'd like. The OnDemand course starts with a diagnostic practice exam that allows you to discover your strengths and weaknesses. The OnDemand video lecture format allows you to effectively and efficiently study only what you need and is designed to engage you and sharpen your understanding of important test points.

Wisconsin to Minnesota Reciprocity Requirements

NOTE: If you are a resident of Minnesota, this information does not apply.

A current Wisconsin real estate salesperson or broker who does not reside in Minnesota may obtain a Minnesota license of the same level by taking four steps:

  1. Complete the Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Course
  2. Pass the "State-specific" portion of the Minnesota salesperson or broker exam
  3. Within 1 year of passing the exam, salespersons must file an application signed by a licensed Minnesota broker. Brokers must file an application including trust account certification
  4. Pay the required fees to the Minnesota Department of Commerce

The Minnesota Licensing Exam

The Minnesota Licensing Exam is administered by Pearson Vue at 800.733.9267. The cost to take the state specific portion of the exam is $45. The exam is multiple-choice, and is divided into two separate portions. The 85-question "National" portion is automatically waived for anyone currently and actively licensed in Wisconsin. You will only register for and take the 45-question "State-specific" portion. This portion covers information unique to Minnesota, primarily state laws and regulations. When you register for the Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Course, our helpful student support representatives will instruct you on how to register for the exam.

The License Application

When you've completed the class and passed the exam, it's time to fill out your license application. If you are applying for a salesperson's license, the application must include your Certificate of Completion from the Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Course and be signed by a licensed Minnesota broker. If you are applying for a broker's license, the application must include your Certificate of Completion from the Wisconsin to Minnesota Real Estate License Course and you will need to have a signed trust account certification on your license application. In addition, you will need to provide an original certification of licensure from the Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing no more than 90 days old.

Topics include:

  • Minnesota real estate agency
  • Minnesota laws, rules and regulations
  • Minnesota licensee financial obligations
  • Minnesota real estate transaction laws
  • Minnesota government controls

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for real estate prelicense education.

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