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New Mexico Real Estate License Education

Approved New Mexico Real Estate Agent and Broker Licensing School-Kaplan Real Estate Education

New Mexico’s Best Real Estate School Since 1945!

With schools founded as early as 1945, Kaplan Real Estate Education is the largest provider of real estate licensing courses in the country. There is no better way to launch your new real estate career than by enrolling in our licensing education program. We understand how to become a New Mexico real estate agent and will walk you through, step by step, how to obtain your license. We understand the New Mexico requirements and will help you lay the foundation for a successful career in real estate. 

All students will have six months to complete their course from the date of purchase.

New Mexico Real Estate Associate Broker License

Kaplan Real Estate Education, licensing courses are the only way to get your new career off to a great start. Our Live Classroom and Home Study courses provide you personalized education options, so you can choose the method that works best for you. We will have you on your way to your new career in real estate with courses like:

  • Real Estate Law (30 Credit Hours)
  • Real Estate Principles and Practice (30 Credit Hours)
  • Broker Basics (30 Credit Hours)

Learn more about our Associate Broker (Agent) Licensing course options. 

New Mexico Real Estate Qualified Broker License

Become a Qualifying Broker and advance your real estate career! If you have been active as an Associate Broker or Salesperson for at least four of the last five years, you are most likely qualified to upgrade your New Mexico license. To obtain your license, you will need to complete:

  • Broker Basics (30 Credit Hours) (not required if licensed as an Associate Broker in New Mexico after January 2006)
  • Brokerage Office Administration (30 Credit Hours)
    • Documented qualifying transactional experience totaling 100 points, with at least one transaction accomplished during each of the four years prior to filing of the application.  These transactions are to be verified in writing by the applicants qualifying broker.
    • Completion of the eight-hour Understanding and Using RANM Forms course, or at least eight hours of other commission approved contract courses.
    • Completion of a minimum of eight hours of elective courses in the professional track of the applicant; defined as residential transactions, commercial transactions, property management transactions, ranch and/or vacant land transactions
    • Attendance at one New Mexico real estate commission meeting, public hearing, or disciplinary hearing

Learn more about our Qualifying Broker Licensing course options