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.
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:
Learn more about our Associate Broker (Agent) Licensing course options.
Use your GI Bill® education benefits at Kaplan Real Estate Education in New Mexico!
Veterans eligible for education benefits under Chapter 30, Chapter 33, Chapter 35, and Chapter 1606 are entitled to receive benefits on approved New Mexico live licensing courses at Kaplan Real Estate Education—Albuquerque Campus only.
Veterans eligible for Chapter 33 may receive benefits covering up to 100% of their tuition on approved New Mexico live licensing courses at Kaplan Real Estate Education—Albuquerque Campus only. Chapter 33 veterans will be able to attend class, for up to 90 days, while waiting for the VA to make tuition payments, provided the student submits their certificate of eligibility to Kaplan at the time of registration.
Students will be required to pay for the difference between the total amount of tuition and the amount of the VA education benefit disbursement.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill
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:
Learn more about our Qualifying Broker Licensing course options.