Do You Need A Real Estate License

Or A Career In Real Estate?

Announcing! THE CE SHOP And Century 21 Northwest Real Estate School Partnership

Now You Can Become A Licensed Realtor With The Power of the World’s Strongest Brand At Your Side. Just Need To Get Your License? Sign up and take state-approved, self-paced courses from the comfort of your own home. We have made Pre-Licensing easy

  • 90-hr. Online Interactive Course
  • 96% Student Satisfaction Rate
  • 90% National Student Pass Rate

Really Want To Understand The Process First?

Great! You're On Your Way To Success, Keep Reading. Anyone can sign up for real estate school. The state of Arizona has over 47,000 licensed agents, but only a fraction are full-time realtors and even less are making a six-figure salary. That’s because most people jump into the business without a plan, and more importantly a partner. Here you’ll find both.

Step 1:  Understand The Costs of Getting A Real Estate License

The CE Shop is a fully accredited continuing education program and offers all of the 18 required real estate courses. Their 90-Hr. AZ Salesperson Pre‑Licensing Premium Package is $606.75 and includes:

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Step 2: Arizona State Licensing Requirements

In Arizona, aspiring realtors are required to get 90 hours of real estate education. This includes college-level coursework on real estate contracts, deeds, titles, selling/buying real estate, owning property, and more.

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Step 3: Take The AZRE Approved Pre-Licensing Course

The 90 hours of required education is available via in-person classes in your state or online. Note that your chosen program MUST be fully accredited and approved by the real estate licensing authority in Arizona.

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Looking for a Real Estate Mentor

You don't have to do this alone. We will guide you through school and help you find a place to work when you graduate.

Specialized Classed & State Exams

Step 4: Complete An AZRE Approved Ethics Class

Realtors are required to take a Code of Ethics course on a biennial cycle. 

Step 5: Complete An AZRE Approved Contract writing class

Student are required to take a  6 hour course in contracts called “Introduction to Contract Writing."

Step 6: Get Finger Printed

The application fee of $67.00 paid to The Arizona Department Of Public Safety

Step 7: Pass the Pre- Licensing School Test

Your real estate education will consist of 18 sessions. Classes are all standalone and do not need to be completed in any specific order.

Step 8: Pass the State Licensing Exam

The exam consists of about 100 multiple choice questions related to state and national real estate laws and procedures. 

Step 9: Apply for Your Real Estate License

Simply fill out your license application and pay the application fees: $75 plus an additional $60 for a first-time license.

Looking for a Real Estate Mentor

Our team is here to help you through each step of the process.

What To Do Now?


Step 10: Choose a specialty

There are two main categories of real estate: Commercial and Residential. And the difference between the two simply comes down to the type of property in which an agent specializes.

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Step 11: Join the MLS & NAR Board

To be able to call yourself a true “realtor”, be sure to join the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

Step 12: Choose A Brokerage Firm

In the state of Arizona you are required to work for a licensed broker as a realtor.

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Now you're ready for the next steps

Step 13: Getting Hired

You know what it takes for a great real estate brokerage to make the cut – now it’s time to choose the best one for you.

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Step 14: Real Estate Training

This will be the primary source of support and mentorship in your career, so it’s worth it to take your time to find a place that will train and support you.

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Step 15: Creating a Business Plan

In order to find clients, every realtor needs to have a solid real estate marketing strategy.

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Step 16:  Real Estate Marketing

When it comes to generating real estate agent leads, there’s no one “best” way to make sure you’ve always got enough clients.

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Step 17: Coaching & Education

Rules, regulations, and best practices change frequently, and it can be difficult to keep up with everything that’s new while you’re trying to excel in your real estate career.

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Renew Your License and Take Continuing Education Courses