Sales Associate Post License Bundle

45-hour Total In easy 15-hour Modules


This course bundle includes all three 15-hour post license courses appropriate for Sales Associates – Contract Management, Leading the Field in Real Estate and Agent’s Role in Financing.


Cost is $150



Broker Pre License Bundle


 72-Hour Course with Timed End-of-Course Exam + State Exam Prep Course

72 hour pre-license course that is internet based and includes published textbook and videoed live workshop.


Cost is only $280




Sales Associate Pre License Bundle


63-Hour Course with Timed End-of-Course Exam + State Exam Prep Course

63 hour pre-license course that is internet based and includes published textbook and videoed live workshop.


Cost is only $230 



Broker Post License Bundle

60-hour Total in easy 15-hour Modules


This course bundle includes all four 15-hour post license courses appropriate for Brokers – Contract Management, Leading the Field in Real Estate, Agent’s Role in Financing and Managing a Real Estate Office. 


Cost is $160



Ready to get started & enjoy the special NABOR discount?  Register here


*THESE COURSES ARE VALID FOR 365 DAYS FROM THE TIME YOU REGISTER!

Please allow 2 business days to complete the registration process. Login information will be emailed to you.

Are you interested in a career selling real estate ?


All REALTORS® are real estate agents, but not all real estate agents are REALTORS®. An agent means that you are the representative of someone else.
Real estate agents are regulated by the state they live in, and must be licensed to do business by the state licensing authority. When you are licensed, you can handle a property transaction for a client on behalf of a broker or a builder and are subject to the rules and regulations as outlined by the state.

To become a REALTOR®, you must meet the age, educational and other requirements in Florida, plus you must join and retain active membership in the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Only N.A.R. members can call themselves REALTORS®.  When you become a member of NABOR, with your dues payment, you also become a State and National Association member.


Steps to Becoming a Licensed REALTOR®:


Visit the Florida Division of Real Estate website at http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/  and determine whether you meet the basic eligibility requirements to become a licensed real estate agent (also known as a "Sales Associate"). In Florida the minimum requirements include being 18, holding a valid social security number, holding a high school diploma or GED, completing a 63-hour pre-license course, passing the examination and applying for and being accepted by the state of Florida for a Sales Associate license.

Click the link opposite to purchase your educational course. 


Take the Sales Associate examination after you complete the course.  The examination is given by Pearson Vue.


To Learn more visit their website to find a location near you to set up your exam once the application has been approved by the DBPR. The Candidate Information Booklet is a useful source to help guide you through the examination process.  You must pass the exam with a grade of 75 or higher.

Apply for licensure through the Florida Division of Real Estate to activate your license, your chosen broker must submit form RE-11, found on the Florida Division of Real Estate website. 


Once you join an office, you will need to become a member of  local REALTOR® Association.  You must join within 30 days of affiliation. 


Each REALTOR® Association has their own educational requirements which will be mandatory for you to complete in a certain time frame.  At NABOR, you have 180 days from the day you sign up, to complete the online orientation program, Ethics Training (online or in house) & Contracts.  MLS Training must be taken at the first available opportunity.

You are also required to take the post-licensure real estate course (see link opposite).

 To maintain your license, each agent must take 14 hours of approved continuing education in each two year cycle ((State requirement).  To maintain your REALTOR® status you must remain a member in good standing and complete 2 1/2 hours of training on the Code of Ethics in each three year cycle (National Association of REALTORS® requirement.).

Th current cycle is January 2019 thru December 2021.

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