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Nevada Real Estate Salesperson License Requirements
- Applicants for a real estate salesperson license must show, proof of completion of the required 90 hours or 6 semester units of instruction in real estate principles, practices and law from a Nevada Real Estate Commission accredited provider.
- The course must include a minimum of 18 hours ofNevada law. Certified transcripts must be submitted with the license application. Copies of certified transcripts are accepted.
- Applicants must show proof of passing the national and Nevada state exam within one year of the application date.
- Applicants may use their national examination results from another state (if dated within one year of the date of application for a Nevada real estate license) but must show proof of those results.
Nevada Real Estate Broker License Requirements
- Applicants who hold a valid real estate salesman’s license are entitled to receive credit for the equivalent of 16 semester units of college level courses for each two years of active experience as a licensed real estate salesman or broker.
- The license must be VALID in that state at the time of application in Nevada.
- This credit may not be applied against the 45 hour Broker Management Training nor the 18 hour Nevada law requirement.
- Applicants for a Broker’s license must have been actively engaged as a full-time licensed real estate broker or salesman for at least two (2) of the four (4) years immediately prior to the issuance of a Nevada Broker license.
- Applicants may apply for a Broker/Salesperson license without meeting the experience requirement but must meet the testing and education requirement of a Broker.
- Applicants must show proof of passing the national and Nevada state exam within one year of the application date. Applicants may use their national examination results from another state but must show proof of those results and meet the one year deadline.
Nevada Has Reciprocal Agreements With:
Anyone holding licenses from any of these states may apply for a reciprocal license, and may be able to forego some classroom work and other requirements.
- West Virginia