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If you're thinking of becoming a real estate agent in Tennessee, who can blame you? It's the perfect career for self-motivated individuals who are willing to work hard and have great communication skills.
Another great thing about pursuing a real estate career — it's less expensive than most professional courses of study. The following post explains what you'll need to get your real estate license and how much it costs to meet the requirements.
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You won't be able to get your Tennessee real estate license unless you meet the following requirements:
In addition, the Tennessee Real Estate Commission (TREC) asks some qualifying questions of prospective agents, including questions about your criminal record. TREC does not allow anyone on parole or probation to schedule a real estate licensing exam. In fact, you must be off probation or parole for two years before you are eligible to take the real estate license exam.
You'll be required to submit a list of documents when you submit your application to become a real estate agent, including proof of high school graduation, proof you've completed the 90 hours of real estate school, and proof of errors and omissions insurance.
In all, expect to pay just under $700 to get your initial Tennessee real estate license, with additional renewal costs every two years.
Here's a breakdown of what you can expect to pay in order to get your license:
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