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Get more than a course
Together with Kaplan Real Estate Education, we provide students with much more than the required courses. You’ll get additional tools and resources like exam prep, online study groups and customer support that help you succeed.
Go at your own speed
With our self-paced courses you can take your time or speed through them. You’ll have up to 6 months to complete the coursework. All of the courses combined take a minimum of 90 hours to complete.
Getting an Arizona Real Estate License
Steps to Become an Arizona Real Estate Agent
Step 1. Complete the 90 hours of pre-licensing education with Aceable Real Estate School
Our online Arizona real estate course prepares you to pass the licensing exam and start your new career with the knowledge you need to succeed. Our course includes all 90 hours of education you need to take the Arizona licensing exam and get your license through our partnership with Kaplan Real Estate Education. This online course is approved by the Arizona Department of Real Estate.
The 90-hour Arizona Real Estate Principles Course covers:
Arizona real estate license law
Differences between Arizona laws and common laws
Arizona real estate regulation
National real estate laws
Principles and practices of real estate
These are interactive courses that include quizzes, videos and scenario-based case studies that help you retain the information. You’ll also have access to Arizona Real Estate Exam Prep questions and practice exams. It’s everything you need to get an Arizona real estate license.
Step 2. Pass your pre-licensing course exam
In order to take your Arizona Real Estate Exam, you must pass your course exam. This exam is proctored and can be taken virtually when scheduled with a qualified virtual proctor.
Step 3. Submit a Fingerprint Clearance Card for a background check
Fingerprinting can be set up with the Arizona Department of Public Safety. In order to submit your Fingerprint Clearance Card, you must first apply for your card and receive clearance from the DPS.
Step 4. Submit a Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form
As part of the background check for your real estate license, you are required to submit the Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form when you submit your real estate license application.
Step 5. Complete the 6-hour Contract Writing Class
After you complete the 90-hour pre-licensing course but before you can apply for an Arizona real estate license, you must take an introductory 6-hour Contract Writing Class. The 6-hour course includes three hours of contract law and three hours on real estate legal issues. The course is administered by ADRE-approved providers. It can be a standalone class or included with the 90-hour pre-licensing course. When you send in a license application you’ll have to submit a certificate of completion from the course provider to prove you took the contract writing class. *Please Note that the Contract Writing Class is not currently active through our Kaplan Real Estate Education partnership. Check back in a few weeks for the course to become active.
Step 6. Pass the Arizona Real Estate Exam
You must pass the Arizona Real Estate Exam with a score of 75% in order to earn your Arizona real estate license.
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Questions can come up at any time, and our student concierge support team can answer them! The team is on call 5 days a week, and you can email us anytime. Our partners at Kaplan Real Estate Education are also here for you. You can call them at 800-636-9517 to get answers to questions about the course.