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Real Estate Salesperson Pre-licensing
The 77-Hour Real Estate Salesperson Course is required to obtain a license. In New York State, real estate agents are required to be licensed when conducting real estate transactions.
Real Estate License Renewal
A Licensed Real Estate Salesperson or Broker is required, by the State of New York, to take a 22.5-Hour Continuing Education Course to renew his/her license every two years.
Real Estate Broker Pre-licensing
The 75-hour Broker Course is required for obtaining a real estate broker license in New York. Applicants must have a salesperson’s license, have at least 3500 credits.
Frequently asked questions
WHY DO I NEED TO STUDY REAL ESTATE?
This is a should-know course for almost everyone, regardless if you are a house lessor, lessee, buyer or seller. Real estate relates to our lives in numerous ways. More importantly, by taking this course, you can increase your opportunity for employment and income.
WHAT CLASSES DO YOU OFFER?
iTraining Real Estate School provides real estate education to become a salesperson or a broker, we also provide continuing education courses.
WHO ARE THE TEACHERS?
Our main instructor, William Bih, was featured in The New York Times article 'A Class Where Hope Hangs On.' More people in the area have obtained their real estate license exam training from William Bih than any other instructor. He has taught more than 8,000 students. His lessons are interesting to listen to, and he makes it easy for you to pass the licensing exam. His students have a 96% passing rate which is one of the highest exam pass rates in the industry.
Additionally, some classes are taught by Alice Chen, a theoretical and experienced certified accountant, assist in teaching practical tax, loan, and other related knowledge of housing investment.
CAN I PRACTICE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS IN OTHER STATES IF I HAVE NEW YORK REAL ESTATE LICENSE?
There are nine states which have reciprocity with New York State. If you are licensed in New York State, you might be able to do business there. However, each of the nine states has special requirements for this reciprocity. You will need to get the details from those local governments.
The nine states are: Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia