ABC Real Estate School offers a pre-licensing course for everyone. To become a Salesperson, Nevada requires completion of a 120-hour course, made up of 45-hours of Principles and Practices (3-credits), 45-hours Real Estate Law (3-credits) which includes18-hours of Nevada Law and 30-hours of Contracts and Agency Nevada pre-licensing. Brokers and Broker-salespeople applicants will also have completed 45-hours of Broker Management and show proof of 64-college credits. Brokers need a minimum of 2-years experience, a commercial location, and proof of financials. Nevada will accept proof of credits/hours taken in another state for all but the 18-hour Nevada Law and Broker Management courses. Check out Form501 for additional information.
If you have never taken a real estate class before, you need to take a 120-hour course:
If you have already taken a 45-hour real estate principles and practices class in a state other than Nevada or if your pre-licensing education in the state where you completed pre-licensing requirements was 60-89 hours, you need 45-hours of Real Estate Law (included 18-hours of Nevada Law):
If you have already taken a 120-hour real estate principles and practices, law & ethics class in Nevada and you also want to refresh your knowledge of the principles and practices, law & ethics in Nevada and don't need credit take:
If you have experience in another state (8-years or 64-college credits or a combination of the two) and need either a broker's license or broker'salesperson's license in Nevada, you need the 18-hour Nevada Law/45-hour broker management package. It includes a refresher course.
If you already have a Nevada salesperson license and want to upgrade your license, you need a broker management course. It also includes a refresher course.