Become an Agent in OK
How To Get Your Oklahoma Real Estate License
5 Steps To Get Your Real Estate
License In Oklahoma
Getting licensed for your new career might seem a bit daunting, but we’re here to guide you through the process. Read on to learn the 5 steps you’ll need to take before starting your career in Oklahoma real estate. To learn about how much it costs to get your real estate license, visit our Oklahoma Provisional Sales Licensing page.Buy your Oklahoma Pre-Licensing »
- Be determined to have good moral character
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Be a U.S. citizen, a U.S. national, or an alien authorized to work in the United States
DACA recipients are not eligible to obtain an Oklahoma Real Estate license. INA Section 248 (8 US Code Section 1258) requires the beneficiary to be in a lawful non-immigrant status to begin with, before their status can be changed. In order to be granted a change of status into a non-immigrant status like H-1B, TN, or R-1, INA § 248 requires the beneficiary to be in lawful non-immigrant status to begin with; DACA is not considered a lawful non-immigrant status.
- What is the average OK real estate agent salary? According to indeed.com, the average full time Oklahoma real estate agent salary is $78,529 per year.
- How long does it take to get a real estate agent license in Oklahoma? Future agents who spend about 20 hours per week on coursework can be licensed in as little as 3-4 weeks.
- You can use the Oklahoma Real Estate Agent License Lookup Tool to verify an agent's license status.
Complete 90 hours of approved Oklahoma Pre-Licensing Education OR 6 hours of college credit in a real estate discipline.
The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission requires 90 hours of Provisional Sales Associate Pre-Licensing education at an approved real estate school. After completing the coursework, you’ll need to pass your school’s final real estate exam. College attendees with at least 6 credits in a real estate discipline may also qualify.
Submit your fingerprints and pass the background check
In order to take your licensing exam and complete the real estate licensing application, you’ll need to submit your fingerprints for a background check. Both the Commission to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations and the FBI will review your record, then report back to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission. You can sign up for your fingerprints and background checks with IdentoGo, a local service that provides licensing and certification services, and by using service code 2B7NR3.
Schedule and pass the Oklahoma Salesperson Exam
Students can take the Oklahoma Salesperson Exam in-person at any of four locations: Oklahoma City, McAlester, Tulsa, or Woodward. Examinations are taken by computer and distributed via PSI Services. You can visit their website to find the appropriate address. Individuals who live outside of Oklahoma can take the test at any PSI location. There is an examination fee that is subject to change without notice.
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Complete the Oklahoma Provisional Sales Associate application
All applicants must have completed their Pre-Licensing coursework within the previous 36 months. Applicant fees exist and are subject to change without notice. To apply for your Oklahoma Real Estate Provisional Sales Associate license with the Oklahoma Real Estate Division, click here.
Find a sponsoring broker
In order to begin working as a real estate agent, you’ll need to find a sponsoring broker. By law, agents may not enter contractual agreements without a qualifying broker’s oversight. This step can be completed at any time after passing your Pre-Licensing coursework, although it is not required until you plan to start working as an agent.