Become a Real Estate Agent
Pacific-Realtors.net is always looking for highly motivated, hard working real estate agents to join our firm. Given that most agents spend minimal time in the office, you can be located almost anywhere in Southern California.
If you are interested in obtaining a real estate license, Pacific-Realtors.net can assist you with low cost classes through firsttuesday and no-cost, high quality mentoring. We also have our own Crash Course.
All new real estate agents are assigned a mentor and receive extensive training both in the office and in the field. A knowledgeable, experienced, financially successful senior agent will be available 24/7 to help you and will be available to meet with you and prospective clients as needed.
How to Obtain Your California Real Estate License
In order to become a licensed real estate agent in California, you must be at least 18 years old, successfully complete the 135-hour pre licensing education requirement through an approved school, be fingerprinted, pass a background check, be a citizen of the United States, and pass the California salesperson licensing exam.
The management of Pacific-Realtors.net strongly recommends that those wanting to become licensed real estate agents, take the courses offered by firsttuesday, including their real estate license exam crash course. We also recommend that you take the free real estate license crash course offered by our firm.
The steps to become licensed as a real estate agent are as follows:
- Complete the qualifying courses including: (1) Real Estate Principles, (2) Real Estate Practice, and (3) One other course from a list provided.
- After completing the three required real estate courses, you must apply for the state exam. The application must be sent to the ORE with the required fee and Fingerprint Live Scan Service Request.
- Take the First Tuesday crash course and the Pacific-Realtors.net free crash course.
- Take the exam. A 70% minimum score is required.
Please do not hesitate to call Michael Chulak if you have any questions about the process or about our company.