How To Apply For An AZ Real Estate Salesperson License
Last Update: October 9th 2021
If you’ve just passed your AZ real estate salesperson exam, congratulations! You’ve finally made it. If not, we wish you the best of luck. Regardless of your examination status though, it’s good to know what to do after completing the state exam. It seems like the last thing on your mind when you are going to school, but when it is finally time to activate your Arizona Real Estate Salesperson License, how do you go about doing it?
First things first, it’s very important to have all of the requirements met before applying for your license, See How To Become A Real Estate Agent In Arizona. Aside from completing 90 hours of salesperson’s training, you are also required to complete a 6 hour Contract Writing Course. You can fulfill this requirement online or in person.
On the day of passing the state exam, you will be issued a “salesperson licensing application”, provided by the designated testing center. You will also be issued individual forms that are required to activate your salesperson license.
The Forms Include The Following:
Salesperson application & fee
Proof of legal presence in the U.S.
Arizona State Exam Score report(s)
AZ Fingerprint Clearance Card
Pre-licensure Education Certificate
Contract Writing Course Certificate
Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form (LI-214/244)
& any other applicable disclosure documentation
(present copies of front & back of forms if needed)
After you’ve filled out these forms with the correct information, the final step is to “activate” your real estate salesperson license. This is only possible once you’re hired by a licensed broker or an active brokerage firm. You may search and apply for employing brokers/brokerage firms on the Arizona Department of Real Estate’s website.
Keep in mind that you must apply for licensure within one year of passing the state exam. So the sooner you start, the better.
Please Note: ADRE does from time to time change regulations and requirements and this content may not be current or entirely accurate.
You may view a complete and current list of requirements on the Arizona Department of Real Estate’s website here.