Real Estate Salesperson External Certification Prep
About the program
Students who complete MTC’s Real Estate sales courses and wish to become a licensed real estate broker in the State of Ohio can apply the 10 credit hours towards an Associate of Applied Business Degree in Real Estate Management.
|Real Estate Principles and Practices
|Real Estate Appraisal
|Real Estate Finance
|Real Estate Law
|Total Credit Hours:
Salesperson Pre-Licensing Requirements
To be eligible to take the Salesperson Examination, you must fulfill two requirements:
- Pass each course listed above; and,
- Meet the state’s contact hour attendance requirements. Class attendance is mandatory.
Salesperson Post-Licensing Requirements
Not earlier than the date of issue of a real estate salesperson’s license to a licensee, but not later than twelve months after the date of issue of a real estate salesperson license to a licensee, the licensee shall submit proof satisfactory to the superintendent, on forms made available by the superintendent, of the completion of ten hours of classroom instruction that shall be completed in schools, seminars, and educational institutions approved by the commission.
Broker Post-Licensing Requirements
Within one year after issuance of a Broker’s License, the licensee must complete a 10-hour post licensure course in real estate brokerage. This course may be completed at other institutions approved by the Ohio Real Estate Commission. If this requirement is not met, the license will be suspended and the broker has a 1-year grace period to complete the course.
This program follows an 8-week course format. This means you will take fewer classes at a time, and earn credits faster as you complete the program. Each semester is divided into two 8-week sessions, with a smaller number of classes taken during each compared to a traditional 16-week semester schedule.
- Real Estate Sales
- Agent Assistant
- Real Estate Agent/Broker
- Broker Specialist
- Property Manager
- Title Researcher
- MTC Application for Admission and nonrefundable applicable fee.
- High school transcript (or GED results) and college transcripts (if applicable).
All courses offered in this program will be taken as 8-week classes each semester, meaning you wil complete courses and earn credits sooner than a traditional 16-week class format.