HOW TO GET YOUR REAL ESTATE LICENSE - Getting your Colorado real estate license is really not complicated. If you have never had a license you will need to take a state mandated course and pass the state exam. If you have had a license before, see Step #1 below to determine your educational and testing requirements. Please understand one key difference between Colorado and other States - Colorado is a single license state. This means that we do not have a Salesperson or Broker license as is common in many states. In Colorado, every real estate agent is an Associate Broker. This is a one-size-fits-all license that enables you to conduct any type of real estate transaction. The following steps will lead you to getting your Colorado Associate Broker's license:

#1- COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS - If you have never had a real estate license, you must take the Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course before taking the State licensing exam.

If you have an inactive or expired Colorado license, or a license from another State: Visit for educational and testing requirements.

#2 - Submit fingerprints for a background check - Prior to submitting an application for a license you need to submit a set of fingerprints to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of conducting a state and national criminal history record check. These checks can take a few weeks or more to process so it is best submit your fingerprints as early as possible. You can submit your fingerprints at any time - you do not need to take classes or test first.

#3 - Pass the state approved PSI broker examination - Once you have completed your required education, you will receive a certificate from us that will qualify you to take the state exam. The CURRENT exam fee is $85. You must pass your required examinations before you apply for a license.

#4 - Apply for a license. - To receive a license you must:
Be at least 18 years of age.

If you have been or are licensed in another State(s); you need to obtain a certificate of license history from each jurisdiction. If the other license is current (active or inactive), the certificate must be less than 90 days old when you submit your Colorado application.

New agents must find an employing broker.

Your employing broker must sign your application for a real estate license.

You must apply for your license within one year of passing the examination.

Obtain Errors and Omissions insurance.

Submit your license application to the Colorado Real Estate Commission.

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