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Real Estate Examinations

Applicants for the Real Estate Salesperson Examination

Applicants for the Real Estate Salesperson Examination

To qualify to take the examination for a California Real Estate Salesperson license, an applicant must submit evidence (transcripts) of having completed three college level real estate courses. The applicant is required to complete a college-level course in Real Estate Principles and Real Estate Practice. In addition to the Real Estate Principles and Practice courses, the applicant must also complete ONE additional elective real estate course (for the required total of three college level courses) from the following CRC course offerings:

  • Real Estate Appraisal
  • Property Management
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Economics
  • Legal Aspects of Real Estate
  • Introduction to Escrow Procedure
  • General Accounting 301
  • Business Law 340

Applicants for the Real Estate Broker Examination

Applicants for the Real Estate Broker Examination

An applicant for the Broker examination must have completed eight college-level courses, in addition to the experience/educational requirements. These eight courses should include the following CRC course offerings:

  • California Real Estate Principles
  • Real Estate Practice
  • Legal Aspects of Real Estate
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Estate Appraisal
  • Real Estate Economics or Accounting 301
  • and two courses from the following group: *
    • Business Law 340
    • Real Property Management
    • Introduction to Escrow Procedures
    • Advanced Appraisal

* If applicant completes both Accounting and Real Estate Economics, only one additional course is required.