Pre-licensing programs are designed to fulfill the necessary courses prior to applying for a state license.
In Illinois a career in real estate begins with a broker’s license. Once you obtain your broker’s license you will need to find a Managing Broker to sponsor you for at least two years. After two years, if you wish to operate a sole proprietorship or open your own office, you can obtain a Managing Broker’s License.
A Leasing Agent is a person who is employed by a Real Estate Broker to engage in licensing activities limited to leasing residential real estate.
If you were originally issued a Broker License on or after November 1, 2021, you need to complete the 45-Hour Post Licensing Package for your first renewal cycle.
Upgrade Your License
The 45 Hour Managing Broker Pre-License courses are designed for brokers who wish to manage an office or become a sole proprietor. You must be licensed and practicing real estate for two years to be eligible to become a Managing Broker.
We offer two courses designed for real estate professionals that would like to earn their license to become a real estate continuing education or pre-licensing instructor.