How to Become a Licensed Real Estate Agent

Tennessee Affiliate Broker

REQUIREMENTS ARE SET BY THE Tennessee Real Estate Commission.

​STEPS TO GET A TENNESSEE REAL ESTATE LICENSE

  • 1 COMPLETE 60 HOURS IN REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES COURSE
  • 2 COMPLETE THE 30 HOUR NEW AFFILIATE COURSE
  • 3 PASS THE STATE EXAM WITH A 70% OR BETTER SCORE PSI EXAMS.
  • 4 APPLY FOR BACKGROUND CHECK BY COMPLETING THE FINGERPRINTING.
  • 5 INTERVIEW AND SELECT A BROKER/FIRM IN WHICH TO PLACE YOUR LICENSE.
  • 6 SELECTED BROKER/FIRM MUST COMPLETE APPLICATION PART.
  • 7 PURCHASE ERRORS AND OMISSIONS INSURANCE UNDER BROKER DIRECTION.
  • 8 SUBMIT APPLICATION TO THE TENNESSEE REAL ESTATE COMMISSION.
  • 9 AN AFFILIATE BROKER LICENSE WILL BE SENT TO THE BROKERAGE FIRM.
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provide the knowledge required to begin a career in real estate. Once completed, the candidate is eligible to sit for the Tennessee Affiliate Broker License Exam. Our classes are small, creating a personal learning environment for learning the basics of real estate. A certificate of completion is provided as proof of completion for each course.

course requires you to apply the knowledge learned from the 60-Hour course to the practice of real estate in preparation for further training in the field. A certificate of completion is provided as proof of completion for each course.

Classroom courses total 90 hours to get a real estate license

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A real estate agent in Tennessee is issued an affiliate broker license which requires the agent to work under a principal broker. The courses for an affiliate broker are offered by classroom or internet. It is your choice in which of the approved course methods to select.

The state regulatory board: Tennessee Real Estate Commission sets the regulations for licensing. Upon successfully completing the 60-hour course, a student is eligible to move forward to the exam but, also, must complete the New Affiliate course and the other steps above to acquire the license. The final step is submitting the application with all stipulations attached to the Tennessee Real Estate Commission.