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Pioneers of Real Estate Education Since 1982

ARIZONA
REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON PRE-LICENSING PROGRAMS

Licensing Steps, Course and Package details with learning style options

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All our courses are approved by AZREC to meet the licensing requirements.

ARIZONA REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON PRE-LICENSE COURSE PACKAGE

Bronze Package

96-Hr. AZ Salesperson Pre-Licensing

Bronze Package

  • 96-Hr. AZ Pre-Licensing
  • 6-Hr. AZ Contract Writing Course
  • Exam Prep Edge- Arizona
  • Pass Guarantee

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$821

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Silver Package

96-Hr. AZ Salesperson Pre-Licensing

Silver Package

  • 96-Hr. AZ Pre-Licensing
  • 6-Hr. AZ Contract Writing Course
  • Exam Prep Edge- Arizona
  • Pass Guarantee
  • Business Building Courses

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$821

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Gold Package

96-Hr. AZ Salesperson Pre-Licensing

Gold Package

  • 96-Hr. AZ Pre-Licensing
  • 6-Hr. AZ Contract Writing Course
  • Exam Prep Edge- Arizona
  • Pass Guarantee
  • Business Building Courses
  • 24-Hr. AZ Sales CE Package
  • Arizona Principles of Real Estate, 2nd Edition eTextbook

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90-Hr Arizona Real Estate Salesperson Pre-License Package

Here’s a glimpse of what you get with our Salesperson Exam Prep

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Two AZREC Approved Courses

Arizona requires two courses to get your real estate license: a 90-Hour Salesperson Pre-Licensing Course and a 6-Hour Contract Writing Course.

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Multiple Training Delivery Methods

We understand the need for convenience, ease and flexibility. You can choose from any of the delivery method; In-person Classes, Virtual Classroom, Online Self-paced, and Online Interactive to fit your learning style.

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Passing Exam in the First Attempt

Fortune Academy has the highest pass rates in the state for last several decades. We assure passing your class and state exam in the first attempt or you get your money back - guaranteed.

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24/7 EXPERT CONNECT

You can connect with a Real Estate guru at any time to ask any question or seek help with your training program. We are available 24/7 via phone, email and chat to provide support for your career success.

Individual Real Estate Courses for AZ Salespersons

All of the individual courses listed below are required by the AZREC to get a state compliant license. They can be purchased either separately or with the bundles listed above.

The law governing real estate licences, agencies, contracts, real estate, ownership, taxes, water law, land development and zoning, deeds and title...

Topics Covered Include:

  • This course provides 90 hours of instruction in real estate principles and practices, required of all applicants for a salesperson’s license in Arizona.
  • 90 Credit Hours
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A managing broker once told his new licensees, "No one ever failed in this business because of the paperwork." However, what you don't...

Topics Covered Include:

  • This course provides the 6-hr of instruction required for RE licensees in Arizona. The course includes contracts used in RE transactions with samples and practical exercises.
  • 6 Credit Hours
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State-of-the-art Delivery Methods

Our instructor-led classes provide complete support and equip you with the right information for your license acquisition.

In-Person Learning

The best education option for students who prefer a traditional, in-person learning format where instructors and students share a learning environment.

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Virtual Learning

Learn Real Estate at a comfortable pace, in an online environment where you can access learning materials and examinations.

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NEW: Online Interactive Learning

Complete quizzes, submit assignments and learn from tenured Real Estate experts in an integrative online classroom experience.

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Online Self-Paced Learning

View on-demand video lessons from virtual Real Estate instructors and receive 24/7 email support for help completing assignments.

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Why Fortune Academy?

100,000+ Trained
100,000+ Trained

We are the pioneers of the real estate education space and fourth school in SC (SCREC School #004) We have been around since 1982 and have established ourselves as one of the pioneers in the Real Estate education space! 

100% Money Back Guarantee
100% Money Back Guarantee

We succeed when you do! If you do not get the license in your first attempt, we will refund 100% of the payment you made because we are certain that all our students clear in the first attempt.

Exceptionally High Pass Rates
Exceptionally High Pass Rates

Through commitment and expertise, we make sure you pass on the first attempt. We have had the highest pass rates for the last several years.

24/7 Support
24/7 Support

We provide complete support to our students through calls, emails, and chat. So, you are in safe hands at all times.

Our Instructors

The tenured and experienced instructors at Fortune Academy are committed to providing students with the best possible education and are dedicated to helping them succeed. They go above and beyond in their efforts to ensure that every student is well-prepared for a successful career after graduation from our school.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions regarding the AZ real estate Salesperson course? We got you covered.

The amount of time to get your Arizona real estate salesperson license varies due to the number of steps involved. Most complete the requirements within a few months. These include completing education, obtaining a fingerprint clearance card, passing the background check, taking a Contract Writing Class, scheduling the AZ Salesperson Licensing Exam, and successfully passing the licensing exam.

The Pearson VUE Candidate Handbook includes instructions on price and helpful information on obtaining your Arizona salesperson license. The salesperson license exam fee is $75. The cost for each retake is the same as the initial examination. Note: These costs are subject to change by the state at any time.

The state of Arizona requires 96 hours of approved Pre-Licensing education to earn a salesperson license.

Arizona is not reciprocal with any state or country.

The fixed costs involved in getting an Arizona real estate license include: The examination application and fees -$75. Salesperson license fee - $50 View this document for more information on Arizona real estate license costs. Note: These costs are subject to change by the state at any time.

The state of Arizona requires 24 hours of Continuing Education every two years: 18 mandatory hours and six general hours. You can view our Continuing Education courses for Arizona real estate agents here.

If you are considering taking the state licensing exam, you can apply online by going to the PSI website and following the online prompts after registering for an account. Once your eligibility has been forwarded to PSI, you have received approval to schedule the state exam

The state of Arizona allows a future salesperson to earn their real estate license online. If you're interested in getting your Arizona real estate license online, learn more about your available options here.

In Arizona, a license may not be issued to people convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor offense, such as (but not limited to) theft, forgery, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, violence against another person, or crimes of moral turpitude. The Arizona Department of Real Estate has more information on criminal convictions.

Multiple factors are taken into account when calculating average real estate salaries, including the number of real estate transactions per year and commission fees. On average, a full-time real estate salesperson in Arizona can expect to make about $75k per year, according to ZipRecruiter.com. Among higher earners, an Arizona real estate salesperson can earn over six figures annually.

You must be 18 years old to attain an Arizona real estate license.

The Arizona real estate exam is administered through Pearson Vue testing services. The Arizona real estate exam is administered throughout the state. Visit The Pearson Vue Testing Center webpage for more information about times and locations to take the Arizona real estate exam.

No, you do not need to have a high school diploma or GED to apply for a real estate license in Arizona. The only requirement is that you are at least 18 years of age or older.

In order to be a real estate agent in Arizona, the applicant must be a resident of the state. Note that current Arizona residents who are actively licensed out of state are entitled to apply for Out-of-State Recognition. This is a way for Arizona residents to expedite the licensing process if they are an agent elsewhere. There are additional resources to help you learn more about this process, and you can contact the Arizona Real Estate Commission to ask personalized questions related to real estate license reciprocity.

6 Simple Steps to Get Your Arizona Salesperson License

Meet the AZREC requirements by following the steps below.

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    Complete 90 hours of approved pre-licensing education

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    Pass the course final exam

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    Obtain required documents

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    Schedule and pass the Arizona Real Estate exam.

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    Choose a Sponsoring Broker.

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Complete 90 hours of approved pre-licensing education

Arizona is a non-reciprocal state. Complete 90 hours of Real Estate Salesperson pre-licensing education at an approved Arizona real estate school. Please note, six additional hours of a contract writing course is required to apply for your license, but is not required to take the Arizona real estate exam

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Pass the course final exam

Course final examination must be proctored at an ADRE approved real estate school, college or university. To learn more about proctoring, Arizona-specific instructions, and to see a list of proctoring locations in Arizona, please see our proctoring information page.

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Obtain required documents

Fingerprint Clearance Card - The Fingerprint Clearance Card is issued by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The application packet of information may be obtained from DPS. The process for obtaining the Fingerprint Clearance Card may take as long as eight to ten weeks. See more information about the Fingerprint Clearance Card here. Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form (LI-214/244) - Information and documentation relating to the applicant’s background must be provided upon application for licensure. Date of birth and Social Security Number are required. Criminal convictions and background disclosure on the Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form (LI-214/244) must be completed by all applicants, and depending on disclosures made, additional documents and information may be required. The Department CANNOT issue a license to a person convicted of a felony who is incarcerated, paroled or under community supervision or on probation. The Department may not issue a license to a person who has been convicted of a felony or convicted of a misdemeanor offense, such as (but not limited to) theft, forgery, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, violence against another person, or crimes of moral turpitude. A Fingerprint Clearance Card issued by DPS is required by all applicants at the time of application. Disclosure Document Checklist (LI-400) - When applying for an original license and disclosing a criminal conviction, adverse civil judgment, or denial of or discipline against a professional or occupational license on the Disclosure Document Checklist Form (LI-400), additional documents and information identified on must be provided.

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Schedule and pass the Arizona Real Estate exam.

Contact Pearson VUE at www.pearsonvue.com to schedule the state and national examinations. Be prepared to provide to the exam administrator two forms of current signature identification, including one government-issued I.D. with photo and the Salesperson Education Certificate for the 96 hours of schooling. There is also an examination fee. Fees are subject to change without notice.

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Choose a Sponsoring Broker.

To begin your new career, you must be sponsored by an active Arizona real estate Broker. It’s important to find a good fit when picking a Broker to work with, and it’s a key factor to becoming a successful Arizona real estate agent.

  • Here are some questions to consider when searching for the right Broker: What is their reputation, both locally and nationally? What kind of real estate agents are they looking for? Are they technologically advanced and up-to-date with the latest systems? How do they support their agents with education and training? What kind of commission structure do they offer? Do they offer benefits? Do they provide their agents with leads and marketing material? Is there room to grow with the brokerage?

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