Get A Missouri License

Webinar Option (instructor-led)

Webinar instruction is best for students looking for:

Face-to-face instruction and interaction

The ability to ask questions in the moment

Certificates available immediately upon passing course

Online Option (self-paced)

Online learning is best for students looking for:

Study at your own pace format - schedule flexibility

Convenience working around another full-time job

Certificates available immediately upon passing course

Steps to Obtaining your Missouri License

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STEP ONE: You must complete the 48-Hour Salesperson Pre-Examination course within 90 days of registration (online packages only).

STEP TWO: Within six months of completing the licensing course, you must complete the following, in any order:

  • Take and complete the 24-Hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (included in all pre-licensing packages).

  • Pass the state-administered licensing examination at  www.goamp.com (examination hosted by PSI).

  • Prospective licensees must complete the state fingerprinting requirements to obtain their Missouri criminal history background check.  The MREC’s four-digit registration number is 0004.  Click here for Fingerprinting FAQs.

*Additional information can be found on the Missouri Real Estate Commission’s website.

STEP THREE: Within six months of completing the licensing course, agents must select a broker and apply for their license.

What is the cost to get your real estate license?

  • Pre-licensing package $358 – $525 depending on package

  • PSI licensing exam (National and/or Missouri) $62.00 each time you take one or both exams

  • Fingerprinting and background check $41.75

  • Missouri license and application fee $90.00

*These  fees may change without notice.  Please contact the MREC for current fees.
Once you are licensed, additional fees, dues and insurance may be required by your broker.  You will want to contact your broker to discuss any fees you may incur after you obtain your license.

  

Timeframes are critical! It is imperative that all prospective licensees carefully watch the dates listed above.