Missouri

Salesperson Licensing

Classroom Package

Salesperson Requirements

The state of Missouri requires 72 hours of course work before applying for a real estate license. The 72 hours of work consists of two courses:

  • 48-Hour Salesperson Pre-Examination Course

  • 24-Hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course

This classroom package contains both of these courses. It covers all the topics that are tested on the state-proctored licensing exam.

Additional requirements to obtaining your real estate license can be found below.

 Classroom Package Includes:

48-Hour Salesperson Pre-Examination Course (classroom)

24-Hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (online)

Three online exam preps (National, Missouri, Math)

Location: 12777 Olive Blvd.

St. Louis REALTORS

St. Louis, MO 63141

Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Location: 5377 Hwy N

Cottleville Synergy Center

St. Charles, MO 63304

Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Steps to Obtaining your Missouri License

click HERE for a printable version of the steps

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

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.

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

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