Connecticut Real Estate License Requirements

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Connecticut Real Estate Licensing Requirements

This licensing information is designed to provide a summary of the minimum education requirements established by the Connecticut Real Estate Commission. We recommend you contact the Connecticut Real Estate Commission for more detailed information or changes.

Connecticut Real Estate Salesperson Pre-License Requirements

  • Successfully complete 60 hours of Real Estate Principles and Practices from an approved school
  • Submit an application, an application fee, and the required documents to PSI licensure: certification
  • Once you have met the requirements, you will be issued an Examination Eligibility postcard. Note: This application can be found at end of the Candidate Information Bulletin on PSI’s website.
  • Pass an examination to confirm that you have attained at least a minimum level of knowledge regarding the laws and regulations concerning the real estate profession; see Connecticut real estate license exam prep
  • Submit the original examination passing score report(s), and the initial license fee, as indicated on such documents, to the Licensing Services Division. Payment of the license fee MUST be made within two (2) years of passing the last portion of the examination; otherwise a new application, along with the appropriate fee, must be submitted to PSI in order to be eligible to retest.
  • Once the Division has verified that you have met all of the requirements for licensure, they will issue the appropriate license

Connecticut Real Estate Broker Pre-License Requirements

  • 60 Classroom hours of Real Estate Principles and Practices
  • 30 Classroom hours of Appraisal I
  • 30 Classroom hours of Related Subjects in Real Estate
  • Submit an application, an application fee, and the required documents to PSI licensure: certification (PSI)
  • Once you have met the requirements, you will be issued an Examination Eligibility postcard. Note: This application can be found at end of the Candidate Information Bulletin on PSI’s website.
  • Pass an examination to confirm that you have attained at least a minimum level of knowledge regarding the laws and regulations concerning the real estate profession; see Connecticut real estate license exam prep
  • Submit a license fee and the required documents to License Services Division. Payment of the license fee MUST be made within two (2) years of passing the last portion of the examination; otherwise a new application, along with the appropriate fee, must be submitted to PSI licensure: certification (PSI) in order to be eligible to retest.
  • Once the Division has verified that you have met all of the requirements for licensure, they will issue the appropriate license.
  • Brokers – If you passed the Connecticut Broker full licensing examination between 4/1/2010 and 3/31/2012, you do not need to take the continuing education courses. (The date used is not the issuance date of your first license, it is the exam date.)
  • Salespersons – If you passed the Connecticut Salesperson full licensing examination between 6/1/2010 and 5/31/2012, you do not need to take the continuing education courses. (The date used is not the issuance date of your first license, it is the exam date.)

Connecticut Real Estate License Continuing Education

  • Salespersons must complete 12 hours of education by May 31st on even number years
  • Brokers must complete 12 hours of education by March 31st on even number years
  • Of the 12 hours, 3 hours cover the mandatory topic “CT Real Estate Agency Fiduciary Duties and Review and Law Update”
  • Another option is to contact PSI Examination Services to take the Connecticut Continuing Education Examination. If passed your CE will be considered complete for this CE year. To schedule a test date, please contact PSI at 1-800-733-9267 or go to: www.psiexams.com.

Colorado Real Estate Reciprocal Broker License Requirements

  • CT recognizes reciprocal licenses from the following jurisdictions: AL, CO, GA, IL, IN,. MA, MI, NE, NY, NC, OH, OK, RI, TN
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