This licensing information is designed to provide a summary of the minimum education requirements established by the Missouri Real Estate Commission. We recommend you contact the Missouri Real Estate Commission for more detailed information or changes.
Missouri Real Estate Salesperson Pre-License Requirements
- Successfully complete an approved 48 hour Salesperson Pre-Examination Course prior to the date of state examination and no more than 6 months prior to submitting application
- Pass a course final exam with a score of at least 70%
- Must pass both the national and state portions of the required exam after successfully completing the Salesperson Pre-Examination Course; see Missouri real estate license exam prep
- Successfully complete an approved 24 hour Missouri Real Estate Practice Course completed after successful completion of the "Sales Pre-Examination Course"
Missouri Real Estate Broker Pre-License Requirements
- Produce a certificate from the applicant’s broker(s) stating that the applicant has been actively engaged in the real estate business as a licensed salesperson for at least 2 years immediately preceding the application date
- Produce a certificate from a Commission accredited school that the applicant has, within 6 months prior to the application date, successfully completed an approved 48 hours "Broker Pre-Examination Course"
- Must pass both the national and state portions of the required exam after successfully completing the Broker Pre-Examination Course; see Missouri real estate license exam prep
Missouri Real Estate Continuing Education Requirements
- Complete 12 hours of state approved courses every 2 years
- These courses must include 3 hours of Mandatory courses that may change each renewal cycle
- The other 9 hours are elective courses
- Continuing education courses require that you pass a course final exam with a grade of at least 70%
- Broker licensees renew in every even-numbered year by June 30th
- Salesperson licensees renew in every even-numbered year by September 30th