News‎ > ‎

Get a NJ Real Estate License Online?

posted Apr 6, 2016, 10:00 AM by Victor Kaminski   [ updated Apr 6, 2016, 10:20 AM ]
Can I get a New Jersey real estate license online?

No You Cannot...

Any NJ school offering licensing online is lying to you and just not legitimate, AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!

Don't trust us check with the New Jersey Real Estate Commission, they are a division of the NJ Dept. of banking and insurance aka DOBI and manage all licenses and oversee licensee activities.

In order to get a real estate license in NJ, it is called a "salespersons" license, broker licenses are for those who have served as full time salespersons for 3 years or longer then must take another course and exam but to get started you will need to take the salespersons pre-licensing course.

The state of New Jersey does not currently allow licensing classes online or by correspondence courses. You must complete the required 75 hour pre-licensing course in person instructor led class and once you take the course you'll understand why.

New Jersey is the most restricted state in the land aka in the United States with more rules, regulation and restrictions you must know and understand not only to get your license but to stay out of trouble and know and understand how not to violate someone's rights or the law. Some things that may be legal in other states are not in New Jersey.

We get people who are licensed real estate agents in other states come to take our classes all the time due in part because we offer those already with licenses in other states to take the course with us at deep discounts, it's great for a refresher, test prep and of course an introduction to the maze of New Jersey laws.

Go to our class calendar page to see our class schedules and fill out the enrollment form there to join one of our salesperson licensing classes.

Comments