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Arti Academics offers free real estate classes for the state of Nevada. Current agents that are looking to stay up to date on their real estate license can take our continuing education classes. Our pre-licensing class in now available for individuals in Nevada looking to get their real estate license.

FAQ on Nevada Real Estate School

The fee to apply for a Nevada real estate license is $140. This doesn’t include the cost of pre-licensing education, the real estate exam fee, or fingerprinting. The cost of real estate school in Nevada varies but can most often be found for around $300-400. However, through Arti Academics, you can complete real estate school in Nevada free of charge! Lastly, the real estate exam fee is $100, and fingerprinting is $40.25, bringing the total average cost for a real estate license in Nevada to approximately $580-680. If you use ARTI Academics it cost the amount of the exam fee and fingerprinting.

The process of becoming a licensed real estate agent in the state of Nevada can vary, but generally takes around 3-4 months. This timeline includes completing your 120 hours of pre-licensing education, passing the real estate exam, fingerprinting, and submitting your real estate license application.

The cost of real estate classes in Nevada varies, but the average cost of pre-licensing education from an approved real estate school is around $300-400. You can also enroll in classes through Arti Academics, which is an approved real estate school in Nevada, at no cost.

You can complete all your pre-licensing coursework through an online real estate school in Nevada. You will just want to be sure that the online real estate school you choose is approved by the Nevada Real Estate Division.

There are multiple steps and requirements to become a real estate agent in the state of Nevada. These requirements include that all aspiring real estate sales agents must:

  • Be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma (or its equivalent)
  • Obtain a fingerprint card from the Department of Safety
  • Be a US citizen or have proof of eligibility to work in the US
  • Complete 120-hours of pre-licensing education from an accredited real estate school in Nevada (see the 120-hour requirement breakdown on the Nevada Real Estate Division website)
  • Pass the state and national real estate exam within a year of completing your pre-licensing education
  • Apply for a Nevada real estate license

You can also review Form 501 and Form 549 for more detailed licensing information on the Nevada Real Estate Division website.

You can retake the Nevada Real Estate Salesperson Exam as many times as needed within a 12-month period. Just keep in mind that you will still need to pay the $100 exam fee each time you retake the exam.

The Nevada Real Estate Salesperson Exam is made up of a total of 120 questions. It is broken down into two sections, a national and a state section. The national section has 80 multiple-choice questions and the state section has 40 multiple-choice questions. You must receive a 75% or higher on both sections in order to pass the exam.

Getting Your Real Estate License- Nevada

Ready to get your feet wet in the world of real estate? Here at Arti Academics, we can help you get the ball rolling and right on your way to becoming a licensed real estate agent in Nevada! In order to sell real estate in the state of Nevada, you must take the right steps to ensure you have a valid real estate license. The first step is to take an accredited pre-licensing course from a school approved by the Nevada Real Estate Division. One of the best parts about Arti Academics is that our pre-licensing course is completely free and will make sure you are fully prepared for the real estate exam!

Why Become a Licensed Real Estate Agent?

There are many reasons to get your real estate license, but the most common reason is to help others in their real estate buying and selling journey! This allows you to earn a commission by selling or renting properties. Plus, it provides limitless earning potential based on how hard you work and the number of clients you work with. Additional benefits include setting your own schedule, being your own boss, and having the ability to work from anywhere!

Steps for Getting Your Nevada Real Estate License

Now that you know a bit more of the WHY you should get your real estate license, let’s move on to the HOW. First and foremost, it’s important to look at the big picture of getting your real estate license. You don’t want to jump in too early or unprepared. After all, getting your license is a process! According to the Nevada Real Estate Division, these are the requirements you’ll need to complete before you can get your real estate license in Nevada:

  1. Show proof that you have completed the required 120 hours of pre-licensing education from an approved school.
  2. Take and pass both the state and national portions of the real estate exam- must be completed in the last 12 months to be considered valid.
  3. Get fingerprinted for a background check and pay the $40.25 fingerprinting fee.
  4. Fill out the real estate license application form, Form 549, which can be found on the Real Estate Division’s website. You must be at least 18 years of age or older to apply.
  5. Pay the $140 real estate licensing fee.

This is a general overview of the Nevada real estate license requirements for a real estate salesperson. However, you can also find all of the required forms and more detailed information on the Nevada Real Estate Division’s website.

What Exactly is a Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course?

Completing a pre-licensing course is the first educational step to becoming a licensed real estate agent. The course is made up of a variety of real estate-related classes to meet state and national real estate requirements. Throughout the course, real estate students will cover important topics such as property management, real estate law, real estate finance, contracts, ethics, and much more.

During your search for a school that fits you best, whether it be in-person or online, you’ll want to make sure that the school and pre-licensing course are approved and certified by your state. You can find this information by checking with your state’s Division of Real Estate. You surely don’t want to overlook this step, since your time and education won’t count if it’s not from an approved source. Be sure to select your state based on where you plan to put your license into practice.

 

Pre-Licensing Education Requirements for Nevada

As mentioned previously, the state of Nevada requires 120 hours of pre-licensing education to become a real estate agent (updated as of October 1, 2021). These hours are broken down into more specific categories as well.

  1. 45 hours or 3 college credits on Real Estate Principles.
  2. 45 hours or 3 college credits on Real Estate Law- must include 18 hours of Nevada law.
  3. 15 hours or 1 college credit in contracts in real estate transactions.
  4. 15 hours or 1 college credit in agency- must include 3 hours of the foundation of the relationship between broker and agents, along with 3 hours of risk reduction.

If you’re a licensed out-of-state applicant, you won’t be required to complete the last two courses.

Real Estate Exam Requirements

Once you’ve completed your pre-licensing education hours, you will be prepared to take the real estate salesperson licensing exam. The exam is split into two different sections, a national and a state portion. The national portion covers general principles of real estate while the state portion is designed to test your knowledge of Nevada-specific laws. The national portion will cover topics including property ownership, contracts, general principles of agency, financing, leasing, property management, and the practice of real estate. The state portion of the exam will ask questions about Nevada-specific forms and contracts, statutory and regulatory requirements, licensing requirements, and the Nevada Real Estate Commission.

The cost required to take the Nevada Real Estate Salesperson Exam is $100. You will also need a 75% on both the national and state sections to pass the exam. Your exam results are only valid for one year after receiving a passing score, so be sure to get fingerprinted and apply for your license before time runs out!

Enrolling in the Nevada Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course from Arti Academics

You’re now one step closer to becoming a licensed real estate agent in Nevada! The process of getting your real estate license in Nevada may seem daunting, but we’re here to help. At Arti Academics, we offer an accredited online pre-licensing course that consists of 120 hours of real estate education. Our real estate pre-licensing course is flexible and affordable. In fact, it’s completely free! So you can complete the education on any budget, on any timeline, and from the comfort of your own home. Enrolling is simple- as easy as the click of a button! Are you ready to get your Nevada real estate license?