We are an Idaho real estate school offering real estate licensing courses online. Read through the below to know what you need to be successful in getting an Idaho Real Estate License Online, or in person.
Register through Pearson Vue here
Students must pass each exam with a 70% or better score (so significant study outside of class is a must)
On the day of the exam, you will need to be prepared to show 2 forms of current signature bearing identification, one of which must have a government issued photograph such as a driver’s license, passport or State ID
Account setup link here
Idaho Salesperson Application link here
There is a $160 license fee payable by check or credit card authorization form (link to form here)
You can get fingerprinted on the day of the State & National Exam, or after as well, but they must clear before you can send in your application.
Fingerprints can take anywhere from 1-12 weeks for processing. Electronic fingerprints process fastest.
Fill out application form
Provide a copy of high school diploma or equivalency certificate. The Commission also accepts a college or university diploma, or a copy of an official high school transcript showing a graduation date, or a copy of an official college transcript showing enrollment in an accredited degree program.
Have completed your Salesperson Prelicense education (Modules 1 & 2) within the previous 3 years
Had fingerprints approved within the last 6 months
Passed the license exams within the previous 12 months
Write a check or fill out credit card authorization form (link above)
Copy of document showing legal presence in U.S.
Drivers License or
Valid Passport or Visa
Mail or E-Mail in your application
Current Mailing Address
Idaho Real Estate Commission
Salesperson License Application
PO Box 83720
Boise, Idaho 83720-0063
Office: (208) 334-3285
What level of new agent training & on-going education support they provide or reimburse
The brokerage culture (professional, family like, highly independent etc)
Brokerage size and reputation in market
Commission Split, Fees & Expenses
Often done through the brokerage you will be working with, but required before your license goes from ‘inactive’ to ‘active’ status