To get a provisional sales associate real estate license in Oklahoma, you need to be at least 18 years of age, be of good moral character, provide evidence of citizenship or qualified alien status, and will need to complete the following steps:
- Complete a 90-hour Basic I Pre-License course.
Real estate license applicants will need to complete an approved 90-hour real estate pre-license course. Barnes Real Estate School offers a 90-hour Basic I Pre-License course in Oklahoma that’s available online.
- Submit your application to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission (OREC).
Applicants will need to complete and submit the real estate license application to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission.
- Submit your fingerprints for your background check.
Schedule an appointment with IdentoGO to process your fingerprints electronically. IdentoGO will collect the $60 fee associated with the background check.
- Pass the state exam.
Schedule your exam with PSI. The exam fee is $60, and a score of 75% or better is needed to pass the exam.
- Pay your license fee to the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission (OREC).
Complete and submit the form Request for Issuance of an Active Provisional Sales Associate or Sales Associate License, along with the license fee of $75 to the OREC.
For more detailed instructions on how to receive a real estate license, visit the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission’s website.
Provisional Sales Associate License
In Oklahoma, real estate licensees start with a provisional sales associate license. Licensee must be associated with a real estate broker for the license to be active.
Oklahoma §858-102 (5) states that a provisional sales associate license is valid for one year, and “… shall be nonrenewable unless the postlicensing requirement is satisfied prior to the expiration date of the license.” Provisional sales associates are required to complete a 45-hour Basic II Post-License course within the first year license term in order to “renew” as a sales associate.
- License valid for one-year.
- License fee is $75
- 45-hour Basic II Post-License course required within the one-year license term.