Hello, my name is Paula Stone, I am your student support specialist and I am here to help you. Please don’t hesitate to call, text, or email me and I will arrange to walk you through the entire process of getting your real estate license. 850-557-7991

One thing you will need to decide on is whether you want to take an online course or a classroom course. On the top menu bar of our website, click on courses. Then choose between a classroom or an online course. If you are interested in our live streaming classes, please view our livestreaming classroom schedule, and for our live classroom classes please view our live classroom course schedule.

For Online Students

  • Narration is available in our online courses for those who prefer to listen instead of doing all the reading.
  • Smart Text is another new feature that highlights the subject matter as you progress through the course for your final course exam.
    •  The course is not timed so you can progress at your own pace.  Both courses are active for 6 months.  Extensions are available if needed.

Applying for A License

Applying for A License (You must get your fingerprints and submit an application with the state to be approved to take the state exam and also have your course completion certificate in hand. You must get your fingerprints done through an approved vendor and submit an application to the (DBPR) Department of Business and Professional Regulations to be approved before you can take your state exam.

You can apply with the DBPR before you take the pre-license course, while you are taking it, or after you take it. The course is not required at the time you submit your application. Your application and fingerprints are for the purpose of doing a background check.  Once you get your approval back from the state, it is good for 2 years. Your course completion certificate is also good for 2 years. As long as both are valid, you can take the state exam as many times as you need to within that time. There is no waiting period between testing for the state exam.

Once you do your fingerprints and submit your application to the state, it takes a couple of weeks to get your approval back. A letter will be sent to your email from Pearson Vue containing your Candidate ID number, referred to as your (FLREAPP number). You must have that number before you can make your appointment to take the state exam.

Application Requirements