Interested in Getting Your Alabama Real Estate License?
For information on the requirements of licensure in Alabama, see this summary article. Alabama licensure requires certain prerequisite courses in order to qualify to sit for the licensure examination, whether at the salesperson, broker, or reciprocal license levels. These courses are a requirement for anyone wishing to apply for an Alabama license.
Martin & Fellows Real Estate School is now located in a new facility at 1759 Eastern Boulevard, Montgomery, AL 36117, has room for up to 18 students in its new classroom, and schedules classroom classes for:
- People who want to take the required 60-hour course and prepare to sit for the Alabama Real Estate Sales License exam to be able to apply for a real estate salesperson's license.
- Successful examinees holding a "temporary license" and needing to take the required 30-hour Sales Post-License course and exam to be eligible to apply for a"permanent" license.
- Salespersons who have held an active sales license for at least two years and who need to take the required 60-hour broker course to be eligible to sit for the Alabama Real Estate Broker License exam.
- Licensees from other states who need 6 required hours of training in Alabama Law to apply for a Reciprocal License in Alabama.
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