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Get your Alabama Real Estate License in 2 easy steps!
1 Successfully complete an approved 60-hour pre-license course
2 Pass the state required exam
PDH’s 60-hour Alabama Real Estate License Course helps you lay a solid foundation to start your real estate career. The course covers topics like contract law, listing agreements, real estate finance, closings, Alabama laws, and much more. The course will also prepare you for your state exam. You must complete an approved 60-hour course in order to sit for the state exam.
The Alabama Exam Prep Course will provide additional preparation for your Alabama real estate exam by providing you with over 800 practice questions, including 15 practice quizzes and a simulated final exam. This isn’t required as part of the 60 hours of pre-licensing, but we highly recommend you utilize this course to prepare for your Alabama state exam.
We also include our Mold, Radon and Home Inspection courses for Real Estate Salespersons. As a real estate professional, you will no doubt run into issues in all 3 of these areas when assisting your clients. These courses will give you a head start in your new real estate career.
You can enroll in each of the courses separately as well.
60-Hour Pre-License Course
Over 800 Practice Questions
15 Practice Quizzes
Simulated Final Exam
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Our instructors love what they do and are excited to share their knowledge and their real-world experience with you.
Our team stays on top of state real estate regulations so you are always getting the most accurate information.
The course has gone through Alabama’s rigorous approval process so you can be sure you’re in good hands.
Be better prepared and less anxious for the state exam, because you’ve already know what the test will be like.
We know exams can be tough and we want you to be confident knowing that we’re here from lessons to license.
The course is 100% self-paced, meaning you can move through it as quickly or as slowly as you need to.
Learning is a lifelong process. You can go back and reference our course material at any time in the future.
Our industry-leading instructors are here to help with their years of real-world experience and expertise.
I. The Real Estate Business
III. Interests & Estates
V. Encumbrances & Liens
VI. Transferring & Recording Title
VII. Real Estate Leases
VIII. Land Use Planning & Control
IX. Legal Descriptions
X. Real Estate Contract Law
XII. Listing Agreements
XIII. The Brokerage Business
XIV. Contracts for the Sale of Real Estate
XV. Real Estate Market Economics
XVI. Appraising & Estimating Value
XVII. Real Estate Finance
XVIII. Real Estate Investment
XIX. Real Estate Taxation
XX. Ethics: Laws & Practices
XXII. Real Estate Licensing & Regulation
XXIII. Risk Management
XXIV. Property Management
XXV. Alabama Regulatory Environment
XXVI. Alabama Licensing Regulation
XXVII. Alabama Brokerage Regulation
XXVIII. Alabama Agency
XXIX. Alabama License Law Violations
I just wanted to thank PDH for such a thorough course. When I went to take my exam for the state license, there were 3 others taking it as well. They were on their 3rd, 4th, and 7th attempt respectively. They talked about how their courses didn’t seem to cover what they saw on the final. I passed first time with an 83, and the question styles were not much different then the questions on your prep exams. I felt fully ready and I obviously was. Thanks again, it is much appreciated.
You can apply for your Alabama real estate salesperson’s license after completing the 60 hour Real Estate Pre License Course and passing the state licensing exam. You must take your state salesperson exam within 6 months of completing the 60 hour Real Estate Pre License Course. The Application for a Temporary Salesperson’s License must be submitted to the Commission within 90 days of passing the state license exam. You can read more about the application process on the Alabama Real Estate Commission’s website.
All students must complete their 60-Hour Pre License Course within 1 year from their start date.
All applicants for an Alabama Real Estate Salesperson license must fulfill the following requirements:
No. We only offer the real estate pre-licensing courses online. We do not offer any classroom pre-licensing courses to obtain your Alabama real estate license. We find that most students prefer to complete their education on their computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Yes, once you complete the course online you will be able to immediately print your certificate.
No. Our 60-hour real estate course does not have a timer. You just need to get through all of the sections at your own pace and pass the online final exam given at the end of the course. No worries, if you don’t pass the online final exam, you can retake it for free.
Yes. Your completed course will be reported to the Alabama Real Estate Commission.
No. You will send in your license application to the Alabama Real Estate Commission. The application will have all of the information on where you need to send your application. Here is a link to the Alabama Real Estate Commission’s website.
You have 365 days to complete your 60 Hour Pre License Course from the date that you start. You must take the state licensing exam within 6 months of passing the Pre License Course. Finally, you must submit your application to the Alabama Real Estate Commission within 90 days of passing the state exam.
Our Pass Guarantee is your assurance that if you do not pass your real estate licensing exam on your first attempt after completing our Exam Prep course, you will be reimbursed for the cost of your exam. See our policies for more information.
The 2 e-books included are Principles of Real Estate Practice and the Real Estate Math Handbook. Principles of Real Estate Practice is a modern learning tool for the student preparing to enter the real estate business as a licensed professional. It contains the essentials of real estate law, principles, and practices taught in real estate schools and colleges across the country, including all those fundamentals that real estate educators, practicing professionals, national testing services, and state licensing officials agree are necessary for basic competence. Principles of Real Estate Practice is tailored to the needs of the pre-license student. It is designed to: make it easy for students to learn the material; prepare students for numerous career applications; stress practical rather than theoretical, skills and knowledge. The Real Estate Math Handbook gives solutions to the most common math problems faced by real estate professionals.