Indiana is home to many rivers, plains, forests, lakes, and farmland. You can experience all four seasons each year as well – enjoy the sun in summer, and build a snowman in winter. With such diversity, it’s pretty clear why so many people are proud to call Indiana home. And when you get your Indiana real estate license, you can help your clients call it home, too.
While real estate license requirements vary by state, the overall process is similar. Find all the information you need below to get your Indiana real estate license online.
Steps to Becoming a Real Estate Agent in Indiana
- Pass a 90-hour pre-licensing Broker course.
- Pass the Indiana State Licensing Exam.
- Send in your application to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.
Basic Indiana Real Estate License Requirements
You must be 18 years of age or older in order to become an Indiana real estate agent. You must also have a high school diploma or GED.
How Do I Apply for My Indiana Real Estate License?
Your first step is to complete the 90-hour Indiana pre-licensing course. Once you have completed the course, you have one year to pass the Indiana real estate exam. And once you pass the exam, you have one year in order to apply for your Indiana real estate broker license.
You can find the Real Estate Broker application here. There is a $60 application fee.
You must submit the $60 fee, broker application, 90-hour pre-license course certificate, and score sheet from PSI.
What Can I Expect During the Indiana Licensing Exam?
You are required to bring your certificate from the 90-hour pre-licensing course to the exam as proof of completion.
The Indiana real estate exam is divided into two portions: national and state-specific. The national portion contains 75 questions, and you will need 75% to pass. You will have 150 minutes to complete the national portion. The state portion contains 50 questions, and you will need a 75% to pass. You will have 90 minutes to complete the state portion.
You will receive your score report after the exam, which includes instructions for submitting your broker application.
How Do I Schedule My Real Estate Exam?
You can take the Indiana real estate licensing exam by registering with the state testing facility PSI. The Indiana exam fee is $53.
Are You Approved by Indiana to Offer Pre-Licensing Education?
PDH Academy is approved by the Indiana Real Estate Commission to offer the 90-hour Pre-License Broker Course. You can view our approval letter here. You can also view Indiana’s approved provider list for the 90 Hour Pre-Licensing Course here. Visit our website at www.pdhrealestate.com to get started today!
To learn more, read our blog, “How to Get Your Real Estate License in Indiana”.
Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
Address: 402 W. Washington Street, Room W072, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone number: 317-234-3009
Address: 3210 East Tropicana, Las Vegas, NV 89121
How much money does a Real Estate Agent make in Indiana?
A Real Estate Agent in Indiana earns an average salary of $41,524 per year.
When do I have to complete the state exam?
You have 12 months to pass the state exam after completing the pre-licensing course.
How do I register for the exam?
Registration for the exam can be done with the exam provider PSI. You can register at www.psiexams.com.
What are some of the key attributes of a Real Estate Agent?
- Honesty and integrity
- Knowledge of purchase process
- Knowledge of real estate market
- Communication skills
- Negotiation skills
- Attention to detail
- Energy and drive
Indiana Real Estate License Continuing Education Requirements
In Indiana, you also need 12 hours of continuing education each year by June 30 to maintain your real estate broker license. Licenses are renewed every three years, and you must have proof of completing 36 hours of continuing education (12 hours each year for three years).
PDH Academy’s Renewal Bundle will meet the 12-hour education requirements for Indiana real estate brokers and managing brokers this year. Visit our website to enroll today!
For more information on renewing your Indiana real estate license, please visit the Indiana Real Estate Commission’s website at https://www.in.gov/pla/3163.htm.