Michigan boasts over 3,000 miles of shoreline, over 11,000 inland lakes, access to 4 of the Great Lakes, and millions of acres of forest. With over 40 percent of the state covered in water, it’s an easy choice for the water sports enthusiast.
Start your career today as a Michigan Real Estate Agent, and show your clients why it’s the best place to live all year round.
While real estate license requirements vary by state, the overall process is similar. Find all the information you need below to get your Michigan real estate license online.
How to Become a Real Estate Agent in Michigan
Step One: Complete a 40-hour pre-license course
Step Two: Pass the state exam
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Basic Michigan Real Estate License Requirements
To become a real estate agent in Michigan, the following requirements must be met:
- Must be at least 18 years old
- Must have a high school diploma or GED
How Do I Apply for My Michigan Real Estate License?
Your first step is to complete the Michigan 40-hour pre-licensing course. You can apply for your license within 36 months of completing the 40-hour pre-license course. You can apply online at www.michigan.gov/miplus. The application fee is $88.
After you have applied for your license, you can register to take the Michigan real estate exam.
How Do I Schedule My Exam?
To schedule your exam, visit the PSI website at www.psiexams.com. The exam fee is $79.
What Can I Expect During the Michigan Licensing Exam?
The Michigan Real Estate exam contains 115 questions, and you will need a 70% in order to pass. You will have 180 minutes to complete the exam. You will also receive your score report immediately upon completing the exam.