Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state, with over one million surface acres of water. And in the southern half of the state you will also find four mountain ranges: Ouachita, Arbuckle, Wichita and Kiamichi. But if the scenery isn’t enough, you’ll also find some incredible southern food.
By getting your Oklahoma real estate license, you can expose your clients to all that the “Sooner State” has to offer.
While real estate license requirements vary by state, the overall process is similar. Find all the information you need below to get your Oklahoma real estate license online.
Steps to Becoming a Real Estate Agent in Oklahoma
- Complete a 90-hour course
- Pass the state exam
Basic Oklahoma Real Estate License Requirements
You must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, and be of good moral character to apply for an Oklahoma real estate license.
How Do I Apply for My Oklahoma Real Estate License?
What you need:
- License application
- Background check
- Proof of citizenship
- Evidence of citizenship
- Certificate of completion
- Passport photo
To apply for a Provisional Sales Associate (PSA) license, you must submit evidence to the Commission that you have completed a 90-hour basic real estate course. A PSA is an entry level licensee under the supervision of a real estate broker. All education must be completed within 36 months prior to application.
A background check is required for a license application. You can schedule an appointment to provide your fingerprints through IdentoGO with the required $60 fee.
The Real Estate Commission must receive all completed documents, including the application, completed finger print card, passport photo, proof of citizenship, evidence of citizenship, and proof of education. The application fee is $75 for a Provisional Sales Associate license.
The Real Estate Commission needs to receive the real estate license application before you can register for the exam. When the Commission receives the appropriate documents, they will check the application to ensure it is complete. Once approved, the Commission will notify both you and PSI of the approval, and then you can schedule your exam.
Once you pass the state exam and obtain your PSA license, you must complete a 45-hour post-license course within the first year of obtaining your license. Once you have provided the Commission with proof of completing a post-licensing course and your application form and $165 fee, you will be issued a Sales Associate (SA) license.
How Do I Schedule My Exam?
The Oklahoma Real Estate exam can be scheduled with PSI 5. The $60 fee for the Sales Person exam can be paid online during registration.
What Can I Expect During the Oklahoma Licensing Exam?
The Salesperson exam has 130 questions combined between the national and state-specific portions, and you must correctly answer 98 questions (75%) to pass. You will have 3 hours to complete the exam.
PDH Academy is approved by the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission to offer the 90-hour Real Estate Pre-License Course required to obtain a license. Click here to view our approval letter. Visit our website at www.pdhrealestate.com to get started today!
Questions about your license application or licensure requirements should be directed to:
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Address: 1915 North Stiles Avenue, Suite 200, Oklahoma City, OK 73105
For exam registration information, you may contact:
Address: 3210 E. Tropicana, Las Vegas, NV 89121
How much money does a Real Estate Agent make in Oklahoma?
A Real Estate Agent in Oklahoma earns an average salary of $39,951 per year.
How do I register for the state exam?
Registration for the state exam can be done with the exam provider, PSI. You can register at www.psiexams.com.