Applying for a Texas Real Estate License
Many professions require that one is legally licensed before he or she can be gainfully employed in that field. While many people know that meeting the requirements to be licensed as a medical or legal professional are rigorous, most are less aware of how time consuming and potentially difficult the process of obtaining a real estate license can be. There are many requirements and steps that a person must meet before being able to work as a real estate agent in Texas.
At the Leichter Law Firm, our Texas real estate license application attorneys know the many ins and outs of applying for your license. Contact us at 512-495-9995 to speak with a lawyer who can give you the answers and support you need as a future real estate professional.
The process of applying for your real estate license is not short and requires a good amount of time, effort, and knowledge. Knowing the steps and stipulations necessary to being granted a license from the very beginning can give you a clear path and prevent the process from becoming unnecessarily complicated. In order to get your real estate license, you need to follow the following steps:
- Take the required courses
- Pass a background check and prove you haven’t been convicted of any major crimes
- Be fingerprinted
- Pass the real estate exam
- Submit a “Salesperson Sponsorship Form” with a sponsoring real estate broker or firm
Missing one of these steps or not completing it correctly can be very detrimental to getting a real estate license.
Our qualified and extremely knowledgeable Texas real estate license application lawyers at the Leichter Law Firm work diligently to make sure your application will be processed efficiently and be approved so that you can start working as soon as possible. Contact us by calling 512-495-9995 today.