State of Michigan Approved Training Provider #372

How do I become a real

estate salesperson?

In Michigan, to become a licensed real estate salesperson, the applicant first needs to take a forty hour real estate course.  This course can be taken as a homestudy, online or as in class instruction. After successfully completing the real estate training fundamentals course, the applicant must then take the Michigan state salespersons licensing exam, administered by PSI Exams, with a passing score of seventy percent or better. In Michigan, it is required that the license of a real estate salesperson be connected to an employing broker thatthe salesperson has chosen to work with.   

What does the course

cover?

Each of our courses cover the following fundamentals, which are on the state licensing exam, that will ensure you have the ability to successfully pass the Michigan real estate salesperson exam. The courses cover contracts, property ownership, liens and community ownership, property description and title, leasing land and use, and taxation. Pricing property, introduction to finance, real estate math, and loans are other topics are also covered.  This course also includes the required license law and rules as well as agency, fair housing, and ADA plus additional state specific topics including licensing and statutory requirements.

I have completed the

course, what is next?

After completing the forty hour Michigan real estate salesperson course, your next step is to apply for licensure through the State of Michigan. Upon review and approval of your application, the state will then mail you a MIRE number.  This number is your permission to test.  You will then provide this number to PSI Exams in order to schedule your salespersons licensing exam. Once you take and pass this exam, PSI Exams will report your passing results to the state.  At that time the state will then issue your Michigan real estate salespersons license to the employing broker that you are working with and have indicated as such on your application.
Classroom Training Classroom Training Online Training Online Training
State of Michigan Approved Training Provider #372
Classroom Training Classroom Training Online Training Online Training
State of Michigan Approved Training Provider #372

How do I become a real estate

salesperson?

In Michigan, to become a licensed real estate salesperson, the applicant first needs to take a forty hour real estate course.  This course can be taken as a homestudy, online or as in class instruction. After successfully completing the real estate training fundamentals course, the applicant must then take the Michigan state salespersons licensing exam, administered by PSI Exams, with a passing score of seventy percent or better. In Michigan, it is required that the license of a real estate salesperson be connected to an employing broker thatthe salesperson has chosen to work with.   

What does the course cover?

Each of our courses cover the following fundamentals, which are on the state licensing exam, that will ensure you have the ability to successfully pass the Michigan real estate salesperson exam. The courses cover contracts, property ownership, liens and community ownership, property description and title, leasing land and use, and taxation. Pricing property, introduction to finance, real estate math, and loans are other topics are also covered.  This course also includes the required license law and rules as well as agency, fair housing, and ADA plus additional state specific topics including licensing and statutory requirements.

I have completed the course,

what is next?

After completing the forty hour Michigan real estate salesperson course, your next step is to apply for licensure through the State of Michigan. Upon review and approval of your application, the state will then mail you a MIRE number.  This number is your permission to test.  You will then provide this number to PSI Exams in order to schedule your salespersons licensing exam. Once you take and pass this exam, PSI Exams will report your passing results to the state.  At that time the state will then issue your Michigan real estate salespersons license to the employing broker that you are working with and have indicated as such on your application.
Classroom Training Classroom Training Online Training Online Training