Pre-Licensing

Beginning Your Real Estate Career: Becoming a Real Estate Broker

 
Interested in starting your career in Real Estate? Mainstreet offers Broker Pre-Licensing Courses to help you obtain your Real Estate License. In order to become a Broker, ninety hours of coursework is required. There are several other career paths you can choose in the field of real estate.
 
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Broker Post-Licensing Education

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Becoming a Managing Broker 

 
Already have your Broker's License and interested in managing your own office? Mainstreet also offers Pre-Licensing Courses to help you obtain your  Managing Broker license. In order to become a Managing Broker, an additional 45 hours of coursework is required. The coursework can be completed by self-study, online, or in the classroom.
 
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Becoming a Leasing Agent 

 

Interested in working with a property management company as a Leasing Agent?  

 
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​​ License Reciprocity

 
Interested in obtaining a second license to practice real estate in another state?  The state of Illinois has license reciprocity agreements with 9 other states.
 
 
If you are currently licensed in one of these states, you may obtain a reciprocal license by taking and passing the state portion of the Illinois exam. This exam is administered by Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP).  For licensing questions, you may contact the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation at 800.560.6420​ or e-mail FPR.RealEstate@Illinois.gov.
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