New classes starting Monday, October 18th
WE’VE BROKEN DOWN THE COSTS FOR STARTING YOUR REAL ESTATE CAREER IN NEW JERSEY! Many of our new students, or those simply inquiring about a career in real estate, ask us how much it might cost them from the moment they begin their journey, to the moment they list their first home. Below, we’ve broken down the costs, s
To qualify for the NJ Real Estate Salesperson's license, an applicant must complete a 75-hour prelicensure course.
The cost can vary, typically between
$250.00 - $400.00
Pre-Licensing school is essential in teaching new agents the basics of real estate sales and law. There is a lot to know and understand in the real estate world—and laws vary by state.
License candidates now have the option to take real estate salesperson license examinations remotely or in person at one of the PSI Exams testing centers.
The total cost for this process is $45.00
In order to receive your license, you must complete a fingerprinting process and consent to a criminal history check. All applicants must pay the criminal history record check fee directly to IdentoGo.
The total cost for this process is $66.05.
Here is where you will execute your Independent Contractor Agreement with your broker to activate your license. There are many fees associated with this step, below is an overview of the most common:
In order for a realtor to make a mark on their industry, they must commit to constantly and professionally marketing themselves. Having said this, most new agents should expect to cover their own personal marketing costs. This could range from business cards, personal website upgrades, promotional materials, social media advertisements, lead generation and much more.
The cost for this process can vary widely, a fair estimate of moderate expenses are typically between $250.00 - $500.00.