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Illinois Real Estate Broker Online Courses & Packages
Our 75-hour self-paced online course gives you everything you need to get started on the path of real estate success. You’ll have immediate access to your 75-hour Broker Pre-License Topics online course where you’ll study at your own pace.
To complete the 75-hour online course, you’ll need to complete a proctored final exam. You have the choice to take the proctored exam online OR in-person at an approved location.
IMPORTANT!! To complete your full 90 hour pre-licensing requirement, you’ll need to attend the 15 hour Broker Pre-license Applied Real Estate Principles - Interactive classroom course. Please check the Illinois Association of REALTORS® website for more information at www.illinoisrealtor.org.
Online Proctored Exam – Do you want to take your exam at your home or office, morning, noon or night? Anywhere Online Proctoring is NOW available! It is easy to use and a convenient alternative to on-site proctoring. You must have a webcam and high speed internet connection to use this service. Click here to see the minimum requirements.
On-Site Proctored Exam - you will need to schedule an appointment to come in and take the exam at one of our many locations throughout the state. See Proctored Exam Instructions for more information.
- Approved: Recognized and accepted by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
- Flexible: Convenient online and self-study courses that you take at your own pace and can stop and start whenever you want
- Supported: Courses are easy to take, but we are available to help you if you need it
- Instructive: Topics are timely and focus on recurring issues in the real estate business