How to Become a Real Estate Agent in Oklahoma

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Getting into the real estate market is a great way to make money and be your own boss. Real estate agents enjoy a high level of freedom at work, and are generally great at working with people. Each state has different requirements, and if you think that you would be a good real estate agent, you'll need to complete various degrees of training and licensure to be able to legally practice in Oklahoma. With some hard work and training, you could begin your dream job as a real estate agent in Oklahoma.

Complete 45 hours of Part 1 of real estate education. This education must be completed with a licensed real estate school.

Take and pass a Provisional Sales Associate exam with at least a 50 percent grade. A PSA is legally allowed to work as an assistant to a licensed real estate agent. A PSA may not enter into any contracts in buying or selling homes.

Complete 45 hours of Part 2 of real estate education as a PSA within one year of receiving a PSA license.

Submit a Sales Associate application to the state to have the provisions removed from the license once the second phase of education has been completed. Application approvals are contingent upon a passing grade on a Part 2 real estate exam, and the application costs $60.

Complete at least 12 hours of additional instruction within three years of receiving your Sales Associate (Real Estate Agent) license to keep it current and valid.