Nevada has several license types:
If you are new to the real estate industry and looking to get started as a real estate agent, then you need to get a "real estate salesperson" license.
To get a real estate salesperson license in Nevada, applicants must:
More information on the application process can be found on the Nevada Real Estate Division's website.
Non-Nevada residents looking to get a Nevada real estate salesperson license may have the pre-license education requirement waived if they have an active real estate license in any of the following states: Arizona, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, Washington, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, South Carolina, Utah, West Virginia.
A Nevada real estate salesperson must complete a 90-hour pre-license training course approved by the Nevada Real Estate Division.
OnlineEd's salesperson license training package contains everything that you need to complete your training online:
Applicants who complete the Nevada real estate license training will be given a course completion certificate as evidence of completing the education requirement.
The testing provider for the Nevada real estate salesperson licensing exam is Pearson VUE. After the training has been completed, a licensee candidate will need to schedule, pay for, and pass two exams through Pearson VUE: a national exam and a Nevada state exam. A candidate will receive a proof of passing certificate that will need to be included with the salesperson license application.
Every candidate for a real estate license must submit their fingerprints to the Nevada Real Estate Division. This can be done by either having a law enforcement division create a paper fingerprint card or by having the prints taken through a LIVESCAN provider. The Nevada Real Estate Division has a list of authorized vendors where a candidate can have the fingerprints collected. Pearson Vue can collect fingerprints after successfully passing the licensing exam.
License applicants will need to complete and then mail Form 549 - Real Estate License Checklist and Application to the division or deliver it in-person at the main office in Las Vegas.
Our program has been reviewed, approved, and authorized for real estate license training by the Nevada Real Estate Division. Our online real estate salesperson pre-license course is authored in-house by experienced brokers and industry professionals.
We write our pre-license courses ourselves. Because of this, we save on overhead licensing costs and can pass those savings on to you!
Complete courses on the go using your tablet or smart phone. You can take your Nevada real estate license course using any internet-connected device including your computer, smartphone, or tablet. The site adapts to devices of all sizes and does not rely on proprietary apps or software plugins. The course is entirely web-based. The OnlineEd system is compatible with all current web browsers and operating systems including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
Our pre-license courses are mastery-based, so you can work at your own pace. Some students may take more or less time than each course is rated for. Course access is available for one year from the day of enrollment. Extensions can be made available on request.
Have someone available to answer your questions throughout the course. Self-paced learning is great, but where can you turn when you have a question? With a personal instructor, just pick up the phone or send a quick email and get a friendly response.
Upon enrollment, you will be assigned a Nevada course instructor. You can contact your instructor if you need assistance understanding the material, have questions, or need help getting through the course. In addition, the instructor will review and (if necessary) comment on each quiz and final exam to assist you in understanding course concepts better.
No waiting for anything in the mail. After you finish a course, you will be able to print your own certificate that has everything needed to verify completion with the Nevada Real Estate Division and schedule your real estate licensing exam.
Points to remember and sample questions to assist you in preparing for the Nevada real estate exam. Includes a summary of points in each chapter that are necessary for passing the state exam and sample questions that are organized by topic. These questions are very similar to those that may appear on the Nevada real estate exam. A good working knowledge of these materials can be essential in getting your Nevada salesperson license.
Students that complete the exam prep course are much more likely to pass the state exam.
The first thing you need to get a Nevada real estate salesperson license is the necessary pre-license education. Shop for an education package that's right for you.