Kansas Salesperson’s License Requirements for Out of State Salespeople

The steps required for an out of state Salesperson to apply for a Kansas Salesperson’s license from the Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC) are:

1.  Complete the Practice Course$160
2.  Complete the Kansas Law Course. (not required but highly recommended) $70
3.  Pass the State Licensing Exam at a Pearson VUE Test Center near you. $82
4.  Complete a fingerprint Background Check$60
5. Submit License Application. $140

1. Complete the 30-hour online Practice Course
Course materials are available in an online format.
Review course materials at your own pace.
Complete the online course exam with a score of 90% or greater.
Download and print your certificate upon successful completion of the exam.
A copy of the Practice Course certificate must be sent to KREC as part of your application.
This certificate is valid for six months.

2. Complete the Kansas Law Course (not required but highly recommended – helpful to pass the exam.) 
Purchase the course book that will be mailed to you.
Complete the online course exam with a score of 90% or greater.
*NOTE – You will not be registering for a class you will be purchasing a product.


3. Pass the
State Portion of the Licensing Exam.
The Pearson VUE Kansas Real Estate Candidate Handbook contains the Client Exam Waiver for the general portion, scheduling for the State portion of the Licensing Exam (ReKS-Sales: KS Sales), and exam procedures. 
You must pass the State Exam within 6 months of the date on your Practice Course certificate.

  • Make an appointment with Pearson VUE to take the State portion of the Licensing Exam.
  • Pass the timed and closed-book exam on the State portion with a passing score of 70%.
  • When you pass the State portion of the exam, a score report will be issued for that portion of the exam.
  • The State Licensing Exam score report is valid for six months. If the license application process is not completed within this six-month time frame you will need to begin the process again.

4. Submit to a KBI/FBI Criminal Background Check.
A fingerprint/background kit is included with the Kansas Law Course, Pearson VUE testing centers have kits available when you take the exam, or you may request a kit from KREC.
Your background check is valid for six months.

 

5. Submit License Application to the Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC). 
Include a Nonresident Form, if applicable. 

 

Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC) Requirements for a Kansas real estate license

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