Real Estate Education

75 Hour Salesperson: If you are new to Real Estate, you will first need to take a 75 hour salespersons course.  New York State Department of State requires all new Salespersons to take a 75 hour course prior to working as an agent. Addition requirements are 

--Pass a NYS Licensing Exam

--Be Sponsored by a Real Estate Broker

--18 years old

--A US Citizen, Permanent Resident, or have a Work authorization Card or Work Permit.--

--Never convicted of a felony or have an executive pardon, certificate of good conduct or certificate of relief of disabilities (call LISORE for more information).

30 Hour Remedial (Gap or Supplemental) Course:The 30 Hour Remedial Course is for those who originally passed a 45-hour Salesperson and need to take an additional 30 hours to satisfy the 75 hour requirement to become a Salesperson or a Broker.

Continuing Education:  Lisore offers 22.5 Hours of Continuing Education for Salespersons and Brokers in a classroom setting and online.  Lisore also offers the quadrennial NAR ethics course in a classroom.

45 Hour Brokers Course:  Course for an individual who wishes to run their own Real Estate office or someone who wishes to run a branch office ( Associate Broker).  You will need the following qualifications:

-- 2 years experience and a Real Estate Agent   -OR-

   3 years equivilent Experience  outside a Real Estate Agency  -OR-

   a combination of both

-- Sufficient experience in the field-see chart on Broker's Application.

--Never convicted of a felony or have an executive pardon, certificate of good conduct or certificate of relief of disabilities (call LISORE for more information).

--Pass a NYS Brokers Exam

--Be Sponsored by a Real Estate Broker if you will be an Associate Broker

--20 years old

--A US Citizen or a Permanent Resident

Offices Seeking Agents:  While LISORE does not refer except for government programs, LISORE does provide space for ANY Broker seeking new agents.