Getting Started

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Starting a career in real estate is not a difficult process. The first step is determining which education model works best for your needs. Then, once in school you'll have time to plan the launch of your exciting new career. Our goal at CENTURY 21 Career Development is to partner with you through each of these easy steps in the process of earning your real estate license.

How To Get An Oregon Real Estate Broker License

To conduct professional real estate activity in Oregon you must obtain a real estate license from the Oregon Real Estate Agency. This can be done by following these steps:

1. Enroll in the OnlineEd course;

2. Submit a license application and pay the licensing fee (presently $230*) to the Oregon Real Estate Agency sometime before completion of your coursework;

3. Complete your OnlineEd Oregon real estate pre-license training course and confirm with us that you have submitted your license application to the Oregon Real Estate Agency by providing the nine digit ID# given to by you by the agency once they receive your license application;

4. We will upload your licensing exam eligibility file and required personal information to PSI, the licensing exam proctor;

5. Schedule and pay for your licensing examination (presently $75*) by contacting PSI through their web site;

6. Sit for and pass the licensing exam at the PSI location and time you select through the PSI web site;

7. At the PSI exam center, if you pass the licensing exam, complete and pay for the background authorization form and fingerprinting (presently $60*);

8. Pass your background check;

9. Find an office to work for and notify the Oregon Real Estate Agency; and

10. Activate and print your license!

(*OnlineEd accepts no responsibility for price increases by third parties, which do change from time-to-time. We provide them here to only let you know there are other costs associated with the licensing process.)

The fingerprints collected at the PSI testing center are sent electronically to the Oregon Real Estate Agency, who then digitally transfers them to law enforcement for processing. If you pass the licensing exam AND background check, you will receive an email from the Oregon Real Estate Agency with a hyperlink to access your license.