If you meet the requirements below, use this step-by-step guide to obtain a Kansas Real Estate Broker license.
Pursuant to K.S.A. 58-3043, the Commission may restrict or deny an applicant’s license.
The Commission will not process an incomplete application. The $175.00 license fee will be refunded if the application is incomplete or denied by the Commission.
1. Be at least 18 years of age.
2. Have a high school diploma or the equivalent.
3. Meet an experience requirement. (See Below)
4. Show successful proof of completion of sixty (60) hours of broker pre-license education courses approved by KREC.
5. Comply with all application procedures required by KREC.
6. Pass the real estate broker license exam before the course certificate expires.
- Licensed three or more years with 30 or more transaction points.
- Licensed two or more years with 40 or more transaction points.
- Licensed two or more years with 20 to 39 transaction points. A restricted license will be granted. A restricted license would prohibit the supervising of any Kansas licensees. To request the restriction be lifted, a written petition must be submitted with new experience and/or education for consideration.
- 3 points per closed commercial or agricultural land real estate transaction over $1,000,000
- 1 point per closed transaction for all other real estate transaction types
- 0 points for transactions as a residential property manager
- 0 points for transactions as part of a team or group if the licensee’s name is not on the purchase contract
- Maximum of 5 points for transactions with personal interest
Submit the following with the license application, if applicable: