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List of Questions
- Approved - Is your school approved?
- Brokers class - Can I take the Brokers Class right after the Salespersons Class before I test?
- Brokers license - If I want to get a Brokers license do I have to take the Salepersons class?
- Continuing Ed - Does the Broker's course waive continuing education?
- Continuing Education Online - Do you offer it?
- Costs - Are there any other costs to get my license other than the cost of the class and books?
- Enroll - How do I enroll in the class?
- License - What do I have to do to get a Salesperson's license?
- License - When I apply for a license, how long does it take before I’m licensed?
- License - Where do I get an application to apply for a license?
- Non-resident - I'm a non-resident without a real estate license, can I become a Wisconsin Broker?
- Online Courses -I want to take the online courses. Should I order both programs at the same time?
- Test - Do I have to be signed on with a Broker to come to class or get a license?
- Test - How soon after I take the class can I take the state test?
- Test - I do not live in Wisconsin. Do I have to come there to take the state test?
- Test - I'm taking the 4 day Broker class. Should I schedule the test before the class begins?
- Test - When I take the state exam, how long does it take to get the results?
- Training - Where do I get extra training after I get my license?
I'm a non-resident without a real estate license, can I become a Wisconsin Broker?
Yes, you can live in another state and be a Wisconsin Real Estate Broker. For instance, If you live in Minneapolis and have a Wisconsin Broker's license you can list and sell homes in Wisconsin.
You will have to file an Irrevocable Consent with the Department of Regulation and Licensing for Service of Process.
If you have a Wisconsin Salesperson's license and are a non-resident you cannot practice real estate except under a Wisconsin licensed Broker who may or may not reside in Wisconsin.
You also will have to file an Irrevocable Consent with the Department.
In addition, PearsonVue offers the Wisconsin exam in various places in Minnesota and in Chicago.
Click here for the required online courses.