Course: Prelicense Classes At The Academy of Real Estate
60-Hour Pre-License Course
The following information will explain the steps necessary to obtain a real estate license in the State
of Alabama and beginning your career in real estate.
Step 1: Successfully complete a 60 Hour Prelicense Course and pass a course final at a licensed
Step 2: Take and pass the State Real Estate Exam with a score of 70% or above. The test is given
on computer at a local test site.
Step 3: Begin the interview process with the brokers and office locations where you wish to work.
Compare what each company offers you in the way of training and support to help you succeed
Step 4: Choose a broker and apply to the Alabama Real Estate commission for a temporary
license, which is held by your broker. You can begin your career now or you can have the state
hold your license until you are ready.
Step 5: Attend any company training provided, begin building your business, and complete the
30-hour Post License Course.
Step 6: Upon completion of the 30-hour post license course you must apply for an original
Step 7: Continue your business development through additional educational programs offered by
your company, the Association of REALTORS® and here at the Academy of Real Estate.
Prelicense Classes At The Academy of Real Estate 60-Hour Prelicense Course
Evening Classes: Tuesday & Thursday: 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Eastern Shore Daytime Classes Monday & Wednesday 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m
Orange Beach Daytime Classes Tuesday & Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Contact us for the class information and start date.
Tuition: $389.00. Course fee includes books and handouts.
You can also contact us at www.AcademyRE.com
for additional information or for information about taking this class Online.
The Academy of Real Estate employs energetic career professionals, who come from a variety of
real estate backgrounds, and who have been in the real estate business for many years. They are
certified by the Alabama Real Estate commission and teach not only
from the materials but also from their years of experience.
Some subjects covered in classes include Alabama Real Estate License Law, Agency Laws, Property
Interests and Deeds, Financing, Contracts, Mortgages, Listing Agreements, Valuing Property,
Fair Housing, and more. In addition, our instructors give us hands-on experience and tips from real
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