Learn about the Kansas education requirements for real estate licensing and renewal.
Licensing Board/Commission: Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC)
Reporting: For continuing education courses, please allow 2 -3 business days for the school to report your completion. Students are responsible for self-reporting pre-license courses.
Kansas Real Estate Education Requirements:
- Kansas real estate salesperson license: 60 hours (The 30-hour Principles of Real Estate and the 30-hour Kansas Practice course.)
- Kansas real estate broker license: 60 hours (30-hour Kansas Real Estate Fundamentals and 30-hour Kansas Real Estate Broker Management.)
- Final exams: Your final course exam must be proctored for qualifying education
Kansas State Reciprocity:
Real estate commissions and boards across the country are adopting policies for a real estate agent in one state to more easily become licensed in another state.
In Kansas, if an applicant holds a current broker’s or salesperson’s license in another state, the applicant does not have to complete the national portion of the exam. Applicants must submit current certification of license history from any jurisdictions that have issued a real estate license to the applicant. This must be filed no later than six months from the issue date of the certification.
If the applicant is applying for a salesperson’s license, he or she must complete the Kansas practice course and pass the Kansas portion of the exam. An active Kansas supervising broker must sign the license application.
If the applicant is applying for a broker’s license, he or she must complete the 34-hour hours (4-hour Kansas Law and 30-hour Kansas Real Estate Broker Management) and pass the Kansas portion of the exam.
Kansas Real Estate Continuing Education (CE) and License Renewal Requirements:
- Real estate professionals’ license renewals in Kansas are staggered over a two-year period with licenses expiring in groups based on the first letter of your last name.
- Salesperson and Broker licensees in Kansas must complete 12 hours, consisting of at least 3 hours designated as “Kansas required core” and not more than 9 hours designated as elective hours.