Learn about the Oklahoma education requirements for real estate licensing and renewal.
Licensing Board/Commission: Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Oklahoma Real Estate Requirements:
- Oklahoma real estate salesperson license: 45 hours of pre-licensing education
- Oklahoma real estate broker license: N/A
- Oklahoma requires an additional 45 hours of post-license education courses
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Oklahoma 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.
The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission has entered into numerous nonresident agreements with other jurisdictions so as to streamline the process for obtaining multiple licenses. The listing can be found on the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission’s website. The applicant would need to contact their education department for the exact requirements, since all agreements differ in some aspect or another.
If a state or jurisdiction has not entered into an agreement with Oklahoma, the general rule is that a nonresident active licensee who applies for a nonresident Oklahoma license must:
- possess a minimum of two years of active experience (out of the previous five years) as a sales associate or broker respectively
- provide a certificate of license history indicating the license is in good standing in their state or jurisdiction of licensure
- complete all appropriate forms and pay all required fees
- receive final approval of their application
For more information on reciprocity, view our complete guide.
Oklahoma Continuing Education (CE) and License Renewal Requirements:
- Real estate professionals in Oklahoma must renew their real estate licenses every three years from the date of license issuance
- Licensees must take 21 hours of real estate CE classes
- Of these, 6 hours must cover the six core subjects: professional conduct, fair housing, The Broker Relationships Act, hot topics, the Oklahoma Code and Rules and professional conduct