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The Commission office building has limited access to the public. For faster service, please email your name, license number and question/issue to help@orec.ok.gov

Step 1) Complete an approved 90-hour pre-license salesperson course. Find approved courses.
Step 2) Apply online
Step 3) Complete a background check

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All applicants must submit a $35.00 fee to apply for a real estate license directly payable to Oklahoma Real Estate Commission at the time of application submission. 

All applicants must also have a backgroud check processed through IdentoGO which includes a $60.00 processing fee directly payable to IdentoGO. 

Exam fees are payable directly to PSI and are due before scheduling. Exam fees are due for each examination attempt.

Provisionsal Sales Associate Exam / Sales Associate Exam - $60.00 
Broker Exam - $75.00

License issuance fees after passing the exam. 

Provisionsal Sales Associate: $100.00
Sales Associate: $215.00
Broker Associate: $260.00
Broker: $295.00

Background checks must be scheduled online through IdentoGO. The cost of a background check is $60.00 and is remitted directly to IdentoGO. Once the in-person live-scan is completed, your fingerprints will be processed by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the results will be reported to OREC. The process usually takes 2-3 business days to complete. 

You may still qualify for licensure. Felonies that may result in denial of application may include but are not limited to our approved List of Crimes. For individual review of your eligiblity, please e-mail help@orec.ok.gov . 

Most applicants submit a copy of their birth certificate or a copy of their valid US Passport as proof of citizenship. For a list of other valid documents to submit as proof of citizenship, please click here

Completion of an approved 90-hour pre-license is valid for three years from the date of completion. Find approved courses

Upon receipt of an online application and the required background check applicants will be processed within five business days. Paper applications will be handled secondary to online applications and may require more time for processing. 

Within 48 hours after application approval the candidate will receive an e-mail from the examination vendor, PSI. The e-mail confirmation will provide access to schedule the exam online and will provide the applicant with their candidate ID number. Please monitor any spam or junk mail folders for this e-mail confirmation. 

In order to prepare for examination, candidates may review their 90-hour pre-license coursework and study materials 

To find further material for exam preparation, you may purchase a practice exam directly from PSI.

You may also review the Applicant Information Bulletin for detailed information regarding what to expect on exam day. Please note this Applicant Information Bulletin was produced in 2018 and some of the relevant information may have changed. OREC is working diligently with PSI to provide an updated Applicant Information Bulletin. 

All examination fees are remitted directly to PSI at the time the exam is scheduled.

Oklahoma Salesperson Full Exam - $60.00
Oklahoma Salesperson State-Only Exam - $60.00
Oklahoma Broker Full Exam - $75.00 
Oklahoma Broker State-Only Exam - $75.00

OREC has established a direct PSI hotline number for our licensees, please contact the PSI hotline at 855-746-8169. 

You may also e-mail PSI at examschedule@psionline.com

PSI testing locations are available in most states. View a complete list of testing locations.

Once your application has been approved, you will have one year to pass your exam. If you have not passed the exam in one year, you will need to submit a new application. 

Please refer to the Applicant Checklist

Sales Associate or Broker Associate Application Instructions:
Step 1) Complete a 1 hour in each continuing education category: Code and Rules, Contract and Forms, and Broker Relationship Act. Find approved courses
Step 2) Obtain a license certification history in all states that you've held a real estate license. 
Step 3) Apply online
Step 4) Complete a background check. 

Broker Application Instructions

Step 1) Complete a 1 hour in each continuing education category: Code and Rules, Contract and Forms, and Broker Relationship Act. Find approved courses
Step 2) Complete an approved Broker in Charge course. Find approved courses
Step 3) Obtain a license certification history in all states that you've held a real estate license. 
Step 4) Apply online
Step 5) Complete a background check

No. Oklahoma cannot issue a license of higher standing than any license currently held in another jurisdiction. 

A resident license means you will be working under a brokerage that has a physical office in Oklahoma. 

A non-resident license means you will be working under a brokerage that does not have a physical office in Oklahoma. 

Applicants applying with an Oklahoma Sales Associate license:

Current Oklahoma Sales Associate applicants must have two (2) years’ licensure within the previous five (5) years as a sales associate or its equivalent. 

Step 1) Complete an approved 90-hour broker course. Find approved courses.
Step 2) Complete a 15 hour Broker in Charge course. Find approved courses
Step 3) Submit a Change License request through the License Portal. 
Step 4) Upload a Transaction Experience Waiver with your Change License request. 

Applicants applying with a Broker's license held in another jurisdiction:

Step 1) Complete a 1 hour in each continuing education category: Code and Rules, Contract and Forms, and Broker Relationship Act. Find approved courses
Step 2) Complete an approved Broker in Charge course. Find approved courses
Step 3) Obtain a license certification history in all states that you've held a real estate license. 
Step 4) Apply online
Step 5) Complete a background check

 

Applicants applying with an Oklahoma Sales Associate license:

Current Oklahoma Sales Associate applicants must have two (2) years’ licensure within the previous five (5) years as a sales associate or provisional sales associate, or its equivalent . 

Step 1) Complete an approved 90-hour broker course. Find approved courses.
Step 2) Submit a Change License request through the License Portal. 

Applicants applying with a Broker's license held in another jurisdiction:

Step 1) Complete a 1 hour in each continuing education category: Code and Rules, Contract and Forms, and Broker Relationship Act. Find approved courses
Step 2) Obtain a license certification history in all states that you've held a real estate license. 
Step 3) Apply online
Step 4) Complete a background check

Broker Associate - A Broker Associate can perform the functions of a broker however is still supervised by a Broker Proprietor, Managing Broker or Branch Broker. 

Broker Proprietor - A Broker Proprietor manages a proprietorship brokerage. 

Managing Broker - A Managing Broker manages a business entity (LLC or Corporation) brokerage. 

Branch Broker - A Branch Broker manages a branch office of a main brokerage. 

Applicants who have strong educational and transaction experience (excluding transactions performed while working under a brokerage) may qualify under our Point Waiver program. Review our point waiver process here

Step 1) Apply online under the Business Application Portal

Step 2) Upload a copy of the Certificate of LLC or Incorporation furnished by the Oklahoma Secretary of State with your application. 

Step 3) Upload a copy of the Certificate of Good Standing furnished by the Oklahoma Secretary of State.  

Click here to register and obtain Good Standing with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.   

We recommend registering your LLC or Incorporation with the state before submitting your entity application.  Click here to register with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.  

You must first submit your Broker application and pass your Broker exam before applying for an entity license. Click here to apply for your broker license now.

Last Modified on Apr 12, 2021
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