State of Hawaii requires Pre-License sales candidates to attend 60 hours of classroom time and obtain 70% PASSING score on the school's final exam. Broker license candidates must attend 80 hours of classroom time and obtain 75% PASSING score on the school's final exam. After passing, the candidate will receive a Completion Certificate, a prerequisite for taking the State License exam. The Completion Certificate from the Real Estate School Hawaii is valid for two (2) years.
Students must be a U. S. Citizen or have a U. S. work permit, be at least 18 years of age, graduated from High School or equivalent, attend and pass an accredited real estate licensing school and pass the State License exam. Candidates who successfully pass the State exam must apply for their license within two (2) years from the exam date or test results will become invalid. Upon passing, the license candidate will submit a written application with the Professional Vocational License Division, apply to work for a Brokerage Firm and pay the required license fee to obtain their real estate license.
The Principal of Real Estate School Hawaii has been an instructor of real estate education for over 25 years. Only experienced instructors, who possess both teaching skills and experience in real estate practice are hired . Their knowledge and standards have produced professional and ethical licensees. The school's goals are to have majority of Sales License candidates to pass the State License exam and for Broker License candidates, 99% pass rate for the State Broker License exam.
Don't wait for the perfect time. Register early for real estate courses, seats are limited. Start your career today and plan for your future in real estate. It begins with taking the first step toward achieving a gratifying career in helping others in reaching their goals of home ownership.
Classes can be tailored for real estate companies. Schedule a Pre-license class to recruit new sales agents or upgrade your agents to Brokers. Classes may be held at your office as you advertise for students. Our instructors are mobile and able to accommodate your customized needs. Call us today to plan your classes.
Prior to completing a Pre-license class, contact the REAL ESTATE BRANCH 808-586-2643 to determine whether or not you should file the Preliminary Decision Application if you have one or more felonies or one or more misdemeanors, outstanding tax obligations with no payment plan in place or judgments within the last 20 years. The Hawaii Real Estate Commission will review your history and make a determination of either MOST LIKELY APPROVE or MOST LIKELY DENY your license application when submitted. The decision of the Commission is non-binding, and a license candidate may submit his or her license application no matter what the Commission's decision is for the Preliminary Decision Application. The Preliminary Decision gives the license candidate a window of probability as to the acceptance or denial of a license application, so that the license candidate does not waste time and money on a Pre-license class, if the likelihood of denial is evident.