How to Get Your Idaho Real Estate License

Our pre-licensing classes are not only taught by amazing instructors; they're taught by people who have been in the Real Estate business for years. People come to our school from all over Idaho and surrounding states because they know that we have what they need to get the best start in Real Estate.


We offer you a few options for taking your coursework. Idaho Real Estate School offers

both day and night classes to fit into your busy life. The pre-license salesperson course

is written by the Idaho Real Estate Commission and is two 45-hour modules. Module 1 builds a solid foundation of real estate principles. A solid core of fundamental concepts will be studied along with real estate terminology. Module 2 covers the more practical aspects of real estate. It is a study of the knowledge and applied skills involved in the valuation of real estate, listings, selling, buying and closing of real estate transactions. The intent is to prepare students to perform the skills and duties buyers and sellers of real estate expect and need from an agent in the business.  


Completion of Modules 1 and 2 is required to satisfy the educational requirements for a

salesperson’s license. Although most students take the modules sequentially, you are permitted to take Module 2 first if that fits your schedule better.


To learn more about the additional steps to become a real estate agent, go to our resources page or simply click here!

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Registering for a class is the first step to getting your Idaho Real Estate License. With classes at Idaho Real Estate School, you will go into the real estate world with knowledge you can't find anywhere else.