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North Dakota Real Estate Commission - Home. 2022 license renewals are open here in Online Services! Instructions are here. Renew your inactive or active licenses by the end of the day on November 15, 2021 or late fees will apply. Click here for Online Services.
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License fee: $150 application fee. $125 annual renewal fee (real estate licenses expire December 31st of each year unless renewed). Effective immediately: To obtain a North Dakota real estate license all applicants must submit $8 with their application for a credit report.
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North Dakota Association of REALTORS® Our Mission To advocate for the success of our members in partnership with our local Associations and the National Association of REALTORS®. Our Vision NDAR is the trusted voice of real estate and the advocate for a better real estate future.
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90 Hour North Dakota Salesperson Course. Cooke Real Estate School - A Real Estate Pre-Licensing course offered online for North Dakota. State Approved, Self-Paced, Valuable Learning Tools, and Companion Textbooks are included with all packages. Obtaining a real estate agent license is just a click away. ARELLO Certification #5911.
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North Dakota Association of Realtors All Seminars offered at discount prices to REALTORS® Every piece of legislation introduced is carefully screened and monitored as it relates to the real estate profession. License Law – Originally introduced by the NDAR we continue to study and implement changes in the law to ensure the highest
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Learn everything you need to know about getting a North Dakota real estate license. The CE Shop provides online North Dakota real estate education.
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Interested in becoming a North Dakota real estate agent? The CE Shop has everything you need to start your real estate career in North Dakota.
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If you would like to be notified when we have licensing coursework in North Dakota, please fill out the form below. In the meantime, we do have real estate license exam prep and a fabulous real estate sales training program that may fit your needs. Leader’s Choice Real Estate Sales Training
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How to Get a Real Estate License Understand state licensing and education requirements. Take a pre-licensing course. Pass your state licensing exam. File a real estate license application. Find a real estate brokerage. Join the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Renew your license regularly.
Estimated cost: $325+. Your real estate license application fee will generally cost around $25. You will also have to pay for fingerprinting and a background check. These will cost about $100 altogether. The actual state exam fee will vary, but it is generally less than $50.
Real estate is an extremely high-paced practice area. The demands from clients to close deals quickly can sometimes take a toll. Long hours and weekends are the norm for lawyers in this practice area in order to complete the diligence, drafting and negotiations required to effectively close transactions for clients.