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Illinois law requires the student complete 90 hours of education to qualify for the Broker License. This is an entry level license that allows the licensee to perform real estate related functions on behalf of the consumer, under the guidance of a managing broker.  After the educational component is completed successfully, the licensee must pass the state exam in order to receive their Broker license. […]

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As a newly licensed broker, prior to your first renewal, you are required to complete a 30 hour post-license course. The focus of this program is to reinforce your understanding and knowledge of critical topics that affect your relationship with and representation of the consumer. The program consists of two stages: 15 hour topics program focuses on the theory behind real estate principles and law. […]

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Illinois law requires the managing broker to take responsibility for the operations of the brokerage office and all licensees sponsored by that office. This requires a higher level of knowledge regarding the real estate industry than what a broker licensee may be exposed to. The managing broker pre-license program is designed to accomplish two goals: Provide the managing broker candidate with the knowledge deemed necessary to […]

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