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Legendary Real Estate – a Boutique Firm
Sandi Maki - Real Estate Broker, Michigan

For Agents

If you have that special Certain Way, and would like to join our company as an agent, here are the steps you’ll need to complete:

First, call Sandi Maki, Broker, Legendary Real Estate to talk before you jump into your class! 810-844-1621

HOW DO I GET MY MICHIGAN REAL ESTATE LICENSE?

1.  Complete Your Required Education

Salesperson applicants must complete a required 40-hour Michigan Real Estate Fundamentals course. 
2.  Complete and Submit Your Real Estate Salesperson License Application Visit www.michigan.gov/icola to apply for your license.3.  Receive Authorization to Test

Once your application has been approved, you will receive an email from the State of Michigan notifying you of your authorization to register for the exam.

4.  Take the Michigan Salesperson Licensing Exam

Register and pass the salesperson’s exam with the exam provider, Psychological Services, Inc. (PSI). To schedule your exam, visit the PSI website at:

5.  Obtain an Employing Broker Sponsor {That could be Legendary Real Estate!}

In order to practice as a real estate salesperson, you must be sponsored by a licensed Michigan Employing Broker.

Michigan Real Estate Agents

Agents become licensed through the Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth, which oversees the Michigan Board of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons. A person looking to obtain a real estate agent salesperson license needs to be at least 18 years of age, and complete 40 hours of approved pre-license courses at a school for real estate, which teaches real estate fundamentals, before an applicant may take the exam.

The real estate test can be taken online through PSI Exams, and the results are viewable 2 weeks after taking the exam. After passing the exam, the agent or salesperson must complete 6 hours of education each year. The renewal period is three years, so at least 18 hours of additional education must be completed during this time.

In addition to the continuing education, a real estate salesperson in Michigan must be of “good moral character” and also submit a letter of good standing from any state that the applicant may have held another real estate license in.

Becoming a Broker

What sets brokers and agents apart is the education level and licensing requirements. An agent must work for a broker, and the broker also has the ability to deal directly with clients, whether they are home-buyers or sellers, or they can choose to delegate these tasks to agents within their business.

A real estate broker, however, must complete more hours of real estate courses than hours required for agents or salespersons. In the state of Michigan, a broker must be at least 18 years of age and also have at least 3 years of full time experience as a real estate salesperson.

To obtain a broker license, an applicant in Michigan must complete 90 hours of approved education in real estate courses within 36 months of applying for the license. After obtaining the license, brokers must complete at least 6 hours of additional education each year.

Costs and Renewal Fees

The real estate examination for salespersons and also brokers in Michigan is $72. There is an $88 fee for the real estate salesperson license, and $143 for the broker or associate broker license. To renew a salesperson or agent’s license, it is a cost of $108, and for a broker or associate broker the charge is $163.

Licenses for agents and brokers are valid for 3 years, and expire on October 31. They can be renewed for a late penalty fee between November 1 and December 30. Make sure to renew your license before it expires to avoid annoying late renewal fees!

– See more at: http://www.michiganhomes.com/articles/how-to-become-a-real-estate-agent-in-michigan#sthash.mnR7uUHA.dpuf

Helpful Links to Bookmark

REALCOMP

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS

MICHIGAN REALTORS

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Sandi at Legendary Real Estate handled our home purchase in Flint Township this past summer. We had a bit of a difficult seller to deal with, but Sandi and her team handled negotiations and some snags with skill and expertise. In the end, the closing went... (more)

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Before contacting Sandi, I was completely overwhelmed as a first time homebuyer. I didn't even know where to begin! I contacted Sandi in hopes that she would be able to help us with the home buying process, and match us with the perfect home for me and my... (more)

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Sandi went above and beyond on my first home purchase. While there were times that the other parties involved in the transaction were dragging their feet a bit, she always let me know what was going on and kept me up to date about what the next step in the... (more)

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