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  • Real Estate Salesperson Program

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The Real Estate Salesperson ProgramFirst Step Real estate is a regulated profession in Ontario, so all salespersons and brokers must be registered with the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO). The Real Estate Salesperson Program, delivered by Humber College, is your first step towards becoming a real estate professional in Ontario. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS START APPLICATION Learning Path The Real Estate Salesperson Program has been designed for your success. You can apply and start your coursework at any point during the year, without the commitment of a full-time, semester-based program. The program learning path comprises of three steps.

  • Step 1: Pre-Registration Phase

  • Step 2: Register with RECO

  • Step 3: Post-Registration Phase

The Pre-Registration Phase of the program comprises of 5 courses, 4 exams and 2 simulation sessions which must be completed sequentially. You will have a maximum of 24 months to complete pre-registration. 5 Courses 2 Simulation Sessions 4 Exams MORE ABOUT THE LEARNING PATH Program Advantages Start anytime with a with a flexible program that fits your life. Learn online with a program that is designed for your success. Interactive classroom and Simulation Sessions that prepare you with true-to-life practice. EXPLORE PROGRAM ADVANTAGES ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS To qualify for admission to the Real Estate Salesperson Program, an applicant must have obtained a Canadian secondary school diploma or GED certificate. Applicants that do not have a Canadian secondary school diploma or GED Certificate may provide acceptable equivalency credentials. A list of these acceptable equivalency credentials is available on the admissions requirements page. Alternatively, the Real Estate Education Program Office offers a Salesperson Program Admission Exam to applicants without a secondary school diploma or equivalent. Learners who successfully complete this exam can then apply to the Real Estate Salesperson Program. All Program components and support services are delivered in English. Learners should possess strong English writing, comprehension and speaking skills to be able to successfully complete the program. ADMISSION REQUIREMENT DETAILS FEES The Real Estate Salesperson Program has been designed to follow a pay as you go model. That means you pay for each component of the program as you progress through the program instead of paying the total program fees all at once. This pay as you go structure helps you manage the expenses of embarking on a new career. The total fee for the Pre-Registration Phase of the program is $3,590.00 and total cost for the Post-Registration Phase is $570.00. The total cost for the Real Estate Salesperson Program is $4,160.00. LEARN MORE ABOUT PROGRAM FEES Learn More About the Real Estate Salesperson Program Program Features Learn More Learning Path Learn More Admission Requirements Learn More Start Application Learn More About Our Program Become a Salesperson Learner Support The Real Estate Profession Benefits of a Career in Real Estate Joining the Profession in Ontario Helpful Links FAQs Resources News Blog Facilitators Need More Information? Learn more about the program and real estate as a career by subscribing to our mailing list or reach out to support services. Subscribe Contact Us Program Policies Learner Rules and Standard for Conduct Terms of Use Request Alternate Format Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) The Real Estate Council of Ontario regulates real estate professionals in the province on behalf of the Ontario government by enforcing the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002 (REBBA) and its Code of Ethics. RECO holds registered salespeople, brokers and brokerages to professional standards, protects the public interest, and enhances consumer confidence in the real estate profession. RECO also strives to educate consumers to ensure they understand the benefits of a regulated real estate sector. For more information, visit www.reco.on.ca. © 2021 Humber College


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