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Leasing Agent Pre-License Education

numbers_iar_education-01 Step 1: complete leasing agent pre-license course (15 hours + exam)

One course is needed to meet the requirement for 15 hours of pre-license education: Leasing Agent Pre-License Topics. This 15-hour  course introduces key terms and concepts for leasing agents. Successful course completion requires a passing score on the 50-question course exam. Exam may be taken at an approved proctor location. Illinois REALTORS® Licensing & Training Center offers Leasing Agent Pre-License Topics in home study and classroom format.

  • Leasing Agent Pre-License Topics (15 hour) + exam

    Leasing Agent Pre-License Topics consists of a 15-hour course and course exam. Choose a course below.

    Classroom

    April 6 & 7

    Lisle
    Leasing Residential Property   (Classes are: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
    Technical Training Consultants – Lisle, TTCINC01@aol.com or 630-353-0400

    May 23 & 24

    Chicago
    Leasing Residential Property   (Classes are: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
    Technical Training Consultants – Chicago, TTCINC01@aol.com or 630-353-0400

numbers_iar_education-01 Step 2: take the Illinois licensing exam

After successfully completing the course exam, you may schedule to take the state real estate licensing exam. AMP (Applied Measurement Professionals) is the administrator of the Illinois real estate licensing exam.

psi/AMP (Applied Measurement Professionals) is the administrator of the Illinois real estate licensing exam. Before scheduling to take the state exam with psi/AMP, it is strongly advised that you thoroughly read and review the Illinois Real Estate Examination Program Candidate Handbook.

Step 3: apply to the state of Illinois for your license

Complete the application and pay the licensing fee to the illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) License renewal is required every 2 years on even-numbered years. See the Leasing Agent License Renewal page for details.