Wisconsin Online Real Estate CE School
Cost Effective. Convenient. Complete
As your partner in Real Estate Continuing Education (CE) in Wisconsin, OnCourse Learning (a partner to Praedo Institute) is approved by Wisconsin's Division of Real Estate to provide distance learning real estate continuing education courses for real estate saleperson and real estate brokers.
Since all real estate pre-licensing (for both salesperson and brokers) must be completed in person at an on-site campus in Wisconsin, OnCourse Learning proudly provides all of the online courses you'll ever need to continue your career in real estate after you have recieved your license.
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- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Take the approved pre-license education
- Pass the license exam at the designated testing center
- After completing your pre-license course and passing the license exam, you apply for your real estate license with the state of Wisconsin
- Proof of education completion by submitting one of the following:
- Completion of DSPS-approved real estate broker educational instruction within four years of broker licensure as a real estate salesperson for at least two years within the last four preceding years under the direct supervision of a licensed broker and have accumulated 40 points of experience.
- Completion of nonresident broker equivalency under Wis. Admin. Code REEB 25.028.
- Copy of transcript showing 20 academic semester-hour credits completed at an institution of higher learning in real estate or real estate related law. A quarter-hour credit equals 2/3 of a semester-hour credit.
- Evidence that you are licensed to practice law in Wisconsin.
- Each completed/closed residential transaction: 5 points
- Each completed/closed commercial transaction: 10 points
- Each property management contract: .5 point/month
- Each completed/closed timeshare: 1 point