To obtain a Real Estate Salesperson license in Hawaii, you must:
Review a PDF from the Hawaii Real Estate Commission for specific requirements and instructions.
Visit the Hawaii Real Estate Commission website for additional information about real estate licensing and education.
During the purchase process, you will create your online Continuing Ed Express account. After your purchase is complete, the course will be placed in your new account, ready for you to begin. With Continuing Ed Express’s exclusive online e-learning technologies, you can learn at your best pace. Our online courses offer high quality content, with easy-to-use navigation.
Progressing through the online content: The course offers text instruction on both the National (Uniform) and Hawaii (State) portions of the licensing exam. There is commentary by the instructor, graphs and diagrams, exercises, and quizzes to help you master the material. You will have the opportunity to go back and review each section separately, and contact your instructor if you have questions.
Passing the course final exam: At the end of the online course, you will be presented with a multiple-choice final exam. You will need to answer at least 70% of the questions correctly in order to pass this final exam. You may take the course final exam as many times as needed.
Creating your eHawaii account: After you pass the course final exam, we will email you instructions for setting up your account on eHawaii.gov. You must create this account in order for your course completion certificate to be created. After you notify Continuing Ed Express that your account has been set up, we will email you your completion certificate.
After completing the Hawaii Salesperson Pre-license course, receiving your completion certificate, and passing the licensing exam, you may apply for your Hawaii Real Estate Salesperson license with the State of Hawaii. The application and instructions will be given to you at the PSI exam site when you pass the licensing exam.To apply for an active real estate license, your license application must be signed by the Principal Broker of the firm with which you will associate.
There is a cost for applying. This fee will be stated on the license application document, and is paid to the State of Hawaii.
Visit the Hawaii Real Estate Commission’s website for more information about license requirements and applying for your license.
Your instructor, Carol Ball, recreated the lessons and techniques that she utilizes in her live prelicensing classes in Hawaii. She introduces each chapter with an audio preface to the chapter to prepare you for the chapter.
Carol has been licensed in real estate in Hawaii since 1978, and licensed as a Hawaii real estate prelicensing instructor since 2001. Carol has taught post licensing courses since 1980 and pre-licensing courses since 2001. Carol served on the Hawaii Real Estate Commission from 2004-2012.
Study for your real estate license the way the licensing exam is given
The licensing exam is given in two parts, National questions and Hawaii questions. Continuing Ed Express Hawaii Prelicensing Online separates the National material where you can learn the basics from the Hawaii state specific material where you apply the basics. Once you learn the basics it is a lot easier to understand the state-specific material which is the hardest part of the exam.
Diagrams and illustrations help you understand difficult concepts
One of the most difficult things in a real estate course, besides the new vocabulary, is understanding complex concepts that are unfamiliar to you. Realizing this difficulty, we furnish you with visual aids of important concepts to help you understand each.
An opportunity to communicate with your instructor on every page
On every page there is an opportunity to communicate with your instructor. You may easily contact your instructor for further insight on any of the information in the course.
After you are licensed, you will need to keep your real estate license active. To keep your license active, you must complete 20 hours of continuing education by November 30 of every even numbered year. You must also renew your license by December 30 of each even numbered year. Click here for more information about continuing education requirements in Hawaii.
We offer variety of continuing education courses in Hawaii. Once you’re licensed, you can return to Continuing Ed Express for your required CE courses!
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