Once you complete your real estate pre-licensing course it is time to take the real estate salesperson exam. If you prepared well during the pre-licensing course you will be in great shape for the real estate test.
What do I have to do?
- Under NH law, to become licensed, a person must have reached the age of eighteen, show proof of completion of educational requirements, and must successfully pass either a NH Real Estate broker’s or salesperson’s exam.
- The New Hampshire Real Estate exams are developed and administered by Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc. of Olathe, Kansas, an independent testing company under contract with the State of New Hampshire.
- The exams are provided through computer based testing, twice daily, Monday through Friday at four different locations: Concord, Manchester, Nashua, and Portsmouth. For additional information go to the testing company's web site: www.goamp.com.
- The registration fee for the salesperson examination is $155.
When you think about it, a single exam for a little over a hundred dollars is a pretty easy investment for the earnings potential you will have as a real estate sales associate. Other professions, with lower earning potential, require more exams along with more exam fees! If you are curious just how much more look into becoming a teacher!
Time Considerations: Most people, and likely you, will want to take the exam and move ahead into real estate sales quickly. The state of NH requires that you become licensed within six months of passing the test. Otherwise you will have to retake the test. After that you have two years to become affiliated with a broker, but why wait? If you have already passed your exam and haven't talked with me yet, then contact me.
Let's discuss your future in real estate!