Illinois 75-Hour Broker Pre-License course
LLCC is a fully accredited real estate school (515.000038), offering quality, instructor-led training courses.
The first part of this course is designed to meet the 60-hour pre-licensing curriculum requirements for real estate brokers as set forth by the state of Illinois. Topics covered are: license law, Illinois laws, federal laws, agency relationships and obligations, marketing and advertising, independent contractor/employee agreements, real property, contract knowledge, market analysis and appraisal, financing, retail and office, property management, seller relationships and counseling, and buyer relationships and counseling.
In the second part, students participate in five, three-hour interactive lessons with the instructor to apply the knowledge learned in the Illinois Real Estate Broker Pre-License Topics course. Each interactive lesson begins with a review of principles, concepts, requirements for compliance and violations, summary of best practices, and/or applicable laws/licensee requirements. Students then participate in a variety of interactive activities (e.g., quizzes, content review exercises, class and small group discussion) where they apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios designed to provide valuable analysis and decision-making experience.
The required pre-license coursework to earn a broker license in Illinois consists of two courses equal to 75 hours of study.
- Broker Pre-License Topics is a 60-hour course covering real estate concepts such as brokerage, real property, contracts and real estate math.
- Broker Applied Real Estate Principles is a 15-hour course that applies real estate concepts to real-life scenarios.
To obtain an Illinois real estate license, you must:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Have a Social Security Number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number
- And have a high school diploma or GED certificate