Your Guide to Becoming a Licensed Mississippi Real Estate Broker

In the market of real estate, achieving a broker’s license can significantly boost your career prospects. Mississippi offers a well-structured licensing system, which includes distinct pre-license and post-license requirements for prospective brokers. If you’re ready to take the next step in your real estate career and become a broker in Mississippi, you’ve come to the right place. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll break down the broker licensing process and how the Mississippi REALTORS® Institute can help you achieve your goals through our Broker Pre-License & Post-License courses.

Understanding Mississippi’s Broker Licensing Process

In Mississippi, obtaining a broker’s license involves a combination of pre-license and post-license education. These requirements are designed to equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to excel in your real estate career.

Pre-License Education Requirements

The first step in becoming a broker is to complete an additional 60 hours of pre-license education after you receive your salesperson license. With the Mississippi REALTORS® Institute, we have divided the coursework into two 30-hour segments, known as Broker A and Broker B courses, and can be taken in any order. You can also take the 60 hours of Broker Pre-License required coursework in one online course. These courses focus on essential aspects of real estate, including market economics, appraisal, taxation, ethics, property management, and more. The Mississippi REALTORS® Institute offers these different course options, making it convenient for you to complete your pre-license education. 

Taking these courses will not only fulfill your educational requirements but also prepare you for the Mississippi Broker Licensing Exam. They are a critical foundation for your future success as a broker.

Post-License Education Requirements

After successfully passing your broker’s exam, the journey doesn’t end there. You must also complete a 30-hour Post-License education course within one year of receiving your temporary broker’s license. This requirement is mandated by the Mississippi Real Estate Commission.

The post-license education focuses on more advanced topics relevant to your new role, such as managing escrow accounts, broker responsibilities, and real estate license law. This is an essential step in ensuring that you are well-prepared for the responsibilities and challenges of being a real estate broker.

Summing up How the Mississippi REALTORS® Institute Can Help

The Mississippi REALTORS® Institute plays a crucial role in assisting aspiring brokers in Mississippi. Here’s how our institution can guide you through the process:

  1. Pre-License Education: Mississippi REALTORS®  Institute offers Broker A and Broker B courses. These 30-hour classes satisfy the pre-license education requirements, and they can be taken in any order. Please note that if you start with an instructor led course, you will need to complete your Broker Pre-Licensing with an instructor and will not be able to switch to an online course option, unless you wish to start over, due to the way the courses are outlined.Our experienced instructors provide you with in-depth knowledge and practical insights into the real estate field.
  2. Post-License Education: To meet the post-license requirement, the Institute offers a 30-hour Broker Post-License course. This comprehensive program will deepen your understanding of the real estate industry, including managing escrow accounts, confidentiality, broker responsibilities, real estate law, and more.
  3. Flexible Learning: Whether you prefer instructor-led classes or online learning, the Mississippi REALTORS® Institute offers both options to suit your schedule and learning style. You can choose the mode that works best for you.
  4. Experienced Instructors: Our courses are led by seasoned real estate professionals who are dedicated to your success. They bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to the classroom.

Now is the Time to Earn Your Broker’s License

Becoming a licensed real estate broker in Mississippi is a significant achievement that opens up new opportunities and responsibilities in the industry. After you receive your salesperson license, the process involves completing an additional 60 hours of pre-license education through Broker A and Broker B courses, followed by a 30-hour post-license course. The Mississippi REALTORS® Institute is your partner on this journey, offering the guidance and resources you need to succeed.

Whether you’re just starting or advancing your career, our courses provide the foundation and expertise required to excel in the real estate market. Ready to take the next step and earn your broker’s license? Explore the courses offered by the Mississippi REALTORS® Institute and begin your journey toward becoming a Mississippi real estate broker. Your future in real estate starts here. 


Not Ready for the Broker Licensing Process?

Are you at the beginning of your real estate journey, taking those first steps toward becoming a Salesperson? If you’re not quite ready for a broker license but want to get started, check out our comprehensive guide on the education process here. It’s a great way to kickstart your career in the world of real estate. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information or to get started today.

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