This course is for anyone looking to pass the Pearson Vue exam. Whether you've already taken your Pre-license Module 1 and 2 course, and just need a little extra help passing the test, or you're an out-of-state agent looking to get your license in Idaho, this course is just what you need to pass Pearson Vue!
COMMISSION CORE 2023
Available at IRES starting July 2023
Idaho Real Estate School
20% off Pre-license special discount happening now! Get your license with live, real-time instruction. Most other schools only offer self-study courses, so you'll spend hours reading page after page onscreen. Why not learn from qualified instructors, ask questions, and connect with other students and industry professionals! As the largest real estate school in Idaho, we have the resources and commitment to provide you with the highest quality real estate education and we have a reputation for success with a 94% pass rate. When you choose IRES, your schooling will always be relevant, informative and enjoyable.
Steps to Getting Your Real Estate License
This short video explains the steps you need to take to become a real estate agent and it's only a few minutes long. Attending real estate school is only one step out of seven. But don't be intimidated, most steps are easy!
Why Choose Idaho Real Estate School?
We strive to earn your business. From our state-of-the-art, beautiful and comfortable classroom, to experienced senior instructors and professionally prepared materials, our school remains Idaho's number one choice for real estate education.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the process to get an Idaho real estate license?
To get your Idaho real estate license, you need to take the 90-hour Pre-license course from an approved school (like the Idaho Real Estate School), which consists of two Modules. Then you’ll need to pass the state exam at Pearson Vue testing center, schedule a fingerprint background check, and gather all necessary material for licensing. Afterward, you would register an electronic account with the Idaho Real Estate Commission (IREC), apply for your license at IREC, and obtain an Errors and Omissions Insurance policy.
What is the difference between the two Modules?
Sales Pre-license Module 1 is intended for beginners in real estate who have little to no previous knowledge in the field, while Sales Pre-license Module 2 dives deeper into real estate concepts, principles, and regulations. Completion of both modules is required to satisfy the educational requirements for a salesperson’s license.
Is there any prerequisite for taking Salesperson Module 1 or Salesperson Module 2?
There is no prerequisite for taking Salesperson Module 1. It is recommended that students complete Module 1 prior to taking Module 2, but not required. Modules can be taken in any order, but completion of both is required to apply for a real estate license.
What are the course schedules at Idaho Real Estate School?
Module 1 and Module 2 are both 45-hour courses. They are held either: Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm MST for 2 weeks, or Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 pm to 10:00 PM for 6 weeks See our calendar for details.