Real Estate Salesperson License
Quick Program Facts
Enrolling in our real estate program is your first step toward getting your Real Estate Salesperson License.
How the Program Works
- Course content is delivered by computer.
Homework and testing take place in an instructional lab on Northeast Campus or at the Haltom City Northeast Center. The instructor is not in the lab. You can reach your instructor via myTCC, email or telephone.
- You must go to the lab. No exceptions.
Lab time must be logged for you to complete the course and receive your certificate.
The real estate courses are not like distance learning courses because you must be in the lab. You can view the materials at home, but that time spent is not counted towards your
required 30 hours.
- You need to work 6 hours per week in the lab to get the 30 hours.
Plan on up to 3 visits to the lab per week.
- You are responsible for making sure all your lab time is logged by the attendant.
Please note that the attendant will not be able to answer questions about your course
material. You will be working on your own.
- The classes require time, homework, reading and hands-on assignments.
You could be ready in 6 months because the classes move fast. The time you spend
studying for class prepares you for the state exam.
- You are responsible for getting the correct textbook from the TCC Bookstore.
Instructional Lab Hours
Northeast Campus and Haltom City Northeast Center
- Morning: 9 a.m.–noon
- Afternoon: 1–4 p.m.
- Evening: 5:30–8:30 p.m.
Credentials in Detail
The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) is the entity that issues licenses and establishes the course requirements.
You must complete 6 courses (30 hours each) to be eligible to apply to take your exam,
and your can fulfill those hours by enrolling in our program.
Explore the TREC's How to Become a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson to understand state requirements, restrictions and expectations of real estate students
and licensed real estate agents.
Courses You Will Take
Start with Principles of Real Estate I and II. We suggest you take the courses in
TREC requires an end of course exam, so you will take an exam at the end of each class.
How to Apply
Allow up to 3 business days to complete the enrollment process.
To enroll in real estate classes:
- Enroll as a student at TCC using Active Apply (Allow 24 hours for this process).
- Qualify as a real estate student by taking Online Readiness, a skills exercise for computer-based learning.
- Register for a real estate class via WebAdvisor.
- Verify your registration and access to myTCC, the online portal where you will enter your course.
Detailed Instructions for Enrolling in Real Estate Classes (PDF will open in a new window)
Before the first day of class:
- Print out your registration and take it to TCC bookstore to buy your books.
- Call 817‐515‐6996 to schedule the lab of your choice.
- Visit the lab you have chosen to make sure you know its location.
Home Inspection Training
Do you want to add home inspector skills (PDF will open in new window) to your real estate salesperson knowledge?
We also partner with the American Home Inspectors Training Institute to offer online home inspection training.
Northeast Campus Continuing Education
Updated November 11, 2014