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Instructor Opportunities at Florida Real Estate College

Do you enjoy teaching, training and inspiring others?

Do you have a passion for real estate?

If you already have your instructor license, you can apply for an instructor postion with us.

Please contact us using the form on this page and upload your resume.

Are you interested in becoming a Florida Real Estate Instructor?

Whether you have obtained your real estate license recently or have decades of experience, you are eligible to apply to become a real estate instructor. Having the opportunity to share your experience with new real estate students through teaching, coaching or mentoring can be very rewarding.

With the recent growth in the real estate market, we are seeking new instructors to educate the agents of tomorrow.

How To Become A Real Estate Instructor

Real Estate School Instructor Requirements for licensure in the State of Florida

"School instructor" means an individual who instructs persons in the classroom in noncredit college courses in a college, university, or community college, or courses in an area technical center or proprietary real estate school. Where the course or courses to be taught are prescribed by the FREC precedent to licensure or renewal as a real estate sales associate or broker, the applicant must certify their competency and obtain an instructor permit by meeting one of the following requirements:

1.  Hold a bachelor's degree in a business-related subject (such as real estate, finance, accounting, business administration, or its equivalent) and hold a valid broker's license in this state.

2.  Hold a bachelor's degree, have extensive real estate experience (as defined by rule) and hold a valid broker's license in this state.

3.  Pass an Instructor Examination approved by the FREC.

4.  Submit a completed DBPR RE 6-Become Active-Real Estate Instructor form to register as a Real Estate Instructor for a real estate school.

5.  The continuing education requirement for a real estate instructor is a minimum of 7 classroom hours of instruction in real estate subjects or instructional techniques as prescribed by the FREC.

Step 1: DBPR Application

You will need to apply for your real estate license with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Approval of this application takes on average 1-2 weeks, but can take longer in special circumstances. The maximum waiting period for an approval is 90 days. You cannot schedule your state exam until this application is filed.

The Florida Real Estate Instructor License State Application Fee is Currently: $83.75

Florida Real Estate License Application Requirements:

  • Be at least 18 Years Old
  • Have a High School Diploma or it's Equivalent
  • Posses a US Social Security Number (Get a US SSN Here)

Step 2: Fingerprinting

As part of the instructor application process, the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) requires a new background check be completed. You will need to submit fingerprints to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) for the background check to begin.

Step 3: Schedule State Exam

Once your application is approved, you'll be able to schedule your state exam. The state exam is offered everyday however, we recommend scheduling in advance as there is often a 1-2 week waiting period. 

Current State Exam Fee: $36.75

Step 4: Apply with Florida Real Estate College

Once you have obtained your Florida Real Estate Instructor license, we would love to hear from you to see if you would be a good fit for the Florida Real Estate College.

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Florida Real Estate College
13414 Telecom Dr
Temple Terrace, FL 33637

813-515-3511

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