The Real Estate Broker Program is for active real estate salespersons who are currently registered with the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) and aspire to continue their education to become a registered real estate broker. The program is offered through Humber College.
The program covers key aspects involved in owning, managing, or operating a real estate brokerage, such as:
The Real Estate Broker Program is open to all existing registered real estate salespersons who have completed the Real Estate Salesperson Program (Humber) and/or courses in both real estate law and commercial transactions at the OREA Real Estate College.
The Real Estate Broker Program learning path has three steps and seven components.
Successful completion of the Qualifying Exam is a requirement to getting started with the Real Estate Broker Program. The Qualifying Exam is designed to test working knowledge on the key areas involved in the trading of real estate in Ontario and is three hours in duration.
Upon completing Step 1, learners are eligible to start Course 1 of the Real Estate Broker Program. This step includes the following components which must be completed sequentially:
Upon completing Step 2, learners are eligible to register with RECO as a broker. To register with RECO, an individual must have successfully completed the Real Estate Broker Program and have been employed as a salesperson for at least 24 of the 36 months immediately preceding the date of application.
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The estimated duration of the Real Estate Broker Program is as follows. Actual course work duration will vary per individual learner.
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Learners have 12 months to complete the Real Estate Broker Program from the date of successful completion of the Broker Qualifying Exam.
The Real Estate Broker Program follows a “Pay as You Go” structure, meaning you pay for each course in sequential order.