How to Get Your Oklahoma Real Estate License

Written by: Kevelyn Rodriguez

Cartoon woman holding a for sale Oklahoma Real Estate sign

    Getting your Oklahoma Real Estate License is the first step to becoming a real estate agent in Oklahoma. Nowadays, this process can be done almost entirely online. You will still need to take your Oklahoma real estate license exam in person, but the rest of the process can be completed entirely online!

    This article outlines the process to get your Oklahoma Real Estate License in an easy to understand, step-by-step manner. You’ll learn how much it will cost, how long it will take, what is on the exam, and much more.


    How to Become a Real Estate Agent in Oklahoma

    Becoming a real estate agent in Oklahoma is as simple as getting your license, finding a broker sponsor, and getting to work selling real estate! As long as you fulfill the below requirements, you are already on your way to your goal.

    Oklahoma Real Estate License Requirements

    The requirements to become a real estate agent in Oklahoma are:

    • Be a citizen of the United States or a lawfully admitted alien
    • Be 18 years of age or older
    • Be determined to have good moral character


    How to Get Your Real Estate License in Oklahoma

    Step 1. Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course

    The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission requires 90 hours of Provisional Sales Associate Pre-Licensing education at an approved real estate school.

    Most people choose to take their pre-license education course online. The majority of online courses are self-paced and include study materials like real estate practice exams and flashcards. Some also come with a “guarantee” that you will pass the exam on your first attempt if you complete their course. These benefits are all dependent on the education provider and package you choose, so be sure to get the course that best suits your needs.

    Remember that the point of these courses isn’t just to check a box and complete a requirement, but rather to prepare you to pass your exam and become a better agent.

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    Oklahoma does not require the final pre-license exam to be supervised by a proctor. This is not the same as the state exam. This test is provided by your pre-license education company and is an indication that you have completed and retained the information from your pre-license education course.

    Similar to the state exam, this test is closed-book and closed-note. You are allowed a basic-function calculator and scratch paper, but no cell phones or outside internet access.


    Step 2. Oklahoma Real Estate License Exam

    After you’ve completed your pre-license education, it’s now time to take the Oklahoma Real Estate Exam.

    The fee to take the exam is $60 per attempt.

    The Oklahoma Real Estate Exam consists of 120 questions. This includes 80 for the National section and 40 for the State section.

    You will have 180 minutes (3 hours) to complete the entire exam.

    A passing score for the Oklahoma Real Estate Salesperson Exam is 60/80 on the National section and 30/40 on the State section.

    Immediately after completing your exam, you will receive a scoring document that states whether you passed or failed. If it is marked “Fail,” then you will see a breakdown of your score in the different areas of the exam. If you decide to retake the exam, use this as a guide for your studies.

    How Hard is the Oklahoma Real Estate Exam?

    The passing rate for the Oklahoma Real Estate Salesperson Exam is 75%. This test is purposefully difficult, but not impossible. Be sure to pay attention during your pre-license course and take studying seriously. If you put the proper effort forth, we know that you can pass on your first attempt!

    You can register to take your exam on the PSI Oklahoma Real Estate page. On this page, you will find some other helpful resources as well, including the Candidate Handbook and Content Outline.

    Before taking the exam, check out StateRequirement’s guide on How to Pass the Real Estate Exam. This in-depth guide works as a great partner to your pre-license course to prepare you to pass on your first attempt!


    Step 3. Fingerprinting and Background Check

    After passing your examination, the next step is to complete your fingerprinting and background check. The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission requires that all applicants have a background check performed before they can become a licensed real estate salesperson in Oklahoma.

    To begin this process, schedule an appointment to provide fingerprints through the vendor IdentoGO. When asked for the service code, choose Oklahoma Real Estate Commission from the dropdown list.

    The fee to complete your fingerprinting services is $60.

    Completing and turning in your fingerprints will begin the background check process. The Oklahoma Real Estate Commission will review any findings in your background report to ensure your eligibility. During this process, they may reach out to you to provide additional information or documentation to clear up any findings.

    For those who have criminal offenses or judgments against them, there’s a possibility that you may not be eligible for a real estate license in Oklahoma. If this is the case, you should submit documentation of your conviction and related documents.


    If you aren’t sure whether you are eligible for a real estate license based on your history, check out our article on Real Estate License Eligibility.


    Step 4. Real Estate License Application

    The last step to getting your real estate license in Oklahoma is to complete your license application.

    The fee for this application is $165. Along with your application, there will be a $15 fee that goes to the Oklahoma Real Estate Education and Recovery Fund.

    The completed application form must be mailed to the address below:

    Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
    Denver N. Davidson Building
    1915 N. Stiles, Suite 200
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105

    Applicants must provide a passport-type picture in the dimensions indicated on the application. The picture must not be older than twelve months from the date the application is delivered to the OREC.


    Step 5. Application Review

    Once you’ve completed all the requirements, you will only need to wait for your license to be issued. In most cases, this process should take about ten business days.

    A license can be issued in two ways:

    • If you decide to have your original license issued on “Inactive Status,” the pocket card will be sent to the licensee’s residence address of record
    • If the licensee decides to have a license issued on “Active Status,” the wall license and the pocket card will be mailed to the sponsoring broker’s office.

    If you have any questions at this point, you should contact Oklahoma Real Estate Commission at (405) 521-3387 or



    Be sure to take some time to celebrate your accomplishment. You’ve put in a lot of work and effort and deserve a celebration!

    Oklahoma Real Estate License FAQ

    How Much Does it Cost to Get a Real Estate License in Oklahoma?

    All Oklahoma fees: $300

    Real Estate Pre-Licensing Education (Estimated): $377-$528

    The total estimated cost to get an Oklahoma Real Estate license is $680-$830.


    How Long Does it Take to Get an Oklahoma Insurance License?

    The two steps that take the most time when getting your license are pre-license education and test preparation. The average amount of time that people take from start to finish is generally 3-6 months.

    If you dedicate a full-time schedule to this process and study hard, you could possibly complete this process in 2 months. We wouldn’t recommend trying to go any faster than this. Take your time to study and prepare yourself for the exam.


    How to Get an Oklahoma Commercial Real Estate License?

    To sell commercial real estate in Oklahoma, a standard Salesperson or Broker license is all that you need. There is no specific “commercial real estate license”.

    If you wish to take on a career selling specifically commercial real estate, choose a broker that handles the types of deals that you want to be a part of.


    Are There any Real Estate Jobs Open Around Me?

    Check out StateRequirement Jobs to find open real estate jobs in your area!

    OREC – Oklahoma Real Estate Commission

    Mailing Address: 

    Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
    Denver N. Davidson Building
    1915 N. Stiles, Suite 200
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105

    Phone: (405) 521-3387

    Fax: (405) 521-2189



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