NH PASSED A LAW REQUIRING APPLICANTS FOR THE SALESPERSON EXAM TO SHOW COMPLETION OF 40 HOURS OF APPROVED NH EDUCATION. OUR COURSE MEETS THIS 40-HOUR REQUIREMENT BETWEEN THE HOURS TAKEN IN THE 6 WEEKS & WEEKEND REVIEW.
To practice real estate in NH, you need to take the salesperson exam to get a salesperson license. This allows you to work in real estate under a real estate broker (e.g., Berkshire Hathaway, etc.). Once you have worked as a salesperson for at least a year, and accumulated 60 hours of approved NH education, you can take the broker exam. This allows you to get a broker license and work for yourself (if you wish), or you may continue to work as an associate broker under your existing principal broker.
To pass the Salesperson exam in NH, you need to take a 140 question, 2-part exam (general real estate knowledge and NH state laws) and get at least a 70% on each part.
We have 6-week courses available to you (Manchester) starting every two months +/- (except for the winter). The course prepares you for the exam given by the State (Click here for our yearly schedule of classes). There are two options available to you. They are identical and interchangeable, class size permitting. We also include a weekend review in Manchester. This review covers testing, strategy and review of question covered in the 6-week course - and is included in the cost of the course.
The cost of the course includes the book, all handouts, the 6-week classes, a 650+ question practicum and the weekend review. Students must also pay a $155 exam fee ($170 for brokers) and $25 criminal check fee directly to the State. We provide the forms in the first class.
Kathy Roosa School of Real Estate
aka New England School of Real Estate
P.O. Box 3296, Manchester, NH 03105
207-351-3335, 603-666-4567 fax