Alabama Salesperson Pre-Licensing Course Pricing and Packages
60-Hr. Alabama Salesperson Real Estate License Packages
60-Hr. Online Interactive Courses
Alabama requires one course to get your real estate license: a 60-Hour Salesperson Pre‑Licensing Course.
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Treated like a 40-hour work week, your education can be completed quickly so you can move on with your new real estate career.
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We teach through interaction, which is proven to be a far more effective method of learning than simply reading a boring PDF. LEAP, our proprietary content delivery platform, makes it easy for you to engage with the content you need to grow your business.Take Our Course Tour »
How to Pass Your Exam
Once you complete your Pre-Licensing education, you’ll take your state licensing exam. To better prepare you to ace the exam, we’ve built the industry’s most comprehensive interactive Exam Prep. This is included in our Standard, Value, and Premium packages, and you can start by taking an assessment to gauge your competencies for each topic.Shop Exam Prep »
Why Choose The CE Shop?
Up-To-Date Content and Platform
Content is the key to your success, and we’re constantly updating our courses to keep up with industry changes. We want you to learn, grow, and succeed through the most revolutionary ideas in education.
You shouldn’t have to pay for something that isn’t right for you. We value your time, money, and effort, and we prove it by offering your money back within 30 days of purchase if your course isn’t yet 50% complete.
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Online Vs. Classroom
Classrooms can be inconvenient and offer outdated education. We’ve built LEAP, our custom online learning solution, to engage students with interactive content featuring real-world scenarios.
We know life can get busy. By learning online, you can access your course whenever you want, wherever you are. Have time first thing in the morning? That’s great. Awake at 2 AM? Hop online and pick up where you left off!
Learning online means you can take your course whenever you have the time, so shouldn’t you have support when you need it? We’re here for you 7 days a week via phone, chat, and email.
Most providers don’t publish their students' pass rates. We pride ourselves on having some of the highest pass rates in the industry. Learn More »
See What Our Past Pre-Licensing Students Have To Say
We’ve helped launch the careers of thousands of new real estate agents. Read what they thought of their courses in the reviews below.
What does it take to get a real estate license in Alabama?
Candidates must pass the Alabama state-approved course totaling 60 credit hours. Once this is completed, the student is allowed to sit for the Alabama Salesperson Licensing Exam. Read all 6 steps to get your license »
What kind of information will I learn in a course from The CE Shop?
Your coursework from The CE Shop is comprehensive and up to date with current trends. Courses are designed to help you pass your Alabama licensing exam and prepare you for your new career in real estate.
The real estate industry is very dynamic. That's why we'll give you insight on issues facing real estate agents in Alabama, including local government regulations and agency relationships.
Every topic we cover is inspired by real-life scenarios you'll face as a salesperson in Alabama.