First Year Post Licensing

Initial real estate licenses in Nevada are valid for 12 consecutive months, expiring the last day of the month during which you obtain your license. Each licensing period thereafter is for a period of 24 consecutive months. During the first year, new licensees are required to attend instruction for a total of 30 hours with the specific courses outlined. We offer sessions on weekdays throughout the month. Visit our schedule for updated classes and call to register.





What You‘ll Learn

Post-licensing is used synonymously with post-license education. It’s the state-mandated education requirement for new realtors. To keep your real estate license active, you need to complete post-licensing training before your first license renewal. So, if in your state’s real estate licenses expire after two years, you have two years to complete your post-licensing education. As we mentioned above, post-licensing requirements are mandated and managed by individual states, but almost every state does have some post-licensing requirements.

What You Get By Enrolling

Flexible Schedule

Approved By Nevada Real Estate Division

Comprehensive Course Material

Individual Course Modules

It is recommended that all modules required to complete the post licensing be taken in the format above but Real Estate School of Nevada does offer the ability to take the course by selecting and enrolling in specific modules within the post licensing course. Licensees who hold designation and/or permit such as Broker Salesperson, Property Management or Business Broker must take an additional 3 hours (outside of Post Licensing) for their first renewal. If you have any questions please email or call (702) 454-1936.

Professional Conduct & Ethics

(Module E)

3 Hours – POST.01016-RE

Professional Conduct & Ethics


Agency Relationships

(Module H)

2 Hours – POST.02016-RE

Contracts- Qualifying Prospects and the Writingand Presenting of a Purchase Agreement


Real Estate Contracts

(Module A)

4 Hours – POST.03016-RE Real Estate

Contracts- Qualifying Prospects and the Writingand Presenting of a Purchase Agreemen


The Listing Process

(Module B)

3 Hours – POST.04016-RE

The Listing Process, Market Analysis, and Inspections


Buyer Representation

(Module D)

3 Hours–POST.05016-RE brokerage

contracts, fiduciary duties,disclosures co- operation between agents and new home tracks


Negotiation / Cost of Sale

(Module N-G)

3 Hours – POST.06016-RE

Negotiation/ Cost of Sale, Cost Sheets, and Net Proceeds of Sale


Escrow, Title and Closing Processes

(Module L-M)

3 Hours – POST.07016-RE

Escrow, Title and Closing, Processes/Financing


Regulatory Disclosures

(Module J-F)

3 Hours – POST.08016-RE

Regulatory Disclosures, Including Disclosures Required by Federal, State & Local Governments Advertising


Land, Property Management, & Tax

(Module I, K & O)

3 Hours – POST.10016-RE

Land/Property Management/Tax opportunities and liabilities related to the client.


Communications, Technology and Records Management

(Module C)

2 Hours – POST.09016-RE

Communications, Technology and records management including time management, goal setting and devising a plan of action.