Please read the info below for more details regarding our courses and school policies.
Requirements To be eligilble to get your Hawaii Real Estate Salesperson License you must be at least 18 years old, be a United States citizen or authorized to work in the U.S. (including have a SS #), possess a reputation for or record of competency, honesty, truthfulness, financial integrity and fair dealing. and have received a high school education or its equivalent.
How to Get your Hawaii Real Estate License
Visit http://cca.hawaii.gov/reb/ for more information on getting your license. Students are required to pass the prelicensing course, pass their state exam (adminstered through the company PSI Exams), and submit their application to the State of Hawaii. Students also need to work with a brokerage and pay any necessary application fees, as well as wait 3-4 weeks for their applications to be reviewed and approved.
Students from any island can take the course because the course curriculum is standardized state-wide, and the state exam is the same for students regardless of where the student resides. In addition, the the license is good state-wide meanings students from Oahu can sell real estate in Kauai and vice versa. Students from Oahu, Big Island, Maui, Kauai, and Lanai can all take the same course and will learn all of the necessary information to pass their State Licensing Exam. The course, exam and license are all good state-wide.
To Pass This Course
To successfully pass the Live Hawaii Real Estate Salesperson Prelicensing course students must attend all of the classes, take all quizzes and successfully pass their exam with a 70% or higher. Students may re-take their exam for no additional fee (if needed).
Students taking the online course must complete the online course within one year of their registration date (the date that you make your payment).
Students who exceed the time limit on the course may pay for an extension ($100) if they reach out to the school director prior to their expiration date by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who are expired will need to pay the entire course fee again.
In the unlikely event the Maui Real Estate School cancels the Live Hawaii Prelicensing class, a full refund will be provided if the student decides not to reschedule to a later class date, provided the student mails back an unmarked book with one week of notification of the class cancellation.
The Maui Real Estate School reserves the right to require the withdrawal at any time of any students who, in the judgment of the school, is not respectful of the instructor or other students, who downgrades and interferes with the attempts of other students in the class, who threatens or otherwise intimidates any student or instructor in any way, or who practices academic dishonestly. No refunds will be provided.
Final Exam - Passing scores of 70% on both the General & State portions of the final exam are required to complete the Hawaii Real Estate Salesperson Course. (75% for Broker Students) The final exam may be taken over again with no additional fee required!
Certificate of Completion - Upon successful completion of the course, a Certificate of Completion will be issued. Students must submit an email by Sunday evening in order to receive their certificate on Wednesday. Certificates are created every Mon/Tues and sent out on Wednesdays. If a student requires an "immediate" certificate, a $50 expeditate fee is required. Certificates are sent out via email. Students will need to print out the certificate on a full size piece of paper (8 1/2 by 11).
This certificate is required to be presented at the testing center or online test in order to take the State exam. Upon receiving their certificates, students should check all information for accuracy against their state ID. Re-issuance of Certificates - Lost certificates may only be replaced only within two years of attending class. A fee of $25.00 will be charged for each replacement certificate provided.
Your completion certificate is effective for two years from the date of issue, allowing you take the licensing exam anytime during that period.
The Hawaii State Licensing Division has created an online Education System that requires all licensees or potential licensees to create an eHawaii individual account prior to taking their state licensing exam for a Salesperson Prelicense Course. If you have any questions on creating your account, please contact 808-695-4620.
The exam has two parts the "Uniform" portion covering general real estate principles and practices and the "State Law" section dealing with specific Hawaii statutes.
The exam consists of multiple choice questions only. Each section of the exam is graded separately and requires a passing score of 70% each. Candidates that fail either portion of the exam may retake the exam and need only retake the part of the exam failed. Forms and detailed information regarding the State exam will be provided during the course. After successful completion of course, bring your Certificate to the Exam which is administered through PSI Testing. (Pay for Exam through PSI) Click here to go to the testing schedule on PSI website.
Anyone who successfully passes the State Salesperson exam must apply for their license, in writing, within two (2) years of passing the salesperson's examination date, or their test scores will be declared invalid, and they will need to retake the exam. Licensing fees must be paid at the time of application to the State of Hawaii. For more information on the State exam please contact PSI directly at 1-800-733-9267 or visit their website.
For more information regarding Real Estate Licensing in Hawaii, please call the Hawaii Real Estate Commission at (808) 586-2643 or visit their website at: http://www.hawaii.gov/hiresc
Pre-licensing Course Curriculum History & Development of HI Real EstateLand, Land Elements and Water Personal Property and Fixtures Estates & Interests in Real PropertyEasements Restrictions & Adverse Possession Methods of Ownership Hawaii License Laws Federal Fair Housing & HI Discrimination Law Agency & Ethics Listing ContractsSales ContractsHawaii Standard Form Documents Escrow and evidence of titleTransfer of title – wills, decent and deeds Financing Liens and foreclosures Truth in lending and real estate settlement procedures act (RESPA) Property Management and Leasing Land description Appraising Government Land Use Controls (Zoning, Building Ordinances and Environmental Disclosures) Real Property Tax CondominiumsCo-operativesTime Sharing Planned Development Housing
Excellence in Education LLC Maui Real Estate School 808-212-4861 www.mauirealestateschool.com email@example.com 808-212-4861
The Maui Real Estate School is registered with the State of Hawaii and approved to offer this mandated course for licensure. Sorry, no refunds.