Article Summary: This article will help anyone looking for information pertaining to a real estate license in the state of Wyoming or anyone looking to become a real estate agent or realtor in Wyoming. Contents of this article may include information on real estate education, schools, training courses, continuing education, tests and exams, laws, license requirements, renewal information, forms and more..
The Wyoming Real Estate Commission,
under the Wyoming Secretary of State, administers the Real Estate license Law of 1971 from
its home office in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The requirements for a real estate salesperson license in Wyoming include being
sponsored by a Wyoming licensed real estate broker who will supervise and train the
salesperson. The applicant needs to successfully complete at least 54 hours of approved
real estate education courses at an approved real
estate school, consisting of 30 hours of Salesperson I and 24 hours of
Salesperson II. Then the applicant must successfully pass the salesperson real
The requirements for a real estate broker license in Wyoming
include having at least
two years of active experience as a real estate salesperson, or furnishing proof
indicating holding a degree in real estate from an accredited university or college. In
most cases, but not all, applicants for the real estate broker license must not have had a
real estate license refused or revoked in any state, or been convicted of any felony.
Broker applicants need to have successfully completed at least 54 hours of approved
prelicensure education (30 hours of Broker I and 24 hours of Broker II) courses and need
to successfully pass the broker real estate examinations.
All real estate applicants need to have reached the age of majority, and must provide
proof that they bear a good reputation for honesty, trustworthiness, integrity and have
the competence to transact business as a licensed agent.
Once licensed, all real estate agents need to successfully complete 45 hours of
continuing education courses during every three-year renewal period. 24 of these hours are
courses that need to be repeated during every three year period, and they are:
- Marketplace Issues – 8 hours
- Contracting, Trust Account and Closing – 8 hours
- Practical Applications – 8 hours
The remaining 21 of the 45 hours are devoted to electives.
Wyoming real estate licenses are issued for a three-year period. Agents are given a
60-day grace period in which to renew their licenses, and there is a fee for late renewal.
Every real estate license in Wyoming must carry Error and Omissions
You can locate Wyoming real estate forms
from the commission's main website.
Real estate careers are strengthened by membership in the many organizations that provide
services for the professional agent. Organizations like the Wyoming
Association of Realtors and the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB)
assist many in locating real estate jobs within the industry. The Association of Real
Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) and The National
Association of Realtors (NAR), the world's largest
professional association, are excellent resources for real estate education and