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New York 75 - Hour Salesperson Qualifying Course

The 75 hour Salesperson's Qualifying course is now being offered through the Long Island Board of REALTORS®.

NYS Requirements for Licensing as a Salesperson

  • At least 18 years old
  • Have a current NYS photo driver’s license or non-driver ID card
  • Successfully complete the 75-hour salesperson qualifying education course
  • Pass proctored school exam
  • Pass the NYS Real Estate Salesperson exam ($15)
  • Be sponsored by a NYS licensed Real Estate Broker
  • Submit a completed application and pay the required licensing fee ($65) to the Department of State


Online classes offer you the convenience of flexible scheduling as well as the ability to work from a remote location at your own pace.



75 Hr. RE Licensing Course Online

Dates: 24/7 
Expires 12 months
after sign-up date.

Online Information Policies & Registration

In the Classroom

The classroom environment offers you face to face interaction with your instructor and opportunity to network with your fellow classmates.

Includes Book & Review Class
Great Deal


Register 5 business days before course
$365 - thereafter


  • 75-Hr. NY RE Licensing course
  • NY RE Complete Guide required Textbook
  • DOS Support Materials
  • Calculator, Notebook, and highlighter
  • Helpful Review Materials
  • Completion Certificate
Current Schedule, Classroom Information, Policies & Registration

Licensing - Online

75-hour NY Salesperson License Qualifying Course in New York

Long Island Board of Realtors Online Information & Policies as of January 1, 2013. Please read the following important course information prior to registering for this course. 

The tuition fee for the 75-hour online salesperson qualifying pre-license course is $325.

If you have any questions about the course prior to enrolling, please call our registration staff at 631 661-4800 ext 2, or email us at

If you have any questions regarding course material or require any assistance after enrolling, you can email the school, Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at, or call 631.661.4800 ext 2. All calls and emails will be returned within 24 hours not including weekends or holidays. 

LIBOR Online School Policies

Course Completion

Students who enroll must complete the course within one year from date of purchase. Any uncompleted course work after one year of purchase date is void and student would be subject to full tuition to reactivate and begin again.

You may purchase a 2-month extension for:
Salesperson Pre-licensing Course = $150

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  You MUST complete and pass a proctored TEST before you take the New York State Test!  After you successfully complete the online course, contact LIBOR Education Department to schedule an in-person test at one of LIBOR’s 4 Realtor Service Centers.  
The passing grade for the onsite exam is 70%.The Long Island Board of Realtors® is required to report successful course completions to the Department of State, Division of Licensing in the state of NY prior to the student sitting for the New York state exam. Students will be required to sign an online course affidavit during their proctored final exam stating they solely have completed the online course and they are taking the final school exam.


Prelicensing refunds are available up to fifteen (15) calendar days after the date of enrollment and a refund fee of $25 will be charged. No refunds or credits will be given thereafter.

Students who register and pay for the online course may be able to review specific classroom based topic(s), subject to Director of Education approval. However, students who wish to completely transfer to a classroom delivery licensing course must do so within three (3) months of the purchase date and will be subject to an additional fee and schedule availability.  If you would like to transfer into a classroom course, you may also be required to purchase additional materials.  The textbook for the online course is different from the classroom course textbook and will cost an additional $25.


For instructor support and guidance, you can reach a licensed real estate instructor by e-mailing your question to: The instructor or a qualified member of our staff will reply by e-mail within 24 hours (Monday-Friday, not including holidays).

For all technical issues with the course, (i.e. can’t log-in, don’t remember password) students can reach technical support staff by phone at 1-888-827-0777 or Technical support is available from Mon - Fri 8:00am - 10:00pm ET, Sat and Sun 10:00am – 7:00pm ET.

Supplemental Materials

Although a textbook is not required, you can purchase the course textbook for an additional fee of $40.00 at any of our Board Offices listed below.

School Exam

The exam for this course is a proctored exam which means students must take the exam in person. The exam has 75 questions and students are given two hours to complete.  Students have a total of two (2) separate attempts to pass the school’s final exam; students failing the end of course exam a second time will be required to pay for and complete the entire course again should they wish to continue. 

Students will be required to bring a government issued picture ID to the proctored exam site. All exams must be administered by a proctor within the state of New York. The Long Island Board of Realtors offers the proctored final exam at the following locations: 

Realtor Service Center – West Babylon (HEADQUARTERS)
346 Sunrise Hgwy.
West Babylon, NY
(631) 661-4800 ext. 387 or 329

Realtor Service Center
100 Crossways Park Drive West – Suite 106
Woodbury, NY
(631) 661-4800 ext. 421 or 422

Realtor Service Center
75-35 31st Avenue – Suite 207
Jackson Heights, NY 11370
(631) 661-4800 ext. 425

Realtor Service Center
185 Old Country Road
Riverhead, NY 11901
(631) 661-4800 ext. 423

Please contact our school to schedule an exam date and site.

The LIBOR proctored exam is separate from the State of New York Real Estate Salesperson exam, however, this NYS required course will not be considered completed until you pass the LIBOR course exam.

You can schedule a test date for the state exam by logging on to the Department of States website here, and creating an account.  This is also the Department of State's real estate management system where you will apply for your license and eventually renew your license.

Students must recognize that distance learning requires a great amount of motivation and dedication. In many cases students will find that distance learning is a more difficult method of study as compared to classroom-based education.

Thank you for your business. If there is anything we can do to make your course experience more enjoyable, please let us know.

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