Please note that due to the spread of COVID-19 all PSI testing centers are currently closed. The LREC will continue to accept applications at this time. However, new applications will remain in a pending status until these testing centers reopen. The LREC will begin issuing exam approval letters once PSI resumes normal operations.
To apply for a broker license you must:
- have been actively licensed, in any state/jurisdiction, for at least four years, with two of the four years immediately preceding submission of a broker license application
- have obtained a high school diploma or equivalency certificate (GED)
- show proof of successful completion of 150 classroom hours or its equivalent in courses specified and approved by the LREC
- comply with all application procedures required by the LREC
- pass the broker licensing examination
- must provide proof of mandatory errors and omissions insurance prior to issuance of a license
Broker/Associate Broker Pre-Licensing Checklist If you meet the above requirements, use this step-by-step guide to obtaining your Louisiana Real Estate Broker or Associate Broker License.
For more information on each step of obtaining a Louisiana Real Estate Broker or Associate Broker License review the topics listed on the sidebar of this page.