To Become a Real Estate Agent in Canada, you have to be at least 18 years of age. Besides, Earn a Canadian high school diploma or equivalent. In addition, Become fluent in English. Other than that, check the course requirements of your resident province. Moreover, Complete the Real Estate Associate’s Program (REAP) as well as the courses offered online by the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) to qualify for a license in Alberta. Furthermore, apply for work with a broker who is responsible for applying for the candidate’s license as well as registration from RECA. Otherwise, undergo an investigation into your background, per British Columbia’s Real Estate Services Act. Apart from that, select the real estate career path you want to pursue in British Columbia.
You need to pursue the appropriate licensing course of study from the University of British Columbia Real Estate Division. Additionally, complete a 15-day licensing course in Nova Scotia and correctly answer 70 percent of the exam to pass. If you do not achieve this score in three tries, you must take the licensing course again. Besides that, complete the “Application for a Salesperson” form as well as a Schedule “A” and have your broker sign the forms. You should submit the forms along with your exam letter, a copy of your birth certificate, your driver’s license as well as the appropriate fees to the Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission. Last, you can complete the Real Estate Council of Ontario’s pre-registration courses administered by the Ontario Real Estate Association.