New York State Dept. of State requires applicants for NYS Broker licensing to show proof of completing 120 hours of approved education. Broker pre-licensing applicants will be required to show proof of completing the 45-hour salesperson course, the 30-hour remedial course and the 45-hour NYS broker course, or the 75 salesperson course and the 45-hour broker course. You must be 20 years of age to become a NYS Licensed Broker. Also, you must have two years of experience as a New York State Real Estate Salesperson before becoming a New York State Real Estate Broker. Be a citizen or lawfully admitted provide proof of experience of two full years and 3500 points earned as a licensed real estate salesperson (Realtor), or three full years and 5250 points earned in equivalent experience acceptable to the Department of State (Investor, Mortgage Loan processing, Commercial Leasing/Financing, etc.), and Pass the NYS Department of State (DOS) Real Estate Broker licensing exam ($15), and Apply for NYS Broker license ($155 for two years) Complete the 45- Hour Brokers Course today! (As of December 21, 2022 these requirements will change) Now is the time, if you are considering a Brokers License in NY, the state will not allow you to be “Grandfathered”.