1-973-314-4436 (Voice & Text) 188 Elm Street, Westfield, New Jersey 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
EZ Real Estate CE Real Estate School

About EZ Real Estate CE, LLC

EZ Real Estate CE, LLC is licensed by the New Jersey Real Estate Commission to provide pre-license training courses for both real estate salesperson and broker candidates. Our class room instruction is held held online and at the lower level of 188 Elm Street, Westfield, NJ.

Our Mission

Our goal is to provide a comprehensive learning environment to enable real estate saleperson and broker candidates to gain fundamental industry knowledge and to pass both our school exam and the New Jersey state license exam on the first attempt. Our objective is to achieve the highest first time pass rate for the state exam of any school in the state. To that end, we provide a range of learning tools combined with a well presented course curriculum. Our instructor has decades of real estate and mortgage experience encompassing residential and commercial sales and financing. We welcome you to contact us with any questions you might have regarding our programs.

How to Get a Real Estate License

In order to be licensed as a Real Estate Salesperson by the New Jersey Real Estate Commission (the “REC” or the “Real Estate Commission”), a prospective candidate must (among other requirements):

  • Be over 18 years of age, have the equivalent of a high school education and legally reside in the United States;
  • Complete a 75 hour Real Estate Salesperson Pre-license Course;
  • Pass a state real estate exam required by the Real Estate Commission;
  • Answer a series of prescreening questions intended to satisfy the REC of the candidate’s honesty, trustworthiness and integrity;
  • Submit to a criminal background check and fingerprinting;
  • Gain sponsorship by a New Jersey licensed real estate broker, and
  • Submit an application to the New Jersey Real Estate Commission.

License candidates have one year from the date on their Course Completion Certificate to complete fingerprinting, gain broker sponsorship and submit a license application to the NJ REC. Failure to file an application within one year will require retaking the pre-license course, including the school exam and retaking the state real estate exam.

We strongly suggest that any candidate who has a history of public records (criminal convictions, disorderly person offenses and the like) contact the Real Estate Commission PRIOR TO registering for the Real Estate Salesperson Pre-license Course to better understand whether they are eligible for licensure. (relic@dobi.nj.gov).

Why Consider Real Estate Sales?

Unlimited Financial Opportunity. There were approximately 4,600 single family residential real estate sales in Union County, New Jersey in 2018. This sales activity generated over $200 million in commissions for real estate brokers and salespersons involved. Likewise, the surrounding areas are very active markets with tremendous opportunity for licensed real estate professionals.

Technology Driven Change. Today's real estate markets are rapidly being transformed by technological change that is upending referral patterns and the way the real estate business is being conducted. This creates opportunity for creative real estate licensees to capture their fair share of this reallocation of market economics.

Rewarding New Career Challenge. The rewards of real estate sales go way beyond economic opportunity. Real estate sales involves the largest financial asset of most families. The skilled handling of a real estate sale is both important and satisfying. Real estate sales offers flexible hours and the need to exercise creativity in solving marketing and business challenges. It is an interesting, fast paced and richly satisfying career opportunity.