Unlock Your Real Estate Career in Alberta

Are you ready to turn your passion for real estate into a rewarding and lucrative career? At Move Faster, we're here to guide you every step of the way on your journey to becoming a licensed realtor in Alberta.

Why Choose a Career in Real Estate in Alberta?

Alberta's real estate market is thriving, offering exciting opportunities for individuals seeking a dynamic career. Whether you're looking for a fresh start or a transition from another profession, the real estate industry in Alberta welcomes dedicated and driven individuals with open arms.

Steps to Becoming a Licensed Realtor in Alberta

If you're interested in being a real estate agent in Alberta, you've come to the right place. 

Step 1. Education:

Your journey begins with the right education. We'll help you navigate through the required real estate courses and programs to ensure you're well-prepared for success. You have 5 options for courses: 

Course Options in Alberta

Alberta Real Estate Association 

Alberta Real Estate School

REDI Canada


Rise Real Estate Academy

Step 2. Licensing: 

It is mandatory to have a license to practice real estate in Alberta. That's where RECA (Real Estate Council of Alberta) comes into play—as the province's governing body for the industry, the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) provides the guidance, education, and licensing you need in order to become a real estate licensee. Your relationship with RECA will start with the educational courses above and then your RECA licence; your relationship then continues with yearly re-licensing, and continual guidance, advice, and resources to support your career. Do you think you have what it takes to join Alberta's over 12,000 real estate licensees? We'll guide you through the licensing process, ensuring you meet all the necessary requirements to become a certified Realtor in Alberta. 

Step 3. Training:

Training for New Agents

At Move Faster, we understand that starting a career in real estate can be both exciting and challenging. That's why we prioritize comprehensive training to equip new agents with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to succeed in Alberta's competitive real estate market.

Our Training Approach

Our training program is designed to be accessible and tailored to the unique needs of new real estate agents. Here's what you can expect from our training:

Ongoing Support

Our commitment to your success doesn't end with the training program. We provide ongoing support to new agents, including:

  • Regular check-ins and progress assessments.
  • Access to a network of experienced professionals for advice and guidance.
  • Continuing education opportunities to stay up-to-date with industry changes.

Ready to Start Your Journey?

If you're eager to kickstart your career as a real estate agent in Alberta and want to benefit from comprehensive training and ongoing support, Move Faster is here for you. Contact us today to learn more about our training program and how we can help you achieve success in Alberta's real estate market.

Why Choose Move Faster?

Experienced Professionals: Our team consists of experienced real estate experts ready to share their knowledge and insights with you.

Comprehensive Resources: Access a wealth of resources, including study materials, practice exams, and industry connections to jumpstart your career.

Ongoing Support: We're here for you even after you become a licensed realtor. Our support continues as you build your real estate career.

Get Started Today

Don't wait any longer to embark on your real estate journey in Alberta. Contact us today to learn more about the steps to becoming a licensed realtor and access the resources and support you need for a successful career. Your future in Alberta's real estate market awaits!

What are the costs associated with becoming a Realtor?

You can choose up to four practice areas, however, we only require you to choose one to be licensed:

  • property management: leasing properties on behalf of an owner and dealing with tenant
  • residential: helping clients buy and sell residential properties (up to four individual units)
  • rural: helping clients buy and sell farms and ranches
  • commercial: helping clients buy, sell or lease office, industrial, retail or multi-residential properties (more than four individual units)

Regulators by province/territory

British Columbia: BC Financial Services Authority

Alberta: Real Estate Council Alberta

Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission

Manitoba: The Manitoba Securities Commission

Ontario: The Real Estate Council of Ontario

Quebec: The Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec

New Brunswick: The New Brunswick Real Estate Association (the real estate industry in New Brunswick is co-regulated with the Financial and Consumer Services Commission)

Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission

Prince Edward Island: Prince Edward Island Real Estate Association (See more information on government requirements

Newfoundland and Labrador: Pre-licence training is delivered by NL Association of REALTORS® on behalf of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, who regulates the real estate industry in the province

Yukon: The Government of Yukon

Northwest Territories: Municipal and Community Affairs, Government of Northwest Territories

Nunavut: Government of Nunavut

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