Kansas MLO Exam Info

Specific Kansas MLO Exam Content: There is no such thing as a "standard" mortgage loan originator Exam. All states have varied content from each other. This is why we spend so much time preparing the individual content for the Kansas MLO exam keeping up with the changes as they occur in Kansas.

MLO Practice Exams are organized into categories: When studying for your Kansas MLO exam it is important to know your areas of weakness. We have taken the time to divide up the content into categories such as Federal Law, Loan Origination, General Loan knowledge and ethics. Each Category is graded separately to make it easier to identify and focus on your areas of weakness. Also included are master MLO Exams which incorporate all of the different categories into one test to help prepare you for your Kansas MLO Exam.

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Obtaining a real estate license in Kansas, or other states in which you may have interest in doing business is not difficult, if you know what to expect. The process is slightly different from state to state. Each state has adopted and enforces its own laws and regulations regarding the practice of real estate. So you must study for the Kansas real estate exam specifically.  For this reason, RealEstateStudyAid.com focuses on Kansas information to help you prepare for the Brokers or Salesperson exam.

For admittance to the exam, candidates must show one of the following:

A. Certificate of completion for the Kansas pre-license course (salesperson's - 30-hour Principles of Real Estate course; broker's - 24-hour Broker Pre-License Course). It is recommended candidates have in their possession the certificate of completion before contacting Promissor to make an exam reservation.

B. For candidates applying based on equivalent requirements met in another state, proof of a current real estate license in another state as demonstrated by one of the following:
1) license or pocket card;
2) certification of licensure issued by the state's licensing agency
3) license record printed from the state's licensing agency's web site; or
4) waiver issued by the Kansas Real Estate Commission

Salesperson Applicants
(not currently licensed in another state)

  • 18 or more years of age
  • high school diploma or its equivalent
  • 30-hour Principles of Real Estate course approved by the Kansas Real Estate Commission
  • (Effective 7/1/07) fingerprints, waiver form and $64 cashier's check or money order payable to KREC to obtain KBI/FBI background checks.
    Click the following link for FAQs regarding fingerprint/background checks
  • (Effective 7/1/07) 30-hour Kansas Practice course approved by the Kansas Real Estate Commission (file certificate of completion with license application to KREC within 6 months of course completion date)
  • pass both parts (general and state) of the Kansas licensing examination within 12 months of the completion date of the Principles of Real Estate course
  • file an application for license within four months of the examination pass date (if the two parts of the examination were passed on different dates, the four-month time period begins from the earlier examination date) (Effective 7/1/07, the filing deadline will be extended to six months.)
  • license application signed by a supervising or branch broker who certifies that the applicant is honest, trustworthy and of good reputation and who will be responsible for supervising the applicant's real estate activities (an original license cannot be issued on inactive status)
  • file a nonresident form with the license application, if applicable
  • file a current certification of license from any jurisdictions that have ever issued a real estate license to you with the license application

Broker Applicants
(not currently licensed in another state)

  • 18 or more years of age
  • high school diploma or its equivalent
  • (Effective 7/1/07) fingerprints, waiver form and $64 cashier's check or money order payable to KREC to obtain KBI/FBI background checks.
    Click the following link for FAQs regarding fingerprint/background checks
  • 24-hour Broker Pre-License course approved by the Kansas Real Estate Commission
  • pass both parts (general and state) of the Kansas licensing examination within 12 months of the course completion date
  • file an application for license within four months of the examination pass date (if the two parts of the examination were passed on different dates, the four-month time period begins from the earlier examination date) (Effective 7/1/07, the filing deadline will be extended to six months.)
  • license application signed by a supervising or branch broker if the applicant is not applying as a supervising broker
  • include, with the application for license, the experience pages to provide detailed information to demonstrate the applicant meets the experience requirement
  • file a nonresident form with the license application, if applicable
  • file a current certification of license from any jurisdictions that have ever issued a real estate license to you with the license application
for more detailed information go to http://www.accesskansas.org/krec/



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