Real Estate Certification Program

Providing relevant education when you need it and how you want it

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Our Vision

Providing Quality and Accessible Real Estate Education for the state of Indiana

Indiana's leading real estate school, owned by the Indiana Association of REALTORS®, is in business to help your business. Educating new brokers and keeping existing REALTORS® current is what we do. RECP is opening the doors of the classroom for REALTORS®. 

New Broker Post Licensing Education Special

New brokers still have a lot to learn. Let RECP guide you with our revamped post licensing course that covers practical topics for running your business. This course provides the latest on real estate transactions, financing, business planning, marketing and more. Enter promo code POST2022 at checkout to save $30 off the online post licensing course until Dec 1, 2022.

12-Hour Member Benefit 2022 CE Now Available

Attention REALTORS®! As an Indiana Association of REALTORS® member, twelve hours of cost-free online continuing education is yours each year. No need to purchase the 2022 Member Benefit 12-hour OnDemand CE Package; it has been added to your RECP account. To access, click on Course Login at the top right of this page.

Start your real estate career from home with RECP's Zoom class

RECP is now offering its live classes in a live online virtual ZOOM format. Complete your entire 90-hour prelicense course live through ZOOM or choose the OnDemand/online course.
Requirements for

Becoming A Broker

Thinking about starting a career in real estate? You've come to the right place!  Take the first step by enrolling in RECP's prelicense broker course--available in onsite or online formats.
Step 1
Take and pass a broker pre-licensing course. Ninety hours of class time is required by the IN Real Estate Commission--make them count by choosing RECP. Choose between our live virtual or online course.
Step 2
Take and pass your state/national exam. This is scheduled through PSI once you’ve passed your RECP prelicense course.
Step 3
Apply for your license with the state. Pay a one-time application fee and submit your application to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.