Managing Broker

Managing Broker

Manging Broker Class
Managing Broker

Become A Managing Broker

Starting your own real estate firm involves reams of paperwork and a whole lot of planning; however, managing your own firm can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your professional career.  With the recent changes in the license law, broker-owners in Indiana are referred to as the “Managing Broker” of the firm.  To become a Managing Broker, you must meet the following qualifications:

 

·         Hold a broker’s license for at least two years

 

·         Complete a 24-hour Managing Broker Course

 

RECP offers both onsite and OnDemand Managing Broker courses. Both courses require passing a 25-question exam.

 

Managing Broker

Indiana requires two years of field experience as an agent before being eligible to sit for the broker's test or become a managing broker. A managing broker is a broker who has the responsibility to manage an office or agency, all aspects of operations and the conduct and compliance of other agents in the office.
Becoming a Managing Broker
Learn what you need to know about becoming a managing broker. 
What is a Managing Broker
The guidelines for a Managing Broker in Indiana.
Managing Broker Application
Apply for designation as a Managing Broker or Managing Broker reassignment.