Thank you for your interest in the Watson School of Real Estate. Our pre-licensing courses are offered as one week daytime classes, 5 week evening classes and 3 weekend sessions. For upcoming dates, please review our current schedule of classes. If you have any questions, please email our registrar at: rjanasik@WatsonRealtyCorp.com.
Pre-registration is required for all classes. The tuition is $299, and includes THE BOOKS, THE COURSE, INSTRUCTOR MATERIALS and optional SER (State Exam Review sessions). To assure a reservation in the sales associate course, Please fill out the Registration/ Payment Form provided in the Link below, and return by either mail, fax or scan email to:
Watson School of Real Estate
Attention: Robin Janasik - Director
7821 Deercreek Club Rd., Suite 102
Jacksonville, Florida 32256
Phone: (904) 596-5950
To enter the real estate profession you must obtain a license from the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC). This can be achieved by meeting the following criteria:
- You must be 18 years of age.
- You must have a high school diploma or the equivalent.
- You must have successfully completed a State required 63 Hr. Pre-licensing education course. This course may be obtained by applying to the Watson School of Real Estate. Upon successful completion of this course, Watson School of Real Estate will provide you with a passing certificate. That, along With your APPROVED State Application will qualify you to sit for the FL State Exam.
Make sure to attach all required documents to your completed state application, include a check for your application fee ($105) and send to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Once your application is processed, the state will notify you with directions of scheduling your exam. The state exam is currently being administered directly by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation by Pearson Vue at various sites, including one in the Jacksonville area. You MUST bring your Official Pass Certificate With you each time you take the State Exam!
Upon passing the state exam, you will receive an inactive license. After securing employment, you may request an active license by filing form 2050. If you have already secured employment, your Broker may sign your 2050 for you to take with you to the test site. Upon passing the state exam, it will be faxed to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
Click here to download a Registration Form
Click here to view our current class schedule
Click here to view the State Exam Review Schedule