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Who We Are

We are a group of Real Estate(REIGs) working for the Real Estate. We are in charge of the DRE database and we control all information’s that enters or leaves the database. Along with the heads of various departments we control all exams issued by the DRE and any associate person vue and psi. Over recent years we noticed that many hopeful Registered and license practicing Realtor (SPI/BKL) never realize their dreams of being nurses because they can’t pass the DRE Council licensure exams(Real Estate). Many people loose money on reviews and books which ends up not helping. We created this Backdoor System to help anyone who wants to become a Realtor SP or BK. Here we provide questions and answers for any session once you have an authorization to test and if you have taken the exams before and failed we can process your license directly without you having to sit for the exams again. We work in a well organized circle and we have agents in every facility of real estate nation wide. The services we provide are legit and safe for our clients. There will be no question marks over the authenticity of any license we process and any questions we provide. Safety, satisfaction and discretion are 100% guaranteed. Work with us and realize your dreams of becoming a professional licensed Realtor


REALE ESTATE Registration Overview

The DRE Council Licensure Examination, or Real Estate, is an assessment that all aspiring Realtors must pass before entering the workforce. To register for this exam, you’ll need to complete a multi-step process.

Step 1: Apply for a Realtor License

 First of all, you’ll need to write to the DRE of Real Estate for the state in which you wish to practice and apply for a Real Estate license. If the board approves your application, you will become eligible to sit for the Real Estate examination. Be advised that you’ll need to pay a registration fee. Contact your state board for more information on this fee.

Step 2: Register With Pearson VUE/PSI

Real Estate uses a testing service known as Pearson VUE to administer the Real Estate. You’ll need to register with Pearson/PSI before you can set up a testing date. Registration can be completed online or over the phone, but the REIGs recommends completing your registration online because Pearson’s phone lines can become overcrowded. Prior to registering, be sure to look up your program code, a number specific to your geographical region and the school you attended. This code is required for registration.

 This is also the stage during which you’ll pay the $200 exam fee. This registration will be open for one year to give you time to receive approval from your Real Estate Realtors to take the exam. If you allow a year to pass without gaining approval to take the exam, your registration expires, and you will need to start the process over again.

Step 3: Get Your Receipt of Registration and DRE

 Once these two steps are completed, you’re eligible to sit for the exam. As proof, you should receive an Acknowledgement of Receipt of Registration from Pearson VUE/PSI, which confirms that your registration has been received. If you’ve been authorized, you will also be issued an Authorization to Test (DRE) from your Real Estate board, via the e-mail address that you used to register for the exam. Be advised that these dates cannot be changed, and you will not receive an extension, so pay close attention and be sure to choose an appropriate date.

Step 4: Schedule a Date and Take the Test

 Now you’re ready to take the REAL ESTATE! Use Pearson VUE/PSI to research testing locations near you, and choose a site and date that works for you. Test slots can fill quickly, so be sure to schedule your testing date promptly to avoid worrying about your scheduled expiring.

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