Please be advised that effective November 30, 2018, the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission’s (Commission) mandatory education program will no longer be offered by the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS®. It is recommended that students purchase only one course at a time, ensuring there is enough time to complete the exam before attempting the next course. Effective January 1, 2019, the Commission is launching their new education program with a new provider. Students who have purchased but not completed their courses with ASR will have until March 31, 2019, to complete any outstanding exams after which, their enrollment will be transferred to the new program under the new provider, and may consist of an additional exam fee. 

Important Dates:

  • November 30, 2018 - end of course sales by ASR
  • December 1-31, 2018 – there will be no courses available for purchase
  • January 1, 2019 – new Commission education program launch date
  • March 31, 2019 – end of exams provided through ASR

FAQs: 

ASR Education Changes FAQs
Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission Education Changes FAQs

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Chasidy at education@saskatchewanrealestate.com.


Brokers perform and integral role in the real estate community. 

To become a broker, you first need to spend two years as a registered salesperson. Makes sense, right?

    Complete the Real Estate Salesperson Program
    For more information on becoming a salesperson, click here


Complete two years as a registered salesperson
Before you can register as a broker, you must have worked as a registered salesperson for at least two of the last five years.  However, you may enroll in the broker education program prior to completing this requirement. 


     Enroll in the Broker Manager program
  • Select "Click to Enroll" at the bottom of this page.
  • Login to your account - the same account you use to pay your membership dues. 
  • Once you are signed in, select the "enroll" button beside Broker Manager.
  • Submit a photo for identification purposes.

Purchase the course
You will need to complete the following course to become registered as a broker: ​

  • Phase 3 - Real Estate Office Management and Brokerage: $1,249

Each course includes a 100-question, multiple choice exam. To pass each exam, you'll need to achieve a mark of 70% or higher. Exams are taken via computer at a test centre in one of several locations across the province. Scroll down to Step 6 to find out more on writing exams. 

You will have one year from your date of purchase to complete the Phase 3 course. To purchase the course: login to your account, view your progress in the Broker Manager program (this is the page you see right after you enroll) and select the course you wish to purchase. 

     Requirements before Writing the Exam

  • Submit a photo for identification purposes

We require a head and shoulders photo before we can register you for an exam. (Yes, it's as simple as snapping a pic on your smart phone and emailing it our way!)



     Register for an Exam

If you need a little boost to your confidence, or wish to brush up on your knowledge​, contact us to schedule an exam review.  We can direct you to what areas you should be focusing on, increasing your opportunity for success!


Register with the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission as a Broker 
Once you have completed your Phase 3 - Real Estate Office Management and Brokerage exam, you will need to complete an application for registration with the Commission to become licensed as a Broker. 


If you choose not to complete the course, the price of the course will be refunded provided the course material is returned in good reusable condition to the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® within thirty (30) days of the purchase date. If, in the opinion of the ASR, the material is not returned in good reusable condition then $100.00 per item (GST not included) will be deducted automatically (i.e. if the manual/text has been highlighted or written in). No refunds will be made after thirty (30) days. To meet Canada Revenue Agency requirements, the original receipt for payment of the course must accompany a refund request.

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