Thinking about a career in real estate? You've come to the right place!

Completing your real estate education is the first step towards a rewarding and exciting career. We’ll walk you through the process to help you get started.  Let’s begin!

Create your Student Profile 

  • Select "Click to Enroll" at the bottom of this page
  • Fill out the online form to create your account.  If you already have an account, select "Sign In"
  • Once you're signed in, select the "next" button beside the bottom of this page. 
  • On the "Course Selection" tab, choose the course you wish to purchase. 

Purchase the Courses
You’ll need to complete both of the following courses, starting with Phase 1, but you don't have to purchase both at once. 

  • Phase 1 – Real Estate as a Professional Career: $1,399
  • Phase 2 – Property Management as a Professional Career: $799

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 local test centre, at one of several available locations across the province. Scroll down to Step 4 to find out more on writing exams. 

Both courses must be completed within two years of the date you purchase Phase 1 – Real Estate as a Professional Career.  To purchase the courses, login to your account, view your progress in the Property Manager program (this is the page you see right after you enroll), and select the course(s) you wish to purchase. 


     Requirements before Writing your First Exam

We require both proof of language proficiency (usually a transcript, but take a look at the document to be sure) and 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
Your first exam is included in the course purchase. If you don't pass the exam on your first try, you'll have two more opportunities (for a total of three attempts). The cost for writing subsequent exams is $243+gst, payable by credit card or PayPal at the time you write your exam. Because spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, we recommend booking your exam at least two weeks prior to the exam date. The last day to register for exams is one week prior to the exam date, unless all spots fill earlier. ​

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
Once you have completed all of your exams, you'll need to register with the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission to become licensed to trade in property management.  

  • Supply the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission with a criminal record check by fingerprint comparison. Consider completing this step during your course studies as it can often take a few weeks for results. 
  • Affiliate yourself with a brokerage. Every registrant (salesperson) must be affiliated with a brokerage before they can become licensed. 
  • Register with the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission by completing their application for registration

Loved the learning process? 

Don't worry - you'll still have plenty of opportunity! Continuing Professional Development (CPD), mandatory education approved by the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission, and provided by the ASR, needs to be completed annually by May 31 of each year. 

Additional Education Information

If you choose not to complete the course, the cost will be refunded in full, less a 10% administrative fee, 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 (includes Encyclopedia text materials), $100.00 per manual/text (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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