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®. Effective January 7, 2019, the Commission is launching their new education program with a new provider, UBC Sauder School of Business (UBC). Students who have purchased but not completed their courses with ASR will have until March 25, 2019, to complete any outstanding exams after which, they will have to re-purchase the course from UBC and take the exam through them. 

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ASR Education Changes FAQs
Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission Education Changes FAQs

For Existing Students: 
Requirements before Writing your First Exam

  • Submit a photo for identification purposes

We require proof of language proficiency (usually a transcript, but take a look at the document to be sure) before we can register you for an exam. A head and shoulders photo will also have to be submitted prior to the exam date. (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 register for 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 are unsuccessful on your exam​, contact us to schedule an exam review.  We can tell you what areas you should be focusing on to increase 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 real estate.  

  • 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