To Successfully complete the course students must meet the following requirements:
1. Students must score 70% or higher on the final exam
2. Students must attend all classes
3. Students must log Independent Study hours
4. Students must adhere to the Student Code of Conduct.
Hawaii Real Estate Academy Prelicensing Course satisfies the Hawaii Real Estate Commission’s educational prelicensing requirements to become a Real Estate Salesperson in the State of Hawaii.
To get your license: After successful completion of course, bring your Certificate to the State and National Exam which is administered through PSI Testing. (Pay for Exam through PSI)
Click here to go to testing schedule on PSI website.
For more information on additional requirements needed to get your license, please contact:
The State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Real Estate Branch at
Click here to go to the State of Hawaii Real Estate Division webpage.
Refund Policy - A 50% refund will be issued if student cancels (via written notice) to HREA by 14 days prior to start date of the course. There will be no refunds issued after such date.
In the event that HREA cancels the course due to low enrollment (less than 12) students will be notified 7 days prior to the start date and all tuition paid will be refunded (students must return textbook).
State of Hawaii Real Estate Salesperson
Pre-licensing Course Curriculum
History & Development of HI Real Estate
Land, Land Elements and Water
Personal Property and Fixtures
Estates & Interests in Real Property
Easements, Restrictions & Adverse Possession
Methods of Ownership
Hawaii License Laws
Federal Fair Housing & HI Discrimination Law
Agency & Ethics
Hawaii Standard Form Documents
Escrow and evidence of title
Transfer of title – wills, decent and deeds
Financing Liens and foreclosures
Truth in lending and real estate settlement procedures act (RESPA)
Property Management and Leasing
Government Land Use Controls (Zoning, Building Ordinances and Environmental Disclosures
Real Property Tax and Tax Aspects of:
Real Estate Ownership Condominiums
Planned Development Housing