New licensees cannot become brokers right away, unless they were licensed as such in a jurisdiction with which Alberta has licensing mobility. Licensees must have at least two years of licensed experience within the last five years before upgrading.
Condominium Manager Broker Exemption
As Condominium Management has only been a regulated industry since December 1, 2021, potential brokers may request an exemption from the requirement to demonstrate two years of licensed experience out of the past five years to be eligible for broker licensing, if:
Condominium managers wishing to become brokers and to apply for the exemption should complete the Condominium Manager Broker Request for Experience Exemption document and send it to email@example.com.
To become a broker in mortgage, you need to:
To become a broker in real estate, including property management, you need to:
To become a broker in condominium management, you need to:
Every broker must have a brokerage. You can either open a new brokerage or take over an existing brokerage.
An associate broker has all of the education required to become a broker, but is not in charge of their own brokerage. You do not need two years of industry experience to become a real estate or condominium manager associate broker.
If you have completed the Real Estate Brokers Course or the Condominium Management Brokers Course, your licence automatically changes from Associate to Associate Broker.
You can confirm your licence class within myRECA.