Real Estate Commission Salesperson Applications & FormsExam Information Applicants & Licensees Salesperson Licensing Requirements In accordance with AS 08.88.171, a person desiring to acquire any type of real estate license in Alaska must: Pass the appropriate exam. Not be under indictment for a felony or other crime that in, in the judgment of the Commission, affects the individual’s ability to practice as a real estate salesperson competently and safely or under indictment for forgery, theft, extortion, conspiracy to defraud creditors, or fraud. Apply for licensure within six months after passing the exam. Pay the appropriate fees [12 AAC 64.073 and 12 AAC 02.360]. Meet the appropriate education requirements. Additional Requirements for Salesperson License An applicant wishing to become a licensed salesperson must: Be at least 19 years of age and work for a licensed broker. Complete 40 classroom hours of approved pre-licensing education. If convicted of a felony, forgery, theft, extortion, conspiracy to defraud creditors, fraud or other crimes that in, in the judgment of the Commission, affects the individual’s ability to practice as a real estate salesperson competently and safely, a license will not be granted. Before an application for a real estate license will be considered seven years must have lapsed since the individual completed the sentence that was imposed upon conviction.