The Illinois Leasing Agent License is a limited scope license for persons who wish to engage only in the leasing of residential properties. The leasing agent must be employed by a licensed property management firm and work under the supervision of a managing broker.
The Illinois Real Estate License Act requires that an applicant for a leasing agent license must:
Be at least 18 years of age
Hold a secondary school diploma or GED
Be employed by a sponsoring broker or property management firm
Successfully complete a licensed 15 credit-hour leasing agent pre-license course
Pass a state exam
Complete details may be found in Section 5-10 of the Illinois Real Estate License Act
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