Thinking of a career in real estate?

Here is everything you need to know to get started.

The fast-paced world of real estate is full of opportunities for those willing to put in the time and effort for a rewarding career. As with any job, you get what you put into a real estate career. While that may include income uncertainty, market fluctuations and at times long and unusual hours, it is often balanced with perks like flexibility, income potential and the opportunity to work with a variety of people as you help them with some of life’s most significant and exciting transactions.

Here are the 4 main phases to becoming a REALTOR®:

To become registered to trade real estate in Saskatchewan, you must complete the education required by the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission (Commission) and provided by UBC Sauder School of Business (UBC). Click here to learn more about the educational requirements. SRA does not provide pre-licensing education. 

  • Minimum of 18 years of age
  • Minimum of a Canadian high school diploma (or equivalent), or a post-secondary diploma/degree from a recognized institution
  • Proven proficiency in the English Language through successful completion of the Language Proficiency Requirement
  • Be a Canadian citizen or have a permanent resident card or work permit
  • Provide a copy of a valid government-issued photo ID and a photo for the Commission’s online registration system
  • Submit a criminal record check by fingerprint comparison 

In order to become licensed with the Saskatchewan Real Estate Commission, you will be required to work with a Brokerage. Selection of brokerage is up to the agent. 

Once you have completed the education, ensured you have met the requirements, and selected a brokerage, you are now ready to register with the Commission by applying online 

If you think you’ve got what it takes, click to read more: How to Become a REALTOR®.

Once you find a brokerage that is the right fit for you, ask the broker for an SRA membership application.  Your broker can also provide you with the SRA bylaws, rules, and regulations, as well as the CREA REALTOR® Code.

After becoming a member of SRA, you will receive details of required new member education, including the new member course that is designed to support you in the launch of your new business.

For more information or if you have any questions, please email