The real estate profession offers a wide range of career opportunities. As a real estate professional, you can help people buy and sell property, whether homes, farmland, commercial or industrial. You can also be involved in property management, land development, mortgage banking, urban planning, and real estate appraisal.
See career paths available for future and current real estate professionals.
Real Estate Salesperson
To be registered as a real estate salesperson with The Manitoba Securities Commission (MSC), you must complete the Real Estate as a Professional Career program.
Real Estate Broker
To become licensed as a real estate broker or authorized official under The Real Estate Services Act in Manitoba, you must have been a licensed salesperson for at least two years, have completed the courses Real Property Law, and Principles of Appraisal, or have completed the module program. If you meet these prerequisites, you may enroll in the real estate broker program.
The Principles of Property Management course recognizes the unique requirements of property managers, tenants, and landlords in an increasingly sophisticated marketplace.