Where are the PSI testing center to take my Real Estate license exam in Massachusetts?

Once you have completed the 40 hours prelicense Salesperson or Broker class.  You will be given a Candidate Bulletin from PSI.  You will need to complete and mail in your application and paperwork to be able to schedule your exam with PSI.

If you have not yet done this please read Scheduling the Massachusetts real estate exam with PSI. PSI will contact you to let you know that you are able to schedule your appointment.  There are 5 locations to take the test.  The test is available Monday through Saturday.  The testing times are 8am, 12pm or 4pm.

The testing locations are:

PSI-48 Sword St #204, Auburn, MA 01501Auburn
48 Sword St, Unit 204
Auburn, MA 01501


PSI-56 Roland St., Suite 305 Washington Crossing Charlestown, MA 02129Boston
56 Roland St., Suite 305
Washington Crossing
Charlestown, MA 02129


218 South Main St, Suite 105 Fall River, MA 02721 Fall River
218 South Main St, Suite 105
Fall River, MA 02721

Parking Garage ONLY excepts CASH


1 Ballard Way, Suite 104 Lawrence, MA 01843Lawrence
1 Ballard Way, Suite 104
Lawrence, MA 01843


1111 Elm Street, Suite 32A West Springfield, MA 01089West Springfield
1111 Elm Street, Suite 32A
West Springfield, MA 01089

 

Scheduling the Massachusetts real estate exam with PSI

    As of March 4th, 2019 PSI and the Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons have changed the way you register for the test.  The Board was having issues with people not being honest or making mistakes about their criminal history.  After you passed your exam and paid for your license the Board would then run a CRIMINAL OFFENDER RECORD INFORMATION (CORI) check.  We have been told that they have had to pull to many licenses because the CORI check came back positive for criminal activity.
    In order to prevent this mistakes from happening.  The Board now requires that everyone fill out an application and mail in all supporting documents with the payment for the test to PSI.
    For all of our students that took the class with us in the last two years.  If your PSI booklet has not yet expired.  You still qualify to take the test.  You just need to download the correct application either the Salesperson or Broker Application depending on which exam you are trying to take.
    If you have already filled out and completed the 3 good moral character references, the CORI form, Broker work experience certificate or the Bond for Broker Students.  Do not worry.  You can send those forms in with your application.  Remove them from your old PSI Candidate Bulletin neatly.
Application Checklist:
  1. Application is legible, complete, and signed
  2. Current Picture is attached
  3. Correct Fee is attached (Money Order or Cashier’s Check) or Credit Card information included (no cash)
  4. Appropriate Education is documented and signed
  5. Endorsements (3 Character References)
  6. CORI acknowledgment form is completed and attached
  1. Application is legible, complete, and signed
  2. Current MA license number and issue date is indicated (Brokers Only)
  3. Current Picture is attached
  4. Correct Fee is attached (Money Order or Cashier’s Check) or Credit Card information
  5. Appropriate Education is documented and signed
  6. Appropriate work experience is documented and signed (Brokers Only)
  7. Endorsements
  8. $5000 Surety Bond (Brokers only)
  9. CORI acknowledgment form is completed and attached

Complete and forward the application to:
PSI Examination Services
ATTN: Examination Registration MA RE
3210 E Tropicana Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89121

Email: Sandra Nadal snadal@psionline.com

Fax no. is 702-932-2666

Reactivate Inactive Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson or Broker License

Your real estate license in Massachusetts can fall into 3 categories.

  • Active:
    • You have to completed 12 hours of continuing education that we as real estate agents need to complete every 2 years.
    • You have paid your license renewal fee
      • $103 for Salesperson’s License
      • $142 for Broker’s License
  • Inactive:
    • You have not completed your 12 hours of continuing education
    • You have paid for your license renewal fee
  • Expired:
    • You have not completed your 12 hours of continuing education
    • You did not pay your license renewal fee

It is very easy to reactive an Inactive real estate license. To reactive your Massachusetts Salesperson or Broker license.  You just need to complete 12 hours of  continuing education and fill out License Reactivation Form.

To reactive your real estate license it will take about 4 to 6 weeks once the Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons has received all your paperwork.

Reinstate Expired Massachusetts Real Estate Salesperson or Broker License

Your real estate license in Massachusetts can fall into 3 categories.

  • Active:
    • You have to completed 12 hours of continuing education that we as real estate agents need to complete every 2 years.
    • You have paid your license renewal fee
      • $103 for Salesperson’s License
      • $142 for Broker’s License
  • Inactive:
    • You have not completed your 12 hours of continuing education
    • You have paid for your license renewal fee
  • Expired:
    • You have not completed your 12 hours of continuing education
    • You did not pay your license renewal fee

When your license falls in the Active category you can receive referral fees for the referrals that you pass other Brokerages.  You can receive referrals fees even if your real estate license in not associated with a brokerage.  However, to receive a commission for helping a Buyer, Seller, Landlord or Tenant.  Your real estate license must be associated with a Brokerage.

It is very easy to reactive an In-Active real estate license. To reactive your Massachusetts Salesperson or Broker license.  You just need to complete 12 hours of  continuing education and fill out License Reactivation Form.

If your Massachusetts Salesperson or Broker license falls in the Expired category.  If it expired more than 2 years you will need to fill out the Request for Reinstatement Application.  You will also need to complete 12 hours of continuing education.

To reactive or reinstate your real estate license it will take about 4 to 6 weeks once the Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons has received all your paperwork.