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How to Get Your Michigan Builders License

Michigan Builders License

Experienced builders coordinate, work, and oversee projects. They’re responsible to meet industry and government regulations as well as the clients’ requirements. Getting a Michigan builders license helps you establish credibility with your customers and allows you to make a higher earning potential in the long run! As a licensed builder, you will become an essential part in a homeowner’s process. You will help your clients from start to finish as well as adding value to their home and additional experience to your career, one project at a time.

At the Michigan Institute of Real Estate, we know what it takes to have a successful career as a builder. To obtain your Michigan builders license, you are required to take 60 hours of Builders Prelicensing Education. Our course is split into two 30 hour, separate courses; Builder 1 and Builder 2. Once you have finished taking the course, you will receive your certificates of completion which you will then need to send into the State of Michigan. After the process takes place, you will then be able to register through PSI Examination Services for your state administered exam. To accommodate all individuals, we offer the Michigan Builder’s License Course in a classroom, online, or as a home study. Our instructors are all licensed Michigan Builders who offer a wealth of information and experience to aid in your success!

The Process to Getting Your Michigan Builders License:

The process is simple and quick. To get registered or to learn more about the course, visit our user-friendly website where you can also download a free “How to Become a Michigan Licensed Builder” infographic:


You may also contact our highly efficient and knowledgeable team to assist you! They are available 5 days a week, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Feel free to contact our office with any questions, comments, or concerns: 1(800) 861-7325.

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