Asked by: Strahil Guldenkirch
asked in category: real estate Last Updated: 1st September, 2020

What happens if my real estate license expires?

You have two years from the date your license expires to renew your license. If you fail to renew within that period, you will be required to pass the state written examination and submit a new salesperson/broker application and fee. No continuing education will be required to repeat the licensing process again.

Complete info about it can be read here. Similarly, it is asked, what happens if you let your real estate license expire?

If you fail to renew your license on-time (prior to your license expiration date), you may renew your license during the two year late renewal period immediately following your license expiration date. However, you cannot perform activities requiring a real estate license until your license has been renewed.

how long can you keep your real estate license inactive? Those with a license deemed involuntarily inactive for more than 12 months, but less than 24 months can reactive it by completing at least 28 continuing education credit hours. Any license deemed involuntarily inactive for more than 24 months is considered expired, and cannot be reactivated.

Keeping this in consideration, how do I reinstate an expired real estate license?

Once registered, you will complete a license reinstatement request and a licensing member will contact you within 10-15 business days with reinstatement requirements. An expired firm which has been expired for more than 60 days, the firm will be required to place a new application with the Real Estate Commission.

How long do I have to renew my real estate license?

In getting your real estate license, you completed 180 hours of qualifying courses, leaving 90 course hours to finish before your first renewal. Continuing Education (CE) course hours do not count toward the SAE requirement.