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FAQ: Can I get a Florida real estate license if I don't work for a broker?

Can I get a Florida real estate license if I don't work for a broker?

A Florida real estate license can be issued to an applicant who meets the State of Florida's licensing requirements. However, the license will be issued as inactive (which means the licensee CANNOT engage in real estate activities with an inactive license) until such time the sales associate finds a licensed Florida real estate broker to supervise their Florida real estate activities.


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How do I change from an inactive FL license to an active FL license?

A Florida real estate licensee may reactivate a license that has been involuntarily inactive for 12 months (or less) by completing a minimum of 14 hours of an FREC-prescribed continuing education course. The appropriate DBPR form to use is the DBPR-2050.

What are the requirements to apply for a Florida real estate license?

According to Florida Statute 475.17, an applicant for a real estate license must: Be 18 years or older Have a high school diploma or equivalency Be honest, trustworthy, of good character, and have a reputation for fair dealings. Disclose accurate information on the application.

How do I apply for my Florida real estate sales associate license?

The DBPR offers an online application or a printable application that can be submitted by mail.

How much is the Florida real estate license application?

The cost for the Florida real estate license application is $83.75.

When should I file my real estate license application with the FREC?

The Department of Business and Professional Regulation suggests that fingerprints be obtained through an approved Livescan Service Provider at least five days prior to submitting a real estate license application.

Can I get a Florida real estate license if I don't work for a broker?

A Florida real estate license can be issued to an applicant who meets the State of Florida's licensing requirements.

What is the difference between an active and an inactive license?

A Florida active license is required to engage in real estate brokerage services. Sales associates gain active status by finding a licensed Florida real estate broker and registering with the DBPR under the supervision of their employing broker.

How do I receive an inactive Florida real estate license?

A licensee may change an active license to a voluntary inactive license by submitting to the DBPR the proper form called DBPR CILB-14. Such licensees hold a voluntary inactive license.

How do I receive an active Florida real estate license?

An active real estate license is issued in Florida when the applicant has met all licensing conditions and has found a licensed real estate broker under which to work.

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