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FAQ: Can I get my Missouri real estate license if I'm not a MO resident?

Can I get my Missouri real estate license if I'm not a MO resident?

Yes. An out of state resident can apply for a Missouri real estate license if they hold a current, valid real estate license from another jurisdiction and they also have:

· Completed the Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (MREP).

· Passed the state portion of the Missouri real estate state examination before submitting the Missouri real estate license application.

· Submitted an application within six months of passing the state exam.

· Submitted a recent (less than three months old) license history from the real estate authority managing the applicant's current real estate license.


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How old must I be to get a Missouri real estate license?

According to the Missouri Real Estate Commission's (MREC) website, an applicant for a Missouri real estate license must be 18 or older to apply. Evidence of the applicant’s age is provided when the applicant is fingerprinted. Missouri Statute 330.040.3.

Will I need a high school diploma to get my MO real estate license?

No, you do not need a high school diploma (or its equivalent) in order to obtain a Missouri real estate license. The Commission only requires that you be at least 18 years of age.

Can I get my Missouri real estate license if I'm not a MO resident?

Yes. An out of state resident can apply for a Missouri real estate license.

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