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FAQ: How can I get my Missouri license if I'm licensed in another state?

How can I get my Missouri license if I'm licensed in another state?

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 real estate license application.

· Submitted an application with 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.


Related Questions

Does Missouri offer reciprocity with other states?

The State of Missouri technically offers reciprocity with all other states, if the Missouri real estate applicant currently holds a valid and current real estate license, completes the MREP (Missouri Real Estate Practice) Course, and passes the law portion of the Missouri State real estate exam.

How can I get my Missouri license through reciprocity?

An out-of-state resident from any other state can apply for a Missouri real estate license if they hold a current, valid real estate license from another jurisdiction, have completed the Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (MREP), and passed the state portion of the Missouri State real estate exam.

How can I get my Missouri license if I'm licensed in another state?

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, have completed the Missouri Real Estate Practice Course (MREP) and passed the state portion of the Missouri State real estate exam.

How do I get my MO license if I'm not a Missouri resident?

Any person or allowable legal entity that is a recognized nonresident of Missouri can apply for a real estate license by submitting an application (on the proper Missouri Real Estate Commission form) with the appropriate fee and documentation. MREC Board Rule SCR 2250-4.080(1).

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