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FAQ: How do I know if a past conviction prevents me from getting a license?

How do I know if a past conviction prevents me from getting a license?

Rather than waiting until you take the state exam, you can petition the Tennessee Real Estate Commission for a preliminary decision even before you complete your pre-license education. You will need to submit the Application for Decision Regarding Prior Criminal Conviction(s) and/or Disciplinary Sanctions(s), which can be downloaded. You will need to email this form, as well as all requested documentation, to the Commission at trec.info@tn.gov for their review. You will be notified of their decision.


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Can I get my TN affiliate broker license if I have a prior conviction?

To be eligible for the affiliate broker examination or considered for licensure, at least two years must have passed from the date of expiration of probation, parole, or occurred later. This restriction applies to all felonies as well as to misdemeanors that involve the theft of money, services, or property.

What does the TN Real Estate Commission consider to be a conviction?

The Tennessee Real Estate Commission expects applicants to disclose if they have been convicted, pled no contest or found guilty of any criminal offense over the last 10 years, other than a traffic violation. This includes a DUI and reckless driving, which are misdemeanors.

How do I know if a past conviction prevents me from getting a license?

Rather than waiting until you take the state exam, you can petition the Tennessee Real Estate Commission for a preliminary decision even before you complete your pre-license education.

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