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FAQ: How do I receive an inactive Missouri real estate license?

How do I receive an inactive Missouri real estate license?

Missouri licensees can place their real estate license in an inactive status by completing the Missouri Information and License Change form as follows:

· The Missouri licensee completes sections 1A through 1C.

· The salesperson’s broker completes 2A and returns the original salesperson license with the form.

Note: before an inactive licensee in Missouri can reactivate their real estate license (by returning the license to active status), they must complete the 24-hour Missouri Real Estate Practice course. MREC Board rules 2250-4.040.

An inactive real estate salesperson license in Missouri is renewed every other year, on or before September 30. MREC Board Rule CSR 2250-4.050 (6).


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How do I receive an inactive Missouri real estate license?

MO licensees can place their real estate license in an inactive status by completing the Missouri Information and License Change form as follows: · The Missouri licensee completes sections 1A through 1C. · The salesperson’s broker completes 2A and returns the original salesperson license with the form.

How does one change from an inactive to an active MO license status?

To reactivate a Missouri real estate license that has been in an inactive status for more than six months, the licensee must submit a completion certificate for the 24-hour MREP (Missouri Real Estate Practice) course when submitting the renewal or change of status paperwork.

How do I receive an active Missouri real estate license?

All real estate licenses in Missouri are issued as active licenses. Missouri real estate licenses remain in an active status until the license holder proactively chooses to place the license in an inactive status.

What are the application requirements for a MO real estate license?

When an individual has completed the 72 hours of pre-license education and has passed both sections (national and state) of the state exam, the individual is now eligible to apply for a Missouri real estate license.

How do I apply for my Missouri real estate salesperson license?

Applicants for a Missouri real estate license can submit an application form when they have completed all other eligibility requirements. Missouri real estate license applicants must use forms provided by the Missouri Real Estate Commission and complete the application forms honestly.

How much is the Missouri real estate license application?

According to the MREC, the application fee for a real estate license is $50, however, there is an additional $40 fee for the issuance of a Missouri real estate salesperson license. The application fees for real estate licenses are set forth by the Missouri Real Estate Commission and are nonrefundable.

Can I get a temporary work permit from the MREC?

Yes. According to Missouri Statute 339.040(7), the Missouri Real Estate Commission may issue a temporary work permit if it appears the real estate license applicant has met all other state licensing requirements.

When should I submit my real estate license application to the MREC?

The application for a real estate license should be sent to the Missouri Real Estate Commission when the applicant has completed the 48-hour pre-exam course, the 24-hour real estate practice course, and passed the Missouri State exam.

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

Yes. According to Missouri Statute 339.040(4), an individual who has yet to associate with a licensed real estate broker in Missouri for supervision is permitted to take the state real estate exam.

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