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FAQ: What can I do with my Florida real estate license?

What can I do with my Florida real estate license?

According to the DBPR, a sales associate is a person who, for another, and for compensation or in anticipation of compensation: sells, appraises, auctions, exchanges, rents, or buys any business enterprise or any real property or any interest in real property or a business enterprise who perform real estate activities under the direction of a licensed real estate broker or registered owner/developer. A Florida real estate license is required for all real estate activity, as noted in Florida Statute 475.01 (1)(a); however, there are certain exceptions to this rule. (Florida Statute 475.011).


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What can I do with my Florida real estate license?

A Florida real estate license is required for all real estate activity, as noted in Florida Statute 475.01 (1)(a); however, there are certain exceptions to this rule. (Florida Statute 475.011).

When is a real estate license required in Florida?

A real estate license is required for all real estate activity, as noted in Florida Statute 475.01 (1)(a), however, there are certain exceptions to this rule (Florida Statute 475.011).

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