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

What can I do with my Michigan real estate license?

As a Michigan real estate salesperson, under the employment and supervision of a sponsoring broker, you may represent a seller or landlord to sell or lease their property, or represent a buyer or tenant to buy or rent a property, and earn a commission in the process.
This applies to all residential, commercial, or industrial property throughout Michigan.
You may also negotiate on behalf of a client, or engage in property management services for a property owner.
Please note, you do not need a real estate license to buy and/or sell your own properties. You only need a license if you represent a client.


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What can I do with my Michigan real estate license?

As a Michigan licensee, under the supervision of a sponsoring broker, you may represent a seller or landlord to sell or lease their property, or represent a buyer or tenant to buy or rent a property, and earn a commission in the process. This applies to all residential, commercial, or industrial property in Michigan.

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