PricingWhy use usBlogContact UsStudent Login

Share
or
Save

FAQ: What criminal activity may lead to a denial of my license application?

The following criminal activity may lead to a recommended denial of your license application:

  • Failure to disclose pending criminal charges, criminal convictions, or disciplinary action taken against a business, professional license, certificate or permit by an agency in California, another state or by the Federal government.
  • Conviction of a felony and the felony is substantially related to the qualifications, functions and duties of a real estate licensee.
  • Conviction of a misdemeanor and the conviction is substantially related to the qualifications, functions and duties of a real estate licensee.
  • Administrative action taken against a business, professional license, certificate or permit by an agency in California, another state or by the Federal government.
  • A determination that the facts of a particular case warrant denial, such as the nature or severity of the act or the presence of aggravating factors.
The following convictions will disqualify you from obtaining a license:
  • Assault with intent to commit rape
  • Bribing public officer or employee
  • Burglary
  • Conviction that requires registration pursuant to Section 290 of the Penal Code
  • Criminal conspiracy
  • Embezzlement
  • Extortion
  • Filing a false police or fire report
  • Forgery
  • Fraud
  • Grand theft
  • Murder
  • Obtaining money by false pretenses
  • Perjury
  • Sexually related conduct affecting a person who is an observer or non consenting participant
  • Petty theft
  • Possession of drugs for sale or transport
  • Soliciting a lewd act from a minor or non consenting adult.
  • Tax evasion











A Simple and Affordable Way
To Get Your
  • New York
  • California
  • Texas
  • Pennsylvania
  • Michigan
  • Virginia
  • Georgia
  • New York

Real Estate License

Change careers or earn extra income on the side

REAL ESTATE LICENSES FROM

$395$99

CHOOSE YOUR STATE