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FAQ: When is a real estate license required in Virginia?

When is a real estate license required in Virginia?

If you want to represent a homeowner or landlord to sell or lease their property, or if you want to represent a buyer or tenant looking to buy or lease a property, and earn a commission in the process, you are required to obtain at least a Virginia real estate salesperson's license.
Please note, you do not need to have a real estate license to buy, sell, or lease any of your own properties. A license is only required if you represent a seller, buyer, landlord, or tenant.

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When is a real estate license required in Virginia?

If you want to represent a homeowner or landlord to sell or lease their property, or if you want to represent a buyer or tenant looking to buy or lease a property, and earn a commission in the process, you are required to obtain at least a Virginia real estate salesperson's license.

What can I do with my Virginia real estate license?

If you hold an active Virginia real estate salesperson's license, under the supervision of your sponsoring broker, you can buy, sell, or lease any real estate within the Commonwealth of Virginia and earn a commission in the process. This includes residential, commercial, and even industrial properties.

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