Yes. If you live outside Florida, you may still apply for a Florida real estate sales associate license. As a nonresident, you will need to meet the same eligibility, education and exam requirements as a resident, unless you live in one of the eight states in which Florida has real estate licensing reciprocity.
Can I use my New York real estate license in Connecticut?
Does Connecticut have real estate license reciprocity with any other states? Connecticut currently has reciprocity and/or mutual recognition agreements with Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island.
Can I transfer my California real estate license to Texas?
Answer: No. Texas does not have reciprocity with any state. To become licensed, you must satisfy all current Texas licensing requirements.
Can I transfer my real estate license to Florida?
If you already hold a real estate license from another state, you have few options to obtain your real estate license in Florida. Florida has mutual recognition with 10 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, Rhode Island and West Virginia.
Can a Florida realtor sell in Georgia?
The answer is yes! Unless you're coming from Florida, you can apply for a reciprocal Georgia license without taking the Georgia salesperson exam. If you're a Floridian, you've got to do a little extra to get your Georgia license, but it's not impossible. Here's how it works.
Should you keep your closing documents forever?
You should hold onto your Closing Disclosure, deed and promissory note as long as you have a mortgage loan. These documents tell you important information about your loan and property – you may want to refer to them later.