Persons who pass the licensing examination must file the license
application with the Commission within 90 days after passing the exam.
Temporary salesperson licensees must complete the post license
course and submit application for an original salesperson’s license within 6
months of issuance of a temporary license. If this requirement is not met,
the temporary license expires and is placed on inactive status. The 6
months begins counting on the first day of the month following the month
the temporary license was issued and concludes on the last day of the sixth
Students must take and pass the salesperson’s exam and submit
the application for a license within 6 months of completing the 60‐hour
Students must take and pass the broker’s exam and submit the
application for a license within 6 months of completing the 60‐hour
A temporary salesperson’s license lapses if the post license course is
not completed and an original license issued within 1 year of issuance of
the temporary salesperson’s license. The 1 year begins counting on the
first day of the month following the month the temporary license was
issued and concludes on the last day of the twelfth month.
Students have one year after enrolling in a prelicense course to
complete it or the student will receive no credit for classes completed and
must begin the course again.
If an applicant is denied eligibility for licensing, the applicant may request a hearing before the Commission within 15 days of the denial.
AUGUST 31 (of Even Years)
All licensees, both active and inactive, must file renewal forms and fees with the Commission on or before August 31 of the even years.
SEPTEMBER 30 (of Even Years)
Active licensees must complete 15 hours of continuing education on or before midnight September 30 in order to have
an active license issued on October 1.