Virginia Real Estate BROKER LICENSE by Reciprocity Get a VA real estate license for agents or anyone with a license in another state.

Virginia real estate Broker License by reciprocity

Note: This page is for brokers only.  Salesperson requirements are on the main VA reciprocity page for salespersons. Broker have additional requirements for a broker license by reciprocity in Virginia. You still need all the requirements for salesperson license by reciprocity. Additional requirements: ·          You must provide original proof of completing 180 hours of pre- license broker education similar to what Virginia requires. ·          You must have been actively engaged as a licensee (40 hours/week)  for at least 36 months of the most recent 48 months. ·          You provide a signed Experience Verification Form that is available on the VA Board website. The above requirements are fully stated on the Broker License by Reciprocity Application to the Real Estate Board as found on the DPOR website page for brokers.  You may contact the Virginia Real Estate Board to verify your requirements at (804) 367-8526.  Note:  If you are already licensed in Virginia and looking to get a Washington DC or Maryland license by reciprocity, check the DC reciprocity page or the MD reciprocity license page.
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Virginia Real Estate BROKER LICENSE by Reciprocity Get a VA real estate license for agents or anyone with a license in another state.
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Virginia real estate Broker License by reciprocity

Note: This page is for brokers only.  Salesperson requirements are on the main VA reciprocity page for salespersons. Broker have additional requirements for a broker license by reciprocity in Virginia. You still need all the requirements for salesperson license by reciprocity. Additional requirements: ·          You must provide original proof of completing 180 hours of pre-license broker education similar to what Virginia requires. ·          You must have been actively engaged as a licensee (40 hours/week)  for at least 36 months of the most recent 48 months. ·          You provide a signed Experience Verification Form that is available on the VA Board website. The above requirements are fully stated on the Broker License by Reciprocity Application to the Real Estate Board as found on the DPOR website page for brokers.  You may contact the Virginia Real Estate Board to verify your requirements at (804) 367-8526.  Note:  If you are already licensed in Virginia and looking to get a Washington DC or Maryland license by reciprocity, check the DC reciprocity page or the MD reciprocity license page.