Florida. In Florida, you can deactivate your license with the Florida Real Estate Commission by submitting a paper application. If you're looking to deactivate it online, you can have your broker go through their online account and remove you from their license.
How long does a licensee have to notify the DBPR about any address changes?
Within 10 calendar days
Change of Address Requirements
Florida statute says that real estate licensees must notify the State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, in writing, of an address change within 10 calendar days of the change.
How do I contact my Florida DBPR license?
If you need clarification about the requirements for a license application, contact the DBPR Customer Contact Center at [email protected] or 850-487-1395.
What happens if I don t renew my Florida real estate license?
If you fail to complete the renewal process before your expiration, your license will become involuntary inactive, at which point you will have 12 months to complete the required continuing education, pay the renewal fee, and a late fee. You will not be eligible to operate while your license is involuntary inactive.
How many days do you have to cancel a real estate contract in Florida?
Know whether your purchase is subject to the cooling-off rule. In Florida, if you contract for services to be rendered in the future on a continuing basis, you are entitled to a three-day cooling-off period.
How long can your real estate license be inactive in Maryland?
Applicants can apply for a Salesperson license through the online licensing system. Once you've applied for an original license and placed it on inactive status, you then have three (3) years from the date you placed the license on inactive to affiliate with a broker.