One important aspect to keep in mind when considering licensure is that North Carolina does not have reciprocity agreements with any other state. This means that a license in another state does not automatically allow an agent to conduct business in the state without gaining a North Carolina-specific license.
What states have real estate reciprocity with North Carolina?
- South Carolina.
Does California have real estate licensing reciprocity with any state?
Examinee Information. Each applicant must qualify for the appropriate written examination in California and meet all other requirements. Residency in the state is not a requirement to become licensed. California has no reciprocity with any other state to allow a waiver of any of the requirements to obtain a license.
What is a real estate broker in California?
Real estate brokerage involves agency directed, for compensation, primarily toward the sale, exchange, lease, rental, financing, or managing of real property or a business opportunity. Other Specialists.
How do I get reciprocity for my North Carolina real estate license?
North Carolina offers conditional reciprocity with any other US state or Canadian jurisdiction that has been on active status within the previous three years and is equivalent to NC's provisional or “full” broker license. You'll need to complete the state section of the NCREC licensing exam.