Register with the Oregon Real Estate Agency's eLicense system and apply for a broker license. Successfully complete 150 hours of approved real estate education. Successfully pass the Oregon Broker Real Estate License Exam. Complete a fingerprint and background check.
What disqualifies you from getting a real estate license in Oregon?
Offenses include major traffic violations such as DUI, reckless driving, fleeing from or attempting to elude a police officer, and driving while suspended. “Convictions” include a guilty or “no contest” plea, a verdict of guilty by a judge or jury, or a forfeiture of bail.
What is an example of exception where the real estate law does not require licensing?
EXCEPTIONS TO REAL ESTATE LICENSING REQUIREMENTS
Company employees can represent their company to buy and sell property for the company. Public utilities often fall under this exception. You never need a real estate license to buy or sell your own properties.
Can I get a real estate license with a felony in Oregon?
Oregon. Here's a hot tip from the Oregon Real Estate Agency website: “The law does not list specific criminal offenses or other circumstances, which would prevent a person from receiving a license. However, failure to disclose criminal, civil, and administrative proceedings is grounds for denial of a license.”
Can you sell real estate in Oregon without a license?
If you currently hold a real estate license in another state, you must still meet all of Oregon's licensing requirements to conduct professional real estate activity in Oregon. There are no waivers of education or license examinations available. In Oregon, the broker license is the entry-level real estate license.