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FAQ: Can I receive my MN salesperson license if I have a prior conviction?

Can I receive my MN salesperson license if I have a prior conviction?

Possibly. The Minnesota Real Estate Commissioner has the right to deny an application on the grounds of any misleading statements made on the application, engagement in fraudulent practices, failure to comply with state statutes, or if past actions have demonstrated you to be financially irresponsible or untrustworthy.

During the application process, if you answer affirmatively to its questions on prior criminal convictions, criminal charges, withheld or deferred judgment, or administrative actions, you will need to submit a written statement explaining each incident, a copy of the charging document, and a copy of a document that demonstrates the resolution of the charges or final judgment.

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Can I receive my MN salesperson license if I have a prior conviction?

The MN real estate commissioner has the right to deny an application on the grounds of any misleading statements made on the application, engagement in fraudulent practices, failure to comply with state statutes, been shown to be financially irresponsible or untrustworthy.

How do I disclose any prior criminal activity to the MN Commission?

The Minnesota real estate salesperson application asks questions regarding criminal history. As part of the application, you must submit a written statement explaining each incident, a copy of the charging document, and a copy of a document that demonstrates the resolution of the charges or final judgment.

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