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FAQ: Does Oregon offer reciprocity with other states?

Does Oregon offer reciprocity with other states?

Yes, Oregon has reciprocal licensing agreements with:

  • Alabama
  • Alberta, Canada
  • Georgia
  • Nebraska
  • South Dakota

You must contact theOregon Real Estate Agency for the specific reciprocal licensing requirements for your state.

In addition, spouses or domestic partners of a US active military member may qualify for a temporary authorization to conduct real estate activity in Oregon. You’ll need to pay the license application fee, have a background check, and take the state portion of the exam.

Otherwise, there are no waivers of education or license examinations for out-of-state real estate license holders.

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Does Oregon offer reciprocity with other states?

Yes, Oregon reciprocity for Alabama, Alberta, Georgia, Nebraska, and South Dakota. You’ll need to ask the Agency how to apply with reciprocity. Otherwise, there are no exemptions for the education or examination requirement.

How can I get my OR real estate license through reciprocity?

The Oregon Real Estate Agency has specific reciprocal licensing requirements for the states it has an agreement with. You must contact the agency for information. Spouses or domestic partners of a US active military member may qualify for a temporary authorization to conduct real estate activity in Oregon.

How can I get my OR license if I'm already licensed in another state?

Specific reciprocal licensing requirements are available for Alabama, Alberta, Georgia, Nebraska, and South Dakota. Otherwise, real estate professionals licensed in another state must meet the same requirements as any broker license candidate.

How do I get my OR real estate license if I'm not an OR resident?

You will follow the same basic steps as an Oregon resident to earn your broker license. This means taking a 150-hour broker pre-license course, passing the state licensure exam, and completing a fingerprint background check. An Oregon Principal Broker must activate your license.

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