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FAQ: How can I get my AZ license if I'm licensed in another state?

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

You can earn out-of-state license recognition as long as you are a current Arizona resident, were licensed in the other state for at least one year, and have a current license in that other state. The process also wants to see that you have completed the approved real estate education in the other state and passed the real estate license examination in that state.

You will need to take the Arizona-specific state exam. Once you pass that exam, you must apply for your license within one year. You will need to ask for an out-of-state license recognition application packet from PearsonVUE upon completion of your exam.

You also need to complete the 6-hour Contract Writing Course and have its course certificate. You'll need to receive a valid and current Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card. Your application requires Disciplinary Actions Disclosure Form and the Disclosure Document Checklist Form, if applicable.

As an out-of-state licensee, you will also need an original certified license history from the state where you have held your license. This will need to be shown at the time of your exam.

Related Questions

Does AZ offer reciprocity with other states?

Unfortunately, Arizona does not offer any reciprocity with any other states. You will have to go through an application process and take the Arizona state exam.

How can I get my AZ license through reciprocity?

Arizona does not offer reciprocity with any other state. It does offer a path to have your out-of-state license recognized by having documents submitted showing your prior license, allowing you to forgo the 90-hour pre-license course requirement.

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

To get your Arizona real estate license if you already have a real estate salesperson's license in another state, you must have an original certified license history from the state where you currently hold a license. You’ll need to pass the Arizona state exam to receive an out-of-state license recognition application.

How do I get my AZ license if I'm not an AZ resident?

Anyone seeking a real estate license through out-of-state license recognition must be an Arizona resident. You must also have been currently licensed in another state for at least a year and have completed the approved real estate education in that other state.

Do I need to take the AZ state exam if I’m a licensed in another state

Yes, Arizona requires that you take the state-specific examination even if you seek out-of-state license recognition.

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