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FAQ: How can I get my MN license through reciprocity?

How can I get my MN license through reciprocity?

Non-residents who are active license holders in Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Oklahoma must contact and associate with a Minnesota-licensed real estate broker to submit their application. You will need to email a letter of certification no older than 90 days for current license documentation. The license fee will be $130.

If you are actively licensed in Wisconsin, you must complete the 13-hour Wisconsin-to-Minnesota Reciprocal Pre-license course. Find approved course providers on the state’s PULSE Portal. Your course completion date cannot be more than one year old when you apply for your license. You will also need to pass the Minnesota state portion of the salesperson exam, which will cost $39. Schedule the exam withPearson VUE. Finally, find a Minnesota-licensed broker to sponsor and submit your application. The license fee is $130.

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Does Minnesota offer reciprocity with other states?

Active real estate license holders and residents of Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Oklahoma are eligible for reciprocity. Wisconsin license holders need to take a 13-hour course and the state exam. All other active license holders must meet the course and exam requirements.

Can I get my MN salesperson license if I live in another state?

Yes, you can apply for a Minnesota real estate salesperson license even if you live in another state. However, you’ll still need to work under a Minnesota-licensed real estate broker and comply with the salesperson license requirements.

Can I obtain a MN salesperson license if I’m not a U.S. citizen?

Minnesota has no citizenship requirements for obtaining your real estate salesperson license. You must be at least 18 years of age, pass the 90-hour Minnesota Pre-license Course Bundle, and successfully pass the state exam. You will need a Social Security number as part of the application process.

How can I get my MN license through reciprocity?

Full reciprocity holders will need to contact a Minnesota-licensed primary broker to submit their application. In addition, you must email a letter of current license certification no older than 90 days at the time of the application. Partial reciprocity holders will take an additional 13-hr course.

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

Licensed non-residents in a non-reciprocal state must complete the 90-hour Minnesota pre-license course bundle, pass the state portion of the salesperson exam, and find a Minnesota-licensed broker to submit the application.

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