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FAQ: How can I get my OH real estate license through reciprocity?

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

If you qualify for a reciprocal license, You must take an Ohio real estate law course at an institution of higher education. You must also be affiliated with an Ohio license broker. You will have to fill out a salesperson reciprocity exam application with an $81 fee and the consent to service of process form. Include with the application and letter of good standing from your current state of licensure and your proof of completing the Ohio real estate law course. You also need to be fingerprinted and pass the state portion of the Ohio real estate exam.

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Does Ohio offer reciprocity with other states?

Yes, Ohio does offer reciprocity with the following states: Arkansas, Connecticut, Kentucky, Mississippi, Nebraska, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

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

Take an Ohio real estate law course at an institution of higher education. Be affiliated with an Ohio license broker, then fill out a salesperson reciprocity exam application and the consent to service of process form. Include a certified license history and get fingerprinted by an OH vendor.

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

If you are eligible for reciprocity, you can submit a salesperson reciprocity exam application. Follow the steps outlined in the application. If your state does not offer reciprocity with Ohio, you will have to follow the same steps as a new salesperson applicant.

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

As part of your application, you'll need to turn in a Consent to Service of Process form. Otherwise, you must follow the same steps as a state resident seeking a salesperson license application.

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