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FAQ: What offenses would disqualify me from receiving a NV License?

What offenses would disqualify me from receiving a NV License?

The NV Division of Real Estate may deny you a license if you have been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty, guilty but mentally ill, or nolo contendere for embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, practicing real estate without a license, or any crime involving moral turpitude. It will not issue a license to any person until at least three years after they have paid the final restitution ordered by the courts, or after their parole, probation, or sentence has expired. See the full list of denial reasons in the NRS 645.330 and NRS 645.332.

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Can I get my Nevada salesperson license if I have a prior conviction?

A prior conviction does not automatically disqualify you from getting a Nevada salesperson license. Certain crimes and pleas do disqualify you from receiving a license. These include felonies, crimes of moral turpitude, fraud, or extortion. The Nevada Division of Real Estate does have an appeals process.

What offenses would disqualify me from receiving a NV License?

The NDRE denies licenses if you have been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty, guilty but mentally ill, or nolo contendere for embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses, extortion, conspiracy to defraud, practicing real estate without a license, or any crime involving moral turpitude.

How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the NDRE?

Nevada salesperson real estate license application will ask questions about your criminal history. Disclose your history here.

When should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the NDRE?

You will disclose any prior criminal activity as part of the license application process. There are questions on the application to ask about any prior convictions or if you've entered a plea of nolo contendere.

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