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FAQ: When is a real estate license required in Indiana?

When is a real estate license required in Indiana?

A real estate license is required if you represent a seller or buyer of real property as an agent and earn a commission in the process. Note that you do not need a real estate license to buy or sell your own home.

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What must I do if I transfer sponsoring brokers?

Indiana requires you to notify them of the transfer. You can fill out a transfer of license online, saving you time and money. If your license transfer will require additional documentation, you’ll need to print and send in a reassignment form to the IPLA, following these directions.

What can I do with my Indiana real estate license?

Holding an Indiana real estate broker license enables you to sell or lease all types of real estate in the State of Indiana and earn a commission in the process. You can represent buyers looking to purchase any type of real property in Indiana and earn a commission from the seller's broker.

When is a real estate license required in Indiana?

A real estate license is required if you represent a seller or buyer of real property as an agent and earn a commission in the process. Note that you do not need a real estate license to buy or sell your own home.

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