MD Real Estate License by Reciprocity

How to get a Maryland license when licensed in another state

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Office: 11890 Sunrise Valley Drive, Reston, VA (703) 476-1747

Get a Maryland Real Estate License by Reciprocity - when licensed in Virginia

You may get your real estate license in Maryland by reciprocity.  NOTE:  Technically it is not by reciprocity.  But you will only need to follow the steps below.  (I call it reciprocity for convenience.) You will need to take the Maryland portion of the PSI exam. You may use these instructions if licensed in Virginia or another state.  Get certification for each state where licensed. Here are the steps for Virginia licensed agents.  1- Request your Virginia certification of license using the DPOR certification request form. NOTE: If licensed in another state, you will need to find the certification of license/history on your state Board or Commission website. It must be dated within 30 days of sending it to the MD Commission.  It must be an original, not a copy. 2-  Send in a letter with the certification of your Virginia license requesting to take the MD portion of the PSI exam. Here is a sample letter.  Use your information and your out of state real estate license number. Maryland needs the original out of state license certification and cover letter. (mailed) 3- The Maryland Real Estate Commission will then authorize you to take the Maryland portion of the PSI license exam. PSI runs the licensing exams for many states.  Details at www. psiexams.com. There are 30 questions for MD salesperson.   (40 for brokers) MD Exam prep: You need to pass the state portion of the PSI exam. 1- Buy the online Qbank exam prep. 2- You can also buy the Maryland book. Both the online exam prep and the MD book can be found here: www.erealtycourses.com/exam-prep/maryland.htm Full instructions for license by reciprocity here:  http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/mrec/mrecout.shtml Questions?  Contact the MD Real Estate Commission at 410-230-6230 OR … contact Paul Hartke, instructor/ broker in VA, MD DC. MD Real Estate Commission website NOTE:  If you are NOT lcensed in Virginia or another state and wish to get a Maryland license, you will need to take the DC license course. The Maryland pre-licensing course is available here. Questions?  Contact the MD commission or contact our instructor, Paul Hartke, who is a licensed broker in VA, MD and DC. and the principal broker of National Realty, licensed in all 3 areas.  He is a licensed Virginia real estate instructor but has knowledge of all 3 as he is also a Virginia lawyer.
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MD Real Estate License by Reciprocity

How to get a Maryland license when

licensed in another state

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Act Web Real Estate School VaRealtySchool.com

Get a Maryland Real Estate License by

Reciprocity - when licensed in Virginia

You may get your real estate license in Maryland by reciprocity.  NOTE:  Technically it is not by reciprocity.  But you will only need to follow the steps below.  (I call it reciprocity for convenience.) You will need to take the Maryland portion of the PSI exam. You may use these instructions if licensed in Virginia or another state.  Get certification for each state where licensed. Here are the steps for Virginia licensed agents.  1- Request your Virginia certification of license using the DPOR certification request form. NOTE: If licensed in another state, you will need to find the certification of license/history on your state Board or Commission website. It must be dated within 30 days of sending it to the MD Commission.  It must be an original, not a copy. 2-  Send in a letter with the certification of your Virginia license requesting to take the MD portion of the PSI exam. Here is a sample letter.  Use your information and your out of state real estate license number. Maryland needs the original out of state license certification and cover letter. (mailed) 3- The Maryland Real Estate Commission will then authorize you to take the Maryland portion of the PSI license exam. PSI runs the licensing exams for many states.  Details at www. psiexams.com. There are 30 questions for MD salesperson.   (40 for brokers) MD Exam prep: You need to pass the state portion of the PSI exam. 1- Buy the online Qbank exam prep. 2- You can also buy the Maryland book. Both the online exam prep and the MD book can be found here: www.erealtycourses.com/exam-prep/maryland.htm Full instructions for license by reciprocity here:  http://www.dllr.state.md.us/license/mrec/mrecout.shtml Questions?  Contact the MD Real Estate Commission at 410-230-6230 OR … contact Paul Hartke, instructor/ broker in VA, MD DC. MD Real Estate Commission website NOTE:  If you are NOT lcensed in Virginia or another state and wish to get a Maryland license, you will need to take the DC license course. The Maryland pre-licensing course is available here. Questions?  Contact the MD commission or contact our instructor, Paul Hartke, who is a licensed broker in VA, MD and DC. and the principal broker of National Realty, licensed in all 3 areas.  He is a licensed Virginia real estate instructor but has knowledge of all 3 as he is also a Virginia lawyer.