Virginia Real Estate License by Reciprocity Get a VA real estate license for agents or anyone with a license in another state.

Virginia real estate license by reciprocity

If you are licensed in another state, you can usually apply for a Virginia license by reciprocity.  Here is our “super quick” summary of how to get a VA license by reciprocity (subject to all other requirements). 1- Register for the PSI exam.  Full instructions at PSIexams.com. The form you need:  Registration form for Virgnia license by reciprocity exam. Fax that in with a copy of your current real estate license in your state.. 2- Pass the Virginia state portion of the PSI exam. 3- Request a certified copy of your out-of-state license from your state. 4- Obtain proof that you completed 60 hours of real estate education that satisfies the similar to Virginia course requirement. 5- Apply for your license with a licensed broker with the original certification of licensure and proof of education attached.  Of course the above is the quick summary list.  Now let’s look at the some more details on requirements.  Yes, you can also see the DPOR regulations for full details.

Virginia License by  Reciprocity Requirements

·        Currently licensed in another state in good standing ·        Submit the PSI exam registration form by fax (or mail).  The form and full instructions are at www.psiexams.com.   The form you need is here: Registration form for Virgnia license by reciprocity exam. ·        Take the Virginia portion of the PSI exam. Locations on their website. After you pass the Va portion of the PSI exam, you will need to have these to submit your license application. ·        Provide proof of education substantially equivalent to the Virginia requirements (60 hour pre-license course).  You will need an original or certified transcript or certificate of course completion. ·        Provide certificate of licensure or letter of good standing from each state where licensed dated within the last 45 days of your application. It must show license number, date of licensure, expiration date, how obtained (exam vs reciprocity) and any disciplinary matters. ·        Meet all the other requirements such as 18 years old, high school or GED, criminal background disclosure, etc.  ·        BROKERS ONLY:  See additional requirements for Virginia broker license by reciprocity. Contact us or see the full regulations regarding reciprocity for a Virginia license for details.  This is a summary.  Our instructor always advises anyone applying by reciprocity to contact the Virginia Real Estate Board to confirm your situation and any details regarding your particular situation.  The Board can be contacted at 804-367-8526. To prepare for the exam, please see the materials and information on our exam prep page.   There are books and an online exam prep.  Some books are in stock in our office.  Any questions, let us know.  Paul, our instructor, also has some great notes to help you pass the Virginia portion of the PSI exam.  Our instructor, Paul Hartke is the principal broker and co-owner of National Realty, a Virginia real estate company in Northern Virginia and licensed in VA, MD and DC.  If you would like to discuss working with National Realty, contact Paul at (703) 860-4600 ext 411 or visit www.joinnational.com.  Paul practiced as a lawyer starting in 1981 prior to full time real estate career in 1995.  His company currently has over 100 agents and is actively seeking additional agents.  His knowledge of real estate laws and marketing strategies have helped many potential and current agents to advance their real estate careers.  Paul’s wife, Constance, runs the administrative portion of the real estate school. Note:  Salespersons must work under a broker.  Brokers can work under a broker (associate broker) or apply as a principal broker. You likely do NOT need to take a course unless you prefer that to the exam prep materials on our website.  Paul, our instructor, also has exam prep books in our Reston office, plus his own VA exam prep “Pass the Exam” tips and VA legal summary. Note:  If you are already licensed in Virginia and looking to get a Washington DC or Maryland license by reciprocity, check the DC reciprocity page or the MD reciprocity license page.
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Virginia real estate license by reciprocity

If you are licensed in another state, you can usually apply for a Virginia license by reciprocity.  Here is our “super quick” summary of how to get a VA license by reciprocity (subject to all other requirements). 1- Register for the PSI exam.  Full instructions at PSIexams.com. The form you need:  Registration form for Virgnia license by reciprocity exam. Fax that in with a copy of your current real estate license in your state.. 2- Pass the Virginia state portion of the PSI exam. 3- Request a certified copy of your out-of-state license from your state. 4- Obtain proof that you completed 60 hours of real estate education that satisfies the similar to Virginia course requirement. 5- Apply for your license with a licensed broker with the original certification of licensure and proof of education attached.  Of course the above is the quick summary list.  Now let’s look at the some more details on requirements.  Yes, you can also see the DPOR regulations for full details.

Virginia License by  Reciprocity

Requirements

·        Currently licensed in another state in good standing ·        Submit the PSI exam registration form by fax (or mail).  The form and full instructions are at www.psiexams.com.   The form you need is here: Registration form for Virgnia license by reciprocity exam. ·        Take the Virginia portion of the PSI exam. Locations on their website. After you pass the Va portion of the PSI exam, you will need to have these to submit your license application. ·        Provide proof of education substantially equivalent to the Virginia requirements (60 hour pre- license course).  You will need an original or certified transcript or certificate of course completion. ·        Provide certificate of licensure or letter of good standing from each state where licensed dated within the last 45 days of your application. It must show license number, date of licensure, expiration date, how obtained (exam vs reciprocity) and any disciplinary matters. ·        Meet all the other requirements such as 18 years old, high school or GED, criminal background disclosure, etc.  ·        BROKERS ONLY:  See additional requirements for Virginia broker license by reciprocity. Contact us or see the full regulations regarding reciprocity for a Virginia license for details.  This is a summary.  Our instructor always advises anyone applying by reciprocity to contact the Virginia Real Estate Board to confirm your situation and any details regarding your particular situation.  The Board can be contacted at 804-367-8526. To prepare for the exam, please see the materials and information on our exam prep page.   There are books and an online exam prep.  Some books are in stock in our office.  Any questions, let us know.  Paul, our instructor, also has some great notes to help you pass the Virginia portion of the PSI exam.  Our instructor, Paul Hartke is the principal broker and co-owner of National Realty, a Virginia real estate company in Northern Virginia and licensed in VA, MD and DC.  If you would like to discuss working with National Realty, contact Paul at (703) 860-4600 ext 411 or visit www.joinnational.com.  Paul practiced as a lawyer starting in 1981 prior to full time real estate career in 1995.  His company currently has over 100 agents and is actively seeking additional agents.  His knowledge of real estate laws and marketing strategies have helped many potential and current agents to advance their real estate careers.  Paul’s wife, Constance, runs the administrative portion of the real estate school. Note:  Salespersons must work under a broker.  Brokers can work under a broker (associate broker) or apply as a principal broker. You likely do NOT need to take a course unless you prefer that to the exam prep materials on our website.  Paul, our instructor, also has exam prep books in our Reston office, plus his own VA exam prep “Pass the Exam” tips and VA legal summary. Note:  If you are already licensed in Virginia and looking to get a Washington DC or Maryland license by reciprocity, check the DC reciprocity page or the MD reciprocity license page.