My name is Vas and I’m residing at the moment in state of WA. Currently I’m RE broker , and I’m reviewing the possibility of moving to SC near future. If You can guide me n right direction to become a RE broker or agent I’d greatly appreciate.
Real Estate Broker
Skyline Properties, Inc.
While it doesn’t appear that SC has reciprocal agreements with Washington state, be sure to double check – but if you’ve been practicing in your home state of Washington, here are the requirements as listed on their real estate commission website:
“Also effective January 1, 2017, resident applicants with licenses in other jurisdictions who have been residents for more than 6 months cannot qualify to take the S.C. examination with just a certification of licensure from another jurisdiction. The resident applicant will need to also take the following pre-licensing education:
– For a Salesperson exam applicant, a SC resident (for more than 6 months) with a license in another jurisdiction who will have to take Unit II: Advanced Real Estate Principles class (30 hours)
– For a Broker exam applicant, a SC resident (for more than 6 months) with a broker license in another jurisdiction will have to take Broker Unit IIIA and Broker Unit IIIB classes (60 hours)”
If you need more information, check out the South Carolina real estate commission website: https://www.llr.sc.gov/POL/REC/
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