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Delaware Real Estate Commission
Category - Government Agencies - State Real Estate Agencies

Real Estate Salesperson:   Applicants must successfully complete 99 hours of approved courses, must pass the two-part standardized salesperson licensing real estate exams and needs to submit an affidavit stating he/she has not engaged in any acts or offenses that would be grounds for discipline.

Continued education:   The agent needs 15 specific credit hours of real estate continuing education courses.

Broker applicants:   Applicants needs to complete 99 hours of approved courses, must pass the two-part standardized broker licensing real estate exams, needs to submit an affidavit stating he/she has not engaged in any acts or offenses that would be grounds for discipline, provide a current personal credit report from a major credit reporting bureau, and a certified, detailed list of at least 30 real estate sales transactions made within the last five years.   

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents:   Non-residents, who is currently licensed and practicing within another state, usually do not need further Delaware real estate education but do need to take the Delaware state law portion of the real estate exams.   Non-resident applicants for a real estate broker license also need to provide a current, original credit report from a major credit reporting bureau and a certified, detailed list of 30 sales transactions made within the last five years.



Additional Note:
It is part of The Delaware Department of State, Division of Professional Regulation, Real Estate Commission


External Links
http://www.professionallicensing.state.de.us/boards/realestate/
 
 
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Government Agencies - State Real Estate Agencies
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