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

Real Estate Salesperson:  Must be at least 18 years of age, need to apply for their real estate license within six months of completing the school requirements and fulfilling one of the following requirements:   1. Successfully completing a 60-hour salesperson course. 2. Be a licensed attorney. 3. Be granted a one-time sitting for the real estate examinations by the Commission. 4. Qualify for a one-time sitting for the examinations by being actively licensed in another state as either a salesperson or broker for at least 12 of the immediately preceding 18 months.   

Continued education: Contact the Missouri Real Estate Commission for full details.

Broker applicants:  Must either have passed the salesperson examination or have a current salesperson license and needs to fulfill one of the following: 1. Successfully complete a 48-hour broker education course. 2. Have an active Missouri salesperson license for 12 of the last 18 months. 3. Be a licensed attorney.  4. Be granted a one-time sitting for the examination by the Commission.  5. Qualify for a one-time sitting for the broker real estate examinations by being actively licensed as a broker in another state for 12 of the preceding 18 months.

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents:  Due to recent statute changes, all reciprocal agreements have been rescinded.



Additional Note:
The Missouri Division of Professional Registration provides administrative support to 39 professional licensing boards and commissions within the state, including the Missouri Real Estate Commission


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