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

Salesperson:  Must be at least 18 years of age, need to pass the real estate exam, needs to be sponsored by a licensed Vermont broker and be associated with that broker’s office, and the license needs to be applied for within one year of passing the exams.  All applicants need to sign statements regarding Child Support, Taxes, and Unemployment Compensation Contributions as a part of the license application.

Continued education:    Salesperson licensees need to complete at least eight hours of continuing education courses and broker licensees need to complete at least 12 hours of continuing education courses during the two-year period before renewal of their license.

Broker applicants:  Must be at least 18 years of age, have to complete at least eight hours of approved real estate courses and have at least one year of active experience as a real estate salesperson – this experience shall be listing or selling at least six closed transactions during the year. The applicant needs to pass the real estate examinations and apply for the license within one year.

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents:  Out-of-state broker or salesperson applicants must successfully complete an 8-hour broker course before they can receive a Vermont license.



Additional Note:
Vermont Real Estate Commission - is an agency under the Office of Professional Regulation, of the Vermont Secretary of State’s office.


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