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Washington DC
Category - Government Agencies - State Real Estate Agencies

Real Estate Salesperson:  Applicants are required to take the 60-hour pre-licensing real estate agent classes and must pass both education courses and the real estate exams with a 75% passing score. 

Continued education:  All licensees are required to take fifteen (15) hours of real estate continuing education every two years.

Broker applicants:  Must be licensed for two consecutive years as a District of Columbia salesperson before applying to be a broker and must take 135 hours of approved real estate courses.

Reciprocal license recognition & Non-residents: The district of Columbia has broad reciprocity agreements with other states. The arrangements are different for Maryland and Virginia than they are for other states. Salespersons and brokers currently licensed in either Maryland or Virginia are required to take three-hours of real estate courses in Fair Housing before applying for a District of Columbia agentís license.

Additional Note:
Columbia: Board of Real Estate - The Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) in the District of Columbia administers the District of Columbia Board of Real Estate

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