Real Estate - Reciprocal


This application is for an individual Broker or Salesperson who is actively licensed by examination in a reciprocal state. List of Reciprocal States

  • Have an active license in good standing in a reciprocal state;
  • Passed the real estate licensing examination in the reciprocal state at the time of obtaining your license;
  • For salesperson applicants - sponsoring broker must have an “active” Connecticut broker license;
  • All applicants applying by reciprocity from the following states: Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio or applicants who have not taken the real estate licensing examination in a reciprocal state will be required to take the State Portion of the Connecticut Real Estate Examination administered by PSI. After the application is reviewed and approved, you will receive an Examination Eligibility Postcard from PSI Examination Services with instructions to register and schedule the examination. PSI can be contacted at 1-800-733-9267 or  

Required Documentation: 

  • Completed application;
  • Certification of license history/verification received directly from the reciprocal state. The license history must confirm you have an active license issued by examination;
  • Certification of license history/verification received from all other states in which you were ever issued a real estate license.   

Applications, Forms & Other:
Reciprocal Application Forms   OR   Apply Online

Application Fees:

  • Broker: $705.00 ($120.00 application fee*; $565.00 initial license fee; $20.00 guaranty fund)
                *application fee is non-refundable. 

  • Salesperson: $385.00 ($80.00 application fee*; $285.00 initial license fee; $20.00 guaranty fund)
                *application fee is non-refundable. 

Renewal & CE:

  • All real estate salesperson licenses expire annually on May 31st. All new licenses activated March 1st – May 31st will be given an expiration date of May 31st of the next year.
  • All real estate broker licenses expire annually on November 30th. All new licenses activated September 1st – November 30th will be given an expiration date of November 30th of the next year.
  • Renewal & CE Information

Broker Legal Entities:
If you plan to do business as a legal entity(Limited Liability Company, Corporation or Limited Liability Partnership) you must obtain a broker license in the name of that legal entity. Please refer to the New Legal Entity Application for information and instructions.

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