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License Reciprocity for Real Estate Salesperson and Broker Licensing

 

License reciprocity is a standard of practice in which a jurisdiction (i.e., Connecticut ) allows an active licensee from another jurisdiction to practice in its jurisdiction, subject to special license law requirements. This recognition between two jurisdictions is encouraged when mutually advantageous.

Connecticut has Mutual Recognition Agreements with numerous states. License requirements may vary by state so it is important for the Connecticut licensee to first contact the state where they are seeking recognition.

As part of its reciprocity application, most states will require a Certificate of License History from the “domain” state.  If you hold or previously held a license in Connecticut you can view and print a Request for License History/Verification Form and mail it to the Department.

States That Have Reciprocity Agreements with Connecticut

  • FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATIONS
    FL & CT Applicants - Licensing Law Exam Required
    Website: www.myflorida.com/dbpr
    Telephone: (850) 487–1395
  • ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL & PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
    IL & CT Applicants - Licensing Law Exam Required
    Website: https://www.idfpr.com/

    Telephone: (800) 560-6420
  • INDIANA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION – INDIANA PROFESSIONAL LICENSING AGENCY
    IN & CT Applicants - Licensing Law Exam Required 
    Website: http://www.in.gov/pla/real.htm 
    Telephone: (317) 234–3009
  • OHIO DIVISION OF REAL ESTATE & PROFESSIONAL LICENSING
    OH & CT Applicants - Licensing Law Exam Required
    Website: http://www.com.state.oh.us/real/
    Telephone: (614) 466–4100