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Licensing NJ: Differences In Real Estate Licenses

What’s the difference between real estate sales licenses in New Jersey? There are four kinds of real estate licenses issued in New Jersey. They are for salespersons, broker-salespersons, brokers, and referral agents. The relationship between a broker and the remaining three is much the same as that between a boss and workers. A broker operating his or her […]

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Licensing NJ: State Requirements Or Qualifications

Why do I need a license, anyway? New Jersey state law requires that you obtain a license to assist in the purchase, sale, rental or lease of real estate on behalf of anyone other than yourself. The license is issued by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, and is supervised by the New Jersey Real […]

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How To Get A Real Estate Sales License In New Jersey

How do you qualify for an NJ real estate sales license? Be 18 years of age or older; Have a high school education or its equivalent; Complete a 75-hour pre-licensure course at a state-licensed school (Polley is licensed); and Pass the license examination. After successfully completing the course and passing the examination, the applicant must […]

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How To Get A Sales License In NJ, If Already Licensed In PA

CompuCram Prepares You For The NJ License Exam New Jersey’s Instructions On The Subject For Pennsylvania-licensed real estate salespersons who wish to obtain a sales license in New Jersey, the New Jersey State Real Estate Commission has issued a one-page guide on the topic (below). How Polley Associates Makes The Task Easier Most Pennsylvania licensees are interested in […]

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