How To Apply For Reciprocity

Maryland

Individuals actively licensed in all other states may start the process by providing a certificate of full licensing history from the state where they were first licensed and are currently licensed. Send the history document (original only, not a copy) to us within 30 days of its issue date by your home state along with a cover letter, personally signed, with your mailing address and complete contact information, including an email address. Send to the Education Administrator, Maryland Real Estate Commission, 500 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202-3651. Do not fax or email this information. If qualified, you will be sent all information needed to register for the exam, and if you do not qualify you will be so advised. Education and experience from a home state are reviewed for transferability, individually for each applicant. Waivers may be offered only to active licensees.

Website and contact information:

Contact the Commission
Maryland Real Estate Commission
500 North Calvert Street, 3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202-3651
410-230-6230
Fax: 410-333-0023
e-mail: dlmrec-dllr@maryland.gov

 

District of Columbia

DC also requires that all licensee take a 3 hour Fair Housing Course. You also need to pass the state portion of the licensing exam and obtain a Letter of Good Standing from your home state.  Please visit our Exam Prep page for more information.

For more information regarding the examination process, please review the Real Estate License Examination Candidate Information Bulletin.

Virginia

You are required to pass the state portion of the licensing exam and get a Letter of Good Standing from your home state. No other classes are needed, however we do offer a Prep Course to prepare you for the exam. Please visit our Exam Prep page for the schedule.

http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/Boards/Real-Estate/How_to_Apply_Individual