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Real Estate Education Committee

The Real Estate Education Committee of the Delaware Real Estate Commission reviews course provider and instructor applications and makes recommendations to the Commission. The Committee usually meets the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m. All meetings are open to the general public and are held in Conference Room A of the Cannon Building, […]

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Forms

Applications and requests for services (referred to as Service Requests) are processed in DELPROS, our online licensing portal. DELPROS provides you with instructions for submitting the forms required to complete a license application or service request. The submission method depends on the type of form. Some forms you can upload directly to your application or […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I obtain a certificate of licensure history? How do I place a license on inactive status? How do I reactivate an inactive Salesperson license? How do I transfer a license? How do I reinstate an expired license? As a broker, how do I terminate a licensee? How do I change the name of […]

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Continuing Education and Audit Information

Continuing Education Requirement The content and amount of continuing education (CE) that you are required to complete depends on when your license was issued and whether you are a Broker/Associate Broker or a Salesperson. This page summarizes the requirements. However, for complete information on the CE requirements, see Section 13.0 of the Commission’s Rules and […]

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Fee Schedule

Fees for License Applications Application fees and other miscellaneous fees for this profession are listed below. All fees are now securely processed in DELPROS (Delaware Professional Regulation Online Services). DELPROS has a shopping cart concept, which conveniently allows you to pay for your applications and services at one time or individually with a credit or […]

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Real Estate Office

Types of Office Permits There are two types of office permits: A Main Office is the primary office of the business. If it has any Branch Offices, the Main Office is the “headquarters.” A Branch Office is a “satellite” office of a Main Office. You must identify the Main Office for a Branch. When to […]

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Reinstatement

When to Request Reinstatement of Your License If your former Delaware license is in an Expired status, and it is past the 60-day late renewal period, you can no longer renew the license.  To resume practicing in Delaware, you must apply for reinstatement of licensure in the DELPROS online portal. To check the status and […]

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Real Estate Commission

Objective and Function The primary objective of the Delaware Real Estate Commission is to protect the public from unsafe practices and practices which tend to reduce competition or fix prices for services. The Commission must also maintain standards of professional competence and service delivery. To meet these objectives, the Commission develops standards for professional competency […]

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Broker and Associate Broker Licensure

When to Apply You may apply for licensure as a Broker or an Associate Broker and by examination or by reciprocity. A Broker is primarily responsible for the day-to-day management and supervision of a brokerage organization 24 Del. C. § 2907(d). This is commonly referred to as a “broker of record.” An Associate Broker does […]

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Salesperson Licensure

When to Apply Apply for a Salesperson license after you have passed the salesperson examination.  For information on the examination, see Pearson VUE (testing service). You may apply for a Salesperson license by examination or reciprocity. Apply by reciprocity if you hold a current, active real estate license in another jurisdiction (state, U.S. territory or District of […]

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