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2011 

The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) and the Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board (FREAB) are headquartered in Orlando, FL. The FREC is comprised of seven members (five real estate licensees and two persons never licensed in real estate). The FREAB is comprised of seven members (four appraise...
04/25/2011
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation is in the process of improving online applications for new licensees.  Some of the first applications to go live with the improved online format are the Real Estate Sales Associate License by Exam, and Real Estate Sales Associate License by M...
04/25/2011
 Florida Statutes requires all professional licensees to report to the department within 30 days of being convicted or found guilty of, or having plead nolo contendere or guilty to a crime in any jurisdiction. The statute also requires the reporting of any convictions that occurred prior to Octob...
04/25/2011
If you are currently a Florida registered trainee appraiser, or a certified residential appraiser and will be applying to upgrade your license to become a Florida certified residential or certified general appraiser, or have submitted an application after December 2009, this alert is for you. The...
04/25/2011
To maintain your real estate license, all licensees must comply with post-licensing or continuing education requirements and pay necessary renewal fees.  This also applies to those licensees with a suspended license. In support of the statutory requirements for your profession, the Department of ...
04/25/2011
Sales Associates who fail to complete the post-licensing education must re-qualify for licensure by meeting all current licensing criteria.  Broker and broker associates who fail to complete post-licensing education may request to revert to sales associate status within 6 months following expirat...
04/25/2011
All newly licensed sales associate and broker licensees must take required post-license education before the end of the first license renewal period. Your license will become null and void if you fail to take the post-licensure education within the initial licensure renewal period, as mandated by...
04/25/2011
A licensed broker may be issued upon request additional licenses as a broker, but not as a sales associate or as a broker associate, whenever it is clearly shown that the requested additional licenses are necessary to the conduct of real estate brokerage business and that the additional licenses ...
04/25/2011
Each broker or sales associate who furnishes a rental information list to a prospective tenant, for a fee paid by the prospective tenant, shall provide such prospective tenant with a contract or receipt, which contract or receipt contains a provision for the repayment of any amount over 25 percen...
04/25/2011
Authority to inspect and audit.  -Duly authorized agents and employees of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) shall have the power to inspect and audit in a lawful manner at all reasonable hours any broker or brokerage office licensed under this chapter, for the...
04/25/2011
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