Info: California DRE Public License Information

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Many veteran brokers and agents have told me that the first thing they do when they receive an offer on a listing is check the DRE records of the broker and/or agent presenting the offer.

You can check California DRE public license information quickly and easily through the California DRE website. All you need is a California DRE number or the first and last name of the agent or broker.

Click here to jump directly to the California DRE search page.

California DRE public license information includes the following:

  • License Type - Broker or Salesperson (Agent)
  • Mailing Address
  • License ID - DRE Number
  • Expiration Date
  • License Status
  • Former Names
  • Employing Broker
  • Office Address
  • DBA Information
  • License Comments

If you've never used this feature before, try it now using your own California DRE number so that you can see what other real estate professionals and members of the public see when they look up your information.

If you have any questions, comments, or complaints about items you see in the California DRE public license information records, contact the California DRE.

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Rainer
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Ernie Cabrera
REAL ESTATE AMERICA - Ernie Cabrera - Elk Grove, CA
Real Estate America

Frank, this is a good practice to do!  I appreciate you putting it out to the other agents and brokers in a great format.  We check the DRE website for license information all the time.  Thanks!

Dec 01, 2007 10:52 PM #1
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Bill Roberts
Brooks and Dunphy Real Estate - Oceanside, CA
"Baby Boomer" Retirement Planner

Frank, I too use the DRE website a lot. I encourage others to do so also. recently I posted about renewing my license online and how easy it was. I included a link to my DRE record. Easy License Renewals: Are They For You?

Bill Roberts

Dec 11, 2007 03:24 PM #2
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Karen Pierce
Karen Pierce | Housing Counselor |Oregon - Medford, OR
Frank, I have used the DRE's site, too. Had to reject an offer on a listing I had received from an agent many years ago who had let their license expire!
Dec 12, 2007 09:33 AM #3
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Frank Jewett
tech4REpros - San Jose, CA
Karen, I think that problem is going to become more common in 2008 as former licensees linger on the fringes of the industry without renewing.
Jan 23, 2008 12:01 PM #4
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