KAR 11:210 Reciprocal Licensing

Section 3
(1) An individual actively licensed as a real estate professional outside of Kentucky may apply for an equivalent Kentucky license.

(2) To obtain a sales associate license by reciprocal licensing, an individual shall:
(a) File with the commission a national criminal history check in accordance with KRS 324.045(5) and this administrative regulation;
(b) File with the commission a certification of licensure issued within the preceding ninety (90) days by the regulatory authority of the state for which the individual seeks reciprocity;
(c) Submit proof of completion of six (6) academic credit hours or their equivalent in real estate courses from an accredited institution or approved real estate school pursuant to KRS 324.046 and KRS 324.141(1)(a)3.;
(d) Pass the Kentucky law portion of the licensing examination for a sales associate’s license;
(e) Submit a completed and signed Consent to Jurisdiction and Service of Process, KREC Form 205, if the applicant resides outside of Kentucky; and
(f) The nonrefundable sixty (60) dollar original license fee and sixty (60) dollar recovery fund fee required by KRS 324.287(2) and (8).

(3) To obtain a broker license by reciprocal licensing an individual shall:
(a) File with the commission a national criminal history check in accordance with KRS 324.045(5) and this administrative regulation;
(b) File with the commission a certification of licensure issued within the preceding ninety (90) days by the regulatory authority of the state for which the individual seeks reciprocity;
(c) Submit proof of completion of twenty one (21) academic credit hours or their equivalent in real estate courses from an accredited institution or approved real estate school pursuant to KRS 324.046 and KRS 324.141(1)(a)3.;
(d) Pass the Kentucky law portion of the licensing examination for a broker’s license;
(e) Submit a completed and signed Consent to Jurisdiction and Service of Process, KREC Form 205, if the applicant resides outside of Kentucky; and
(f) The nonrefundable sixty (60) dollar original license fee and sixty (60) dollar recovery fund fee required by KRS 324.287(2) and (8).

(4) For purposes of subsections (2)(c) and (3)(c) of this Section, “or their equivalent” shall mean any education requirements approved by the commission pursuant to a reciprocity agreement entered into between the jurisdiction from which the applicant is seeking reciprocity and the commission.

(5) An applicant may submit a paper or electronic application.

(6) Within ten (10) days of being issued a license number and OP ID, the licensee shall:
(a) Create an Online Services Portal account;
(b) Verify the licensee’s current residential address and telephone number; and
(c)1. Provide one (1) electronic mail address;The licensee may provide additional, unique electronic mail addresses.
2. The licensee may provide additional, unique electronic mail addresses.

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