License Reciprocity PA & NJ
Pennsylvania licensees wanting to become licensed in New Jersey:
- Go to New Jersey and take the 75 hour pre-licensure course and follow the normal procedures for licensure.
- Attending all classes
- Passing a school final examination
- Passing the State examination (Candidates must pass both portions of exam simultaneously, this includes state and national)
- Take 15 hours of a broker pre-licensure course in Pennsylvania at a school approved by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission.
- Complete a New Jersey Salesperson Waiver Application
- Submit a current Certificate of Licensure from the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission (Click here for the PALS site to obtain the certificate.)
- Attach a transcript certifying to the successful completion of the 15-hour Broker course (transcripts must state that these credits would be applied towards the broker credits required in Pennsylvania
- Submit a money order or certified check for $25.00 (non-refundable processing fee)
If your application is approved, you will be issued a Certificate of Eligibility which you must present to the test site center supervisor at the time of examination.
Please note: The exam you must take for New Jersey is a combined exam with a total of 110 questions on national and state level.
For more information call the NJ Real Estate Education Bureau at 609-292-7272 ext. 50596 or www.dobi.nj.gov
New Jersey Real Estate Commission
Licensees wanting reciprocity to become licensed in Pennsylvania
- RECIPROCAL STATES - The PA Real Estate Commission has a reciprocity agreement with Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, and West Virginia only. Reciprocity Information
PA Real Estate Commission- PA Reciprocal Licensing
- Applicants who currently are licensed in a state other than the reciprocal states (or have held a license in the last five years) must complete the state-specific portion of the exam and provide proof of the other licensure when completing the License Application. They also must submit a Criminal History Record Information Report from the state where the applicant resides. For more information and appropriate application forms click here
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