Author: Sarah Kolvas

Eligibility for a CalBRE salesperson license

Before applying for a California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) salesperson license, be sure you’re eligible under CalBRE’s guidelines. If you’re already licensed, send this to friends or family who want to become licensed. To obtain a California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) salesperson license, an applicant needs to meet requirements regarding: age; criminal activity disclosure; pre-licensing education; and the state examination. Minimum requirements The minimum age for CalBRE license applicants is 18. Out-of-state applicants may qualify for a CalBRE salesperson license. Out-of-state applicants are to follow the same licensing requirements as California residents. However, in addition to standard...

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[M]ost people join CAR in order to obtain the forms, not for the other services. And if there were any viable choices for agents, CAR would immediately suffer as much as a 40% to 50% loss in membership. […] CAR owns the “for profit” company that produces their software, with top officers in CAR sitting in top management spots in ZipLogix. This is the living, breathing definition of a conflict of interest. […] On their website they parade their forms software as “free” when cost of their forms software for non-members as a percentage of their actual membership cost speaks for itself.

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