Can a Real Estate Agent Hold Licenses in Multiple States?

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Can a Real Estate Agent Hold Licenses in Multiple States?
Begin collecting the documentation you’ll need for your secondary license about one month before you intend to apply. In addition to a copy of your active, primary real estate license, you’ll need a certified licensure history from each state where you are or have been licensed, as well as a government-issued photo ID. If the name on your active license differs from the name on your ID, you’ll also need documentation that supports the name change — your Social Security card and marriage certificate, for example, if your photo ID has your married name but you practice real estate under your maiden name.
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