applicants with no current real
estate license in the state in which they completed the pre-license education
work and passed a comprehensive licensing examination may seek licensure
following the requirements for initial license set in the WV Code § 30-40-12
and § 30-40-13.
with a current license in the state
in which they completed the pre-license education work and passed a
comprehensive licensing examination may seek licensure if they meet the
requirements of W. Va. Code §30-40-15 and the requirements of the Commission’s Rules
and by submitting the following:
in full application (Salesperson or Broker) with all signatures notarized.
fee in the amount of $25.00.
of licensure from all jurisdictions where the applicant currently holds or have
held a real estate license. The certificate must be obtained within 60 days
prior to applying for a license in West Virginia and shall, at minimum, show:
Name and address of the licensee;
Status of license (current, active, inactive,
renewed, expired, etc.);
Type of license (salesperson, broker, associate
Date of initial license and expiration date;
Period of time the license has been active and
The way the license was obtained (by
examination or by reciprocity);
Type of examination(s) - national and state or only state;
Record of any disciplinary actions against the
Any additional information the Commission may
of residency form and a copy of his/her driver’s license or voter’s
consent for service form.
f. Statement-Out-Of- State form.
Resolution (Broker candidates only).
Fund Account and Consent to Examine form (Broker of record candidates only).
and National criminal record history report.
salesperson application must be signed by a Broker who holds an active Broker
license in West Virginia, and include two recommendations from property owners
have known the applicant for at least two years
are not related to the applicant
are not affiliated with the applicant as an
employer, partner, or associate or with
the broker that will employ the applicant
believe the applicant bears good reputation for
honesty, trustworthiness, and fair dealing
believe the applicant is competent to transact
business in manner that would protect the interest of the public.
non-resident applicants are required to take the state-specific portion of the
for salesperson or broker.
must contact the WV Real Estate Commission for specific requirements based on
the Reciprocal Agreement between OH and WV.