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License Reciprocity: Where Are Illinois Agents’ Licenses Valid Outside the State?

by Chicago Agent

It’s an advantage to be able to do business in multiple states. Real estate brokers have clients outside the state all the time, whether for second home clients, clients looking to make a move permanently to Illinois, or clients who are simply buying an investment property. Do you know where your Illinois real estate license has reciprocity? Chicago Agent has compiled a list of where real estate licenses are valid outside the state, with links to each department of licensing. Take a look and see where you can conduct business and gain a few clients!

As of February 23, 2010, Illinois currently has reciprocity in the following states

COLORADO
Department of Regulatory Agencies
 Division of Real Estate
1900 Grant Street, Suite 600
Denver, CO 80203
303-894-2166

CONNECTICUT
Department of Consumer Protection Occupational and Professional Licensing Division
165 Capitol Avenue, Room 110
Hartford, CT 06106
860-713-7230

GEORGIA
Real Estate Commission
229 Peachtree Street, NE
International Tower, Suite 1000
Atlanta, GA 30303-1605
404-656-3916

INDIANA
Professional Licensing Agency
302 West Washington Street, Room E034
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2700
317-232-2980

IOWA
Real Estate Commission
1918 SE Hulsizer Avenue
Ankeny, IA 50021-3941
515-281-3183

KENTUCKY
Real Estate Commission
10200 Linn Station Road, Suite 201
Louisville, KY 40223
502-425-4273

NEBRASKA
Real Estate Commission
1200 ‘N’ Street, Suite 402
P.O. Box 94667
Lincoln, NE 68059-4667
402-471-2004

SOUTH DAKOTA
Real Estate Commission
118 W. Capitol
Pierre, SD 57501
605-773-3600

WISCONSIN
Department of Regulation and Licensing
1400 East Washington Avenue
P.O. Box 8935
Madison, WI 53708
608-266-5511

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Comments

  • Great information, very helpful.

    IDFPR does not currently list Kentucky as a state Illinois has reciprocity with.

    Never assume that because Illinois has reciprocity with another state you can just charge in and practice there. Check with the state authority as there may be some requirements (far short of what it would take to become licensed, but requirements nonetheless) before you can practice there.

  • Gerald L. Schelfaut says:

    I currently hold a broker/realtor license in Illinois and I am moving to Kentucky. I would like to know what I need to do to get my Real Estate License in Kentucky.
    Regards,
    Gerald Schelfaut

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