If I have a real estate license in another state, how can I get my Pennsylvania real estate license?

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Pennsylvania law provides “license reciprocity” for real estate licensees in order to facilitate business transactions across state lines.

The law, which was proposed by PAR and came into effect February 28, 2004, provides the State Real Estate Commission the authority to enter into reciprocal agreements with other states. Pennsylvania licensees may not practice in another state without a reciprocal license until such time as the Commission signs an agreement with that state.

Under the Act, the Commission is required to publish on its website states with which Pennsylvania has reciprocal agreements.

The following information is provided by PAR to help licensees understand the law:

The following states currently have Reciprocal Agreements with PA: