Florida DBPR Will No Longer Issue Paper Licenses

If you have passed your Florida Real Estate License Exam and are anxiously awaiting your Real Estate license, please note that the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation has made some significant changes in how they deliver Real Estate Licenses and Permits.

Starting June 4, 2015, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) will no longer print and mail initial, renewed or duplicate licenses for real estate Instructor, Broker, Sales Associate and Real Estate Brokerages and Schools.

 Individuals who have applied for their license through DBPR’s online services will receive an email with an attached printable copy of their license within two business days of passing their examination.  A licensee may begin to practice Real Estate as soon as the DBPR’s records are updated to reflect the Real Estate Brokerage with whom the licensee has chosen as an employing Broker.  Brokers can accomplish this online and does not have to wait until the new licensee produces their license.

Licensees may also print out their license using the secure online DBPR account at  http://www.myfloridalicense.com and follow the step-by-step instructions on how to submit a print request. 

 If individuals have not created their online account,  they can do so starting June 4, 2015 and submit their license print request two business days after they have passed the examination.

If you have any questions regarding a career in Real Estate, feel free to call me at 352-650-1029 or email me at [email protected] Please visit my website for information regarding classes to get licensed in the Tampa Bay area.  

Nature Coast Real Estate School has four convenient locations in Pasco and Hernando counties to serve the Real Estate licensing needs of the north Tampa Bay area.  

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