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Managing Your Business in eLicense
eLicense, online license management system
As a principal broker or property manager, you will have two separate accounts in eLicense, the Agency’s new online license management system. You will use one to manage your personal license. You will use the other to manage your business account, whether you have a registered business name or you are doing business under your licensed name.

Business Processes You Manage Under Your Personal Account

License Transfers and Associations 
Transferring or associating a licensee to your real estate business is done under your personal eLicense account.

How to Add or Remove a Licensee from your business

Each transferring licensee will receive an e-mail confirmation. If applicable, each licensee’s previous principal broker or property manager will receive an e-mail notifying that the licensee is no longer associated with them.
 
Any principal broker or property manager working under your registered business name will have access to transfer new licensees to the business.

Inactivate a License
When you are no longer supervising a licensee, you can inactivate the licensee’s license by removing them from your business. This is done under you personal eLicense account.

Each licensee you inactivate will receive an e-mail confirmation. 
 
Licensees can also inactivate their own licenses in eLicense under their personal license account.

Clients' Trust Account Management
You must notify the Agency within 10 business days of opening or closing a clients' trust account. (ORS 696.241) You now do this online by logging in to eLicense under your personal license account. 

 

Business Processes You Manage under Your Business Account
  • Change Your Main Office Address 
  • Open a Branch Office 
  • Close a Business or Registered Business Name (Note: Licenses associated with the business will be inactivated automatically.)
If you are a principal broker and property manager operating under your own licensed name or a registered business name, you will need to log in to eLicense under your business account login to change your main office address, open a branch office, or close a business.  
 
Personal eLicense Account Login
When you first log in, you will be prompted to change your password.
 
User ID:     Your license number.  (Look up your license number using the Licensee Lookup in 
                   eLicense.)
Password:  The last four digits of your Social Security Number.


Business eLicense Account Login
Registered Business Names
When you first log in, you will be prompted to change your password.
 
User ID:     Registered Business Name ID Number
Password:  The last four digits of the Social Security Number of the principal broker or property
                   manager who registered the business name with the Agency or who has been 
                   identified as the person in charge of the Registered Business Name.

Principal Brokers Working under Their Own License Name
When you first log in, you will be prompted to change your password.
 
User ID:     Your license number plus the letters "PBLN" (e.g. 123456789PBLN).
Password:  The last four digits of your Social Security Number.

Property Managers Working under Their Own License Name
When you first log in, you will be prompted to change your password.
 
User ID:     Your license number plus the letters "PMLN" (e.g. 123456789PMLN).
Password:  The last four digits of your Social Security Number.


What do PBLN and PMLN mean?
PBLN stands for "principal broker license name" and PMLN stands for "property manager license name."
 
eLicense requires that some processes be done under your personal account, and some under your business account.
 
If you conduct professional real estate activity under a Registered Business Name, there is already a separate business account. If you do business under your own licensed name, the Agency has created a separate business account for you using the terms "PBLN" for principal brokers and "PMLN" for property managers.
 
Principal brokers and property managers who want to work under their own licensed name in the future will need to register for a PBLN or a PMLN to establish a business account.