If you currently hold a real estate license in another state, you must still meet all of Oregon's licensing requirements to conduct professional real estate activity in Oregon.
There are no waivers of education or license examinations available.
In Oregon, the broker license is the entry-level real estate license. You can find more information about the requirements for each license in the links below:
Oregon has reciprocal licensing agreements with the following jurisdictions:
- South Dakota
The requirements for reciprocal licensing are specific.
Contact the Agency for more information.
Spouses, domestic partners of active military
The Agency may issue a temporary authorization to conduct professional real estate activity in Oregon to a spouse or domestic partner of a member of the U.S. military stationed in this state per
Chapter 142 and
Chapter 626, Oregon Laws 2019.
A qualifying applicant is required to:
- Hold an active license of the same real estate license category in another U.S. state;
- Complete an application and pay the $300 license application fee;
- Submit a background check and fingerprints;
- Furnish certification of an active license from another U.S. state; and
- Pay the required fee to the exam services provider to take the state portion of the applicable license examination.
Contact the Agency for more information on requirements and the application