Salesperson and broker licensees may
change their mailing addresses using the eLicensing
system. A letter is mailed to the licensee at both
the old and new address to confirm the change. To ensure
mail delivery, the eLicensing system may modify the
structure of the address to conform to United States
Postal Service standards.
Licensee mailing addresses are public information and
as such are posted on the Internet and available from DRE via
telephone and written requests. Licensees should carefully
consider this when identifying a mailing address.
If a licensee wishes to provide a business
address as his/her mailing address, please include "c/o" (in
care of) information within the address that appropriately
identifies the business entity.
An employing broker's change of mailing or
main office address does not change any salesperson's mailing
address. Each salesperson who uses the employing broker's
address as his/her mailing address must initiate his/her own
mailing address change request.
A new license is not automatically issued.
If a new license is desired, a duplicate license request can be
processed using the eLicensing system.
License certificates and correspondence are
always mailed to the licensee at the mailing address provided to
Examinees may also change their exam
mailing address via eLicensing. A change of exam
mailing address will have no effect on any licensee
mailing address on file at the DRE as they are separate
and distinct addresses. A letter is also mailed to
the examinee at both the old and new address to confirm