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You must be registered with BRE to perform eLicensing transactions. Register now!

Examination applicants will be asked to select a scheduling location, date, and time from a list of available options.

Existing licensees will be asked to enter the information required on the mail-in application forms into the secure online system. You can review the information that will be needed by viewing the applicable form.

  • RE 203, Branch Office Application
  • RE 204, Broker Change Application
  • RE 208, Broker Renewal Application
  • RE 209, Salesperson Renewal Application
  • RE 214, Salesperson Change Application
  • RE 213, Continuing Education Extension/Exemption Request

Renewal applicants will also need to enter the course number and completion date of continuing education courses taken.  Continuing education requirements must be completely satisfied in order to renew through the eLicensing system.

For fee based transactions such as examination schedule requests, renewals and duplicate license requests, you must authorize payment using your VISA, MasterCard, American Express credit card or debit card bearing a VISA or MasterCard logo.  Please have the information readily available.  For your protection, BRE does not process payments nor keep any credit card information on file.  All fee payments are conducted through a payment processing center using secured transactions.

After successful completion of the eLicensing transaction, no additional documents will need to be submitted to BRE.  However, if an error occurs and you cannot complete your eLicensing transaction, you will need to submit the applicable form to the BRE by mail or in-person at of the BRE District Offices.

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