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Welcome to the North Dakota Real Estate Commission

 Welcome to the web site of the North Dakota Real Estate Commission. The Real Estate Commission was established in 1957 to protect the public through the regulation of the real estate industry in North Dakota. It is charged with the duty of supervising real estate licensees in a manner to ensure that they meet standards which will promote public understanding and confidence in the business of real estate brokerage.

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A public hearing to receive comments on proposed rules changes is scheduled for 9:00 am

CDT, Thursday, May 7, 2015 at the Leadership Hall Room 201, Bank of North Dakota, 

1200 Memorial Highway, Bismarck, North Dakota


The purpose of the proposed rules and amendments is to comply with changes in statute resulting

from HB1074 enacted during the most recent legislative session relating to the application deadline

for renewal of a real estate license and to update and clarify certain provisions pertaining to non-resident

licensure, trust accounts, continuing education, and out of state commission splits.


A copy of the proposed rules may be obtained by writing the North Dakota Real Estate Commission,

PO Box 727, Bismarck, ND 58502-0727, from this website or by calling 701-328-9749.  Written comments

may be submitted to this address until May 18, 2015.  If you plan on attending the public hearing and will need

special facilities or assistance relating to a disability, please contact the North Dakota Real Estate Commission

at the above telephone number or address at least 10 days prior to the public hearing.


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In accordance with NDCC 12-60-24 and 43-23-08.4, any applicant for licensure with the North Dakota Real Estate Commission or a licensee whose licensure is subject to investigation by the Commission shall be subject to a statewide and nationwide criminal history record check (finger printing).