Non-Resident Broker

 

To receive a Non-Resident North Dakota broker license, you must have an active broker license in your state of residence.

The application fee for a North Dakota broker's license is $120 with an $8 credit report fee. Send a completed application for a broker license to our office with the appropriate fees. A Certificate of Licensure from all states in which you currently hold or have held a real estate license must be included with your application.   To obtain a North Dakota real estate license all applicants must submit $8.00 with their application for a credit report.   Each licensee applying for a real estate broker license must complete and submit the Personal Authorization for Criminal History Record Check Request form with the Broker License Application. 

 

Criminal background check:

Each licensee applying for a real estate broker license must complete and submit the Personal Authorization for Criminal History Record Check Request form with the Broker License Application. 

Once a Broker License Application, fees, and the Criminal History Record Check Request is received by the NDREC office a Fingerprinting Kit will be mailed to you, including:

  1. Instructions
  2. (2) Fingerprint Cards

Upon getting fingerprinted you will need to mail the following back to the NDREC office:

  1. Completed Fingerprinting cards.
  2. Check or Money Order for $40.00 made out to the ND Attorney General.

 

Examination information:

Non-Residents of North Dakota must successfully pass the state portion of the North Dakota broker examination. 

  1. Applicants will be provided a letter of approval and test ID number. Once received they may contact AMP to schedule a time to take the examination.
  2. Applied Measurement Professionals (AMP) administers the broker examination.  For further information: www.goAMP.com
Errors & Omissions Insurance:

We will not issue your non-resident license until proof of errors and omissions insurance has been provided to our office. This can be obtained through RISC group insurance or an insurance carrier of your choice.

 

Documents

 

Links

Original Certificates of Licensure from each state where you are licensed or have been licensed