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License Information

Attention New Licensees
All newly licensed sales associate and broker licensees must take required post-licensure education before the end of the first license renewal period. Your license will become null and void if you fail to take the post-licensure education within the initial licensure renewal period, as mandated by Florida statute.

Sales Associates who fail to complete the post-licensing education must re-qualify for licensure by meeting all current licensing criteria.  Broker and broker associates who fail to complete post-licensing education may request to revert to sales associate status within 6 months following expiration, but must have complied with the applicable continuing education requirements before their new sales associate license can be activated.

Reactivate an involuntary inactive license
You can renew an involuntary inactive license by mailing your renewal notice and fee, by contacting the DBPR Customer Contact Center at 850.487.1395 or by visiting www.MyFloridaLicense.com

If you wish to activate your license at the time of renewal, form 2050 must be completed and mailed with the renewal notice and fee.  Please note to renew an involuntary inactive license, all continuing education or post-education requirements must be met prior to renewal. Your license will be null and void if you fail renew the license within two years of your expiration date.

Update Your Address
It is your responsibility to ensure that DBPR has your correct mailing address.  You may update your address online at www.MyFloridaLicense.com or by calling the DBPR Customer Contact Center at 850.487.1395.