State offices and all DLLR physical locations will be closed to the public November 26 through November 28, 2014. However, Unemployment Insurance telephone and Web operations WILL be available on Wednesday, November 26.

DLLR's Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing


Out of State License Recognition - How Does An Out-of-State Licensee Apply for Licensure in Maryland - Maryland Real Estate Commission


If a reciprocal agreement is not listed with your state, you may start the process by providing a certificate of full licensing history from the state where you were first licensed and are currently licensed. Send the history document (original only, not a copy) to us within 30 days of its issue date by your home state. Attach a cover letter, personally signed, with your mailing address and contact information. Send to the Education Administrator, Maryland Real Estate Commission, 500 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202-3651. When qualified, you will be sent all information needed to register for the exam. Education and experience from a home state are reviewed for transferability, individually for each applicant. Waivers may be offered only to active licensees.

License Requirements: Sections of law for broker, associate broker, and salesperson qualifications