(1) Any person applying for a broker or managing broker examination who is actively licensed in the same or greater capacity in another jurisdiction and has maintained his or her license in good standing or who was actively licensed in the same or greater capacity in good standing within the preceding six months is only required to take the Washington law portion of the examination.
(2) Any person applying to take the examination under this section shall submit evidence of licensure in another jurisdiction by a license verification form completed by the licensure authority in such jurisdiction.
(3) After receiving notification that the qualifications for the examination have been verified by the department, the candidate shall contact the testing service at least one day prior to the desired test date to schedule and pay for an examination. Candidates requesting a morning or afternoon exam shall be scheduled immediately for an examination and will be provided with a registration number confirming their reservation.
(4) The director, upon advice of the Washington state real estate commission, may consider entering into written recognition agreements with other jurisdictions which license brokers and managing brokers similarly to Washington state. The recognition agreement(s) shall require the other jurisdiction to grant the same licensing process to licensees of Washington state as is offered by Washington state to license applicants from other jurisdictions.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.85.041, 18.85.101, and 18.85.181. 11-09-009, § 308-124A-720, filed 4/8/11, effective 5/9/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.85.040 and 18.85.041. 10-06-078, § 308-124A-720, filed 3/1/10, effective 7/1/10.]