Kentucky Reciprocal License Course

Our 100% online KY Reciprocal Licensing Course is the first approved course to cover the full 40 hour requirement for obtaining a reciprocal real estate license in the state of Kentucky with an active Sales Associate or Broker's license in Ohio. After completion, the student will be eligible to schedule the Kentucky Reciprocal Licensing state examination. The course can be started and completed at any time.

Kentucky Real Estate License Reciprocity Course

Kentucky Reciprocal License Requirements

The requirements to obtain your Kentucky Real Estate License with license reciprocity are below. The information you need for your background check will be emailed to you after signing up for the course. The Kentucky Reciprocal License Course covers the 40 hour real estate education requirement needed for active Ohio Agents and Brokers. A full list of requirements can be found by clicking here.

Sales Associate:

  • Applicants must have an active Ohio Salesperson license for at least one (1) year immediately preceding the time of application.
  • Applicants must affiliate his/her Kentucky license with a principal broker who holds a Kentucky broker license.
  • Applicants must complete the 40-hour reciprocal license law course and submit fingerprints for a national criminal records check prior to scheduling the reciprocal license exam.
  • Once licensed in Kentucky, the licensee must adhere to all Kentucky licensing requirements, including completeing forty-eight (48) hours of Post-License education courses within the first two (2) years of obtaining a license.

Broker:

  • Applicants must have an active Ohio broker license for at least two (2) years immediately preceding the time of application.
  • Applicants who wish to be a principal broker in Kentucky must have an escrow account at a bank located in Kentucky as well as a definite place of business located in Kentucky ("virtual" offices and P.O. Boxes are not acceptable).
  • Applicants who wish to be affiliated with a principal broker must affiliate with a principal broker who is licensed in Kentucky.
  • Applicatns must complete the 40-hour reciprocal license law course and submit fingerprints for a national criminal records check prior to scheduling the reciprocal license exam.
  • Once licensed in Kentucky, the licensee must adhere to all Kentucky licensing requirements including completing annual continuing education.

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40 Hour KY License Reciprocity Course
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