Or. Admin. R. 863-014-0042 - Waiver of Experience Requirements
(1) If an applicant for a principal real estate broker's license has met all requirements for such license except for the experience requirement, the applicant may petition the Real Estate Board for a waiver of the three-year experience requirement contained in ORS 696.022, and 863-014-0040. The petition must contain sufficient information to allow the Board to determine whether the applicant qualifies for a waiver as allowed by this rule.
(2) The applicant must file a petition to waive the experience requirement on an Agency-approved form with the Agency no later than 21 days before the scheduled Real Estate Board meeting at which the applicant wishes the Board to act.
(3) The Board may issue a waiver if the applicant:
(a) Has graduated from a four-year college or university with a degree in real estate in a curriculum approved by the Commissioner, and the applicant has held an active license as a real estate broker for a period of at least one year; or
(b) Has a two-year community college associate degree in real estate in a curriculum approved by the Commissioner, has held an active license as a real estate broker for a period of at least two years and, if the applicant is applying for a principal real estate broker license, the applicant has completed the course of study for principal real estate brokers as required by OAR 863-014-0040; or
(c) Has had real estate-related experience equivalent to at least three years of active experience as a real estate licensee and provides written details about the nature of such experience.
Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 696.385
Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 696.020 & 696.022
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