Tampa Real Estate Sales Associate Licensing Lawyer
Before you can sell real estate in Florida on behalf of a broker, you must first obtain a real estate sales associate license from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Real Estate. While the requirements to obtain and maintain your license are not as complicated as those for real estate brokers, a would-be real estate sales associate must nonetheless demonstrate through completion of initial licensing requirements that he or she is familiar with the laws and regulations concerning real estate sales. In order to renew one’s sales associate’s license, a similar showing must be made that the person has completed continuing education courses so as to maintain familiarity with current practices. Failing to complete these requirements, or committing unethical and/or criminal acts can all jeopardize your ability to obtain and maintain your real estate sales associate’s license. The Tampa real estate sales associate licensing lawyers at the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. can help you successfully navigate these difficulties and be able to commence and/or continue your real estate career.
Problems Faced by Real Estate Sales Associates in Obtaining and Maintaining Licensure
Licensing issues with the Division of Real Estate are not as uncommon as one might first expect. The denial of an initial real estate sales associate’s license may occur because the applicant has failed to submit documentation showing he or she is qualified to receive a real estate sales associate’s license or because the documentation submitted does not clearly evidence the applicant’s qualifications for licensure. The same problems can arise when an applicant attempts to renew his or her license. For issues such as these, the Law Offices of David P. Rankin may be able to informally resolve your issue and/or help you file a Demand for Formal hearing so that any adverse decision made by the Division of Real Estate or the Real Estate Commission can be challenged before an Administrative Law Judge.
If the Division of Real Estate refuses to issue you a license or renew your real estate sales associate’s license because of allegations of unprofessional and/or criminal conduct, resolution of your matter may require utilizing more formal avenues and procedures. Even here, though, with over 30 years of relevant experience the Law Offices of David P. Rankin can provide powerful and effective representation in disciplinary proceedings before the Division of Real Estate. Before appearing on your behalf in a disciplinary proceeding, though, our firm has the resources to conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances of your allegations so that we are thoroughly prepared to respond appropriately to the charges leveled against you.
Contact your Tampa Real Estate Sales Associate License Attorney Right Away
If you desire to obtain your real estate sales associate’s license as soon as possible, it pays to retain the services of the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. as soon as possible. Our Tampa real estate sales associates licensing lawyers will work diligently to help you obtain a successful resolution to your matter as promptly as possible. Call the Law Offices of David P. Rankin, P.A. today at (813) 968-6633, or reach out to our firm online through our website to schedule your initial consultation.