If you’re in the market for a home in Las Vegas, Nevada, you’re probably already thinking about the state’s real estate market.
But if you’re a Nevada real estate agent and you’re thinking about selling your property, you might be in the wrong business.
For starters, Nevada has a real estate broker’s license that requires you to be licensed in the state.
And in a realtor’s job, you need to be certified by the state to practice.
But what happens when you don’t meet those requirements?
According to the Real Estate Board of Nevada, it is against the law to sell in the city of Las Vegas.
The board, in a news release, says:Nevada law allows a broker to purchase property in the State of Nevada for more than $250,000, but only if they are licensed by the city.
The state law also requires a broker who is licensed by a city to hold a minimum of two consecutive licenses.
The state also requires an individual to complete a two-year training course in real estate and real estate brokerage.
However, if a broker has been licensed in one of the 10 states where you’re licensed to practice real estate in Nevada, there’s nothing stopping them from selling your home, and you can do so without the state registering your transaction as a sale.
As for why Nevada doesn’t require real estate brokers to hold two licenses, the board says:In Nevada, a licensed realtor is required to hold at least two licenses in order to practice their profession.
But real estate agents are exempt from the licensing requirement.
That means they don’t need to obtain two licenses to practice as a realtors agent.
As long as they hold a license, real estate sellers are allowed to purchase homes in Nevada without having to obtain a second license.
But the real estate board says that in practice, a realty agent can sell homes in their home city without the need for a second, or even a third, license.