New Q & A provided by IDFPR on license transition

Learn more about transition through IDFPR’s recently posted Q&A for those making the transition. Topics include:

  •  What you need to submit.
  •  What do you do if you miss a deadline?
  • What will the license “look-up” page look like after May 1?
  • How what’s the state doing to help get license applications processed?
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About Jon Broadbooks

Jon Broadbooks is Director of Communications for the Illinois Association of REALTORS®. He supervises and carries out the implementation of the communications programs for the Association. He directs and supervises the Communications staff. He is responsible for coordinating and implementing the public relations and media relations efforts for the Association and acts as spokesperson and liaison to the statewide news media. He serves as editor of online and print content for IAR communications including the Illinois REALTOR® magazine and e-newsletters. He conducts IAR spokesperson training seminars and oversees the operation of website development for the Association.

3 thoughts on “New Q & A provided by IDFPR on license transition

  1. If transition application and the $275.00 payment is completed and mailed prior to April 30, 2012, will a sales person be allowed to stay active until they receive their brokers license?

  2. Who may legally proctor a transition course. Is it legal to take the Managing Broker’s course in one’s own office and have your secretary proctor the exam?

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