Active: Licensees are licensed to a firm or branch office and are not expired. Firm and branch licenses are not expired.
Delinquent: An active licensee that has not submitted a renewal prior to expiration. Their relationship to the firm is intact, but they are unable to perform Real Estate related activities in this status.
Inactive: A licensee who is not licensed to a firm and not expired. They are unable to perform active Real Estate related activities.
Inactive/Delinquent: A licensee in inactive status that is expired due to lack of renewal payment.
Inactive due to Company Inaction: Licensee shows this status when the firm or branch office they are licensed to is on an expired status, as they have not renewed their license.
Transfer: A licensee transferring from one firm/branch to another. Also, used in firm address changes.
Activation: A licensee that is in inactive status and is now being licensed to a firm or branch office for active work.
Pending docs/fees: This status indicates that a licensee has taken and/or passed the real estate exam. This status will change to active or inactive when the licensee’s first license application is processed.
Cancellation: A license expired for more than one year will cancel due to lack of renewal fee payment. Reinstatement of a canceled license is possible within 3 years of the expiration date upon receipt of the required education and fees.
Broker: Formerly called a salesperson. A person licensed to perform real estate brokerage services. When active, the broker is licensed to a real estate firm/branch. See active/inactive.
Managing Broker: Formerly called a broker. A person licensed to perform real estate brokerage services. When active, the managing broker may work under the supervision of the designated broker or supervise other licensees within the firm/branch. See active/inactive.
Designated Broker: A person whose managing broker’s license receives an endorsement from the department of “designated broker”. This person acts on behalf of the firm with a controlling interest, overseeing operations.
Controlling interest: The ability to control either the operational, financial, or both, decisions of the firm.