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Jennifer Chan, Home Seller in 96814

How do I transfer my real estate license from California to Hawaii?

Asked by Jennifer Chan, 96814 Sun Oct 16, 2011

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You don't transfer your California license. You have to retake part of the exam. The exam in Hawaii is in 2 parts, the general info and the items specific to Hawaii. You can get the general portion waived, however, you have to take the test with items specific to Hawaii. I moved back home to Maui from Los Angeles and did it that way. It's easy as long as you study. Good luck
4 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Oct 16, 2011
Is there a study CD for the parts of the test specific to Hawaii?
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800a...monday...october 17 2011

aloha,

question, do you hold a salespersons or broker's license?

1) an 'active' agent must first get an 'experience certificate' for your state (REC)

2) then get an experience 'waiver' from hawaii (REC)

3) you can sit and take the state portion of the hawaii real estate exam (i think) without providing a hawaii real estate school ceritificate

3) if, you feel, you need to study for the hawaii portion, than, i would suggest 'self study' and you can find out more from abe lee school of real estate

http://www.abeleeseminars.com

or please email carol ball at carol@carolball.com for the hawaii state study book (sorry, i do not know, what it cost)

hope this helps all of the above was given to me abe lee and we are all with i Properties Hawaii, LLC.

mahalo,

Clark


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1 vote Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 17, 2011
You can't, you have to apply for and take an Hawaii license exam.
1 vote Thank Flag Link Sun Oct 16, 2011
How do I transfer my real estate license from hawaii to Florida
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Jan 26, 2016
Congratulations!

1. You have to make sure you are still an active agent in California and license has to be hung with a broker in California.

2. You need to get the form on Hawaii's Commission Website

3. Send the HI Form to CA

4. Wait forever

5. CA will sign off

6. Schedule the State test only!

7. Good Luck - State section is tough but you can do it!!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Sep 24, 2014
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I had a similar Question. I'm trying to transfer my license from Colorado to Hawaii. My license expired in Colorado over 2 years ago. Would I need to re- activate my license in Colorado in order to be exempt from retaking the general info test and extra classes?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 7, 2012
You can't transfer your license from California, but as others have mentioned, you can get licensed in Hawaii with reduced requirements. Go to this site http://hawaii.gov/dcca/real/real_ed and download the document for the educational equivalency exemption. With a current California license you should be able to skip the national portion of the exam. You will be required to take the Hawaii portion which, I believe is only 50 questions. Make sure you study for it though because, there is some information that you need to know about Hawaii real estate that you will not come across anywhere else.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 17, 2011
Here is the link to Hawaii licensing board...general info

V\http://hawaii.gov/dcca/real/real_ed/gen_info/gen-info.html/?… estate license

Call me if you need help 808-947-0075
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Oct 16, 2011
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