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
or please email carol ball at firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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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!!