There are certain federal & state tax laws you must be careful of. I would like you
to call me so I can alert you to these, which you should take up with your attorney & tax man, as that I cannot give legal or tax advice.
Al Goldberg Broker
30+ years experience
I agree with Daniel, as long as you own the property yourself, you don't need to be licensed. But if you plan to sell properties that are owned by someone else, you must either be a regular (W-2), full time employee of the owner or you must be licensed.
No. As long as you create a real interest in the property, then a license is not necessary. But you should seek an investor friendly broker, who can help you with some of the transactional details, like who do you use to do a double closing if necessary, which escrow companies allow assignments, etc.