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Qualifications and responsibilities of a broker-in-charge.
Please review these carefully.
If the firm has more than one office where real estate brokerage activities are conducted, submit a separate form for each office.
A broker practicing alone shall designate himself or herself as broker-in-charge.
For initial designation, brokers must complete the Commission’s 12-hour Broker-in-Charge Course within three years
prior to or 120 days following designation as broker-in-charge.
Any agent listed on the Commission’s records as affiliated with the previous broker-in-charge will be changed to reflect
you as their broker-in-charge of record unless you notify us in writing differently.
SPECIAL NOTE: If you have lost broker-in-charge eligibility, then before you submit this form to re-declare as
broker-in-charge, Commission Rule A.0110 requires you to complete the following steps
in the prescribed order
:(*Note that you must have the experience required for initial designation.)
Take the necessary steps to return your license to active status, i.e., pay reinstatement fee and/or complete required
File the Activate License form (REC 2.08):
Complete the Commission’s 12-hour Broker-in-Charge Course: and
File the BIC Declaration form (REC 2.04).
If you do not receive a Notice of License Record Change within 10 business days after filing this form, you
should contact License Services at 919-875-3700.
This form is not meant to be printed. If you have already completed the form please use the submit button at the bottom
to send the form directly to the Commission.