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Becoming a Salesperson FAQs

Q: What do I need to become a Vermont salesperson?

A. You will need to:

  1. Complete the 40-hour pre-licensing course
  2. Complete and pass the national and state exam
  3. Become affiliated with a Vermont licensed principal broker/office.

Q: Where do I find the Salesperson course I need?

A: A list of providers is available on the Vermont Secretary of State website. Click here and the click Search Approved Courses.

Q: What if I already have a license in another state, do I still need to take the 40 hour pre-licensing course?

A: If you are applying for licensure by endorsement (have an active license in another state) then you may not need to take the 40 hour pre-licensing course. If you hold a license Indiana or Rhode Island you will need to take the 40 hour pre-licensing course because these states are not equivalent to Vermont.

Q: Where do I get information regarding the examination?

A: Contact AMP for your exam registration and questions regarding your exam. You can contact the examination service at www.goamp.com or by phone at (913) 895-4600.

Q: What if I already have a license in another state, do I still need to take the National exam?

A. If you are applying for licensure by endorsement (have an active license in another state) then you may not need to take the National exam. If you hold a license California, New York, Puerto Rico or West Virginia, you will need to take both the National and State exam because that state is not equivalent to Vermont.

Q: What if I already have a license in another state, do I still need to take the state exam?

A: All applicants must take the state exam. There are no exceptions.

Q: Do I need to be affiliated with an office?

A: Yes you must be affiliated with a principal broker and registered office.

Q: If I am licensed in more than one state do I need to send in Verification from all that states.

A: Yes you will need to send in Verification from every state you have or have ever held a license in.

Q: If I have been disciplined do I need to send in the documentation regarding this?

A: Yes we will need all court documents including information on completion of all disciplinary matters.

Q: How long does it take to process my application?

A: Processing time is 5 to 7 working days.