If you live in the state of Pennsylvania, you can get a real estate license.
The license is valid for up to 30 days, and it requires a copy of your birth certificate, a photo, and the name of the person or company you are licensed to operate.
The state also requires you to keep a copy for your own records.
Pennsylvania does not have a list of the types of real estate that are licensed, but you can search online for the real estate company you want to license, and then click on the “License” tab.
The process for licensing an LLC or corporation is a little different.
A company is required to file an application with the state, which can take a few days.
The application must include your name, address, and phone number.
The company also must provide a business address, such as a building or office, and a copy a copy the person who operates the business.
If you don’t have a business, you must fill out a business license application.
There is also a separate application for each property owner who operates that business, which requires a photocopy of the business’s registration and all the owner’s current and former business records.
If a license is denied, the company will not be able to operate until a hearing takes place.
After a hearing, the licensing company must either give up the property and the LLC or file for a bankruptcy reorganization.
If it does not do either, the property owner will have to pay the company the amount of property tax it paid to the state.
For more information on how to apply, check out the Pennsylvania Real Estate Board’s website.