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Principal Brokers can:

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  • Update escrow account information
  • Release a licensee
  • Update firm address
  • Update firm phone number and email address

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  • View Continuing Education history and requirements
  • Check license status
  • Locate E & O pro-ration for group coverage by principal broker name
  • Print a license summary for HUD
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The Kentucky Real Estate Commission is charged with protecting the public interest through regulation, examination and licensing of Kentucky real estate sales associates and brokers pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statutes, Chapter 324.


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Effective November 23, 2015 – Applicants can use the Kentucky State Police process to request their FBI report.  Applicants must follow the directions outlined on the website to request the report.  If items are missing or incomplete the request will be returned to the applicant for correction.  The KSP FBI report will be sent directly to the Commission within 7 to 10 business days.

Effective December 15, 2015 – The Optional Affidavit process is being discontinued.
All applicants for a license must have their FBI report on file with the Commission prior to submitting their application.  As per KRS 324.045(5)(c). There will be no exceptions.
Please see FBI report requirements ​for additional information on how to request the FBI report.




Notice: Beginning January 1, 2016, individuals who obtain their initial sales associate license will be subject to Post License Education requirements.