You may review your license expiration date by logging into the License Portal.
For active licensees - in order to renew your license all relevant continuing education must be completed. Sixty (60) days prior to your expiration date your renewal access will become available online through the License Portal.
For inactive licensees - in order to renew your license you will simply answer the necessary renewal questions and submit renewal dues. Sixty (60) days prior to your expiration date your renewal access will become available online through the License Portal.
Yes, inactive licensees must still renew their license every three years. Continuing education does not need to be completed for inactive license renewal.
All active licensees that do not complete their continuing education requirement by their renewal date will be changed to a Lapsed status after their expiration.
You may also choose to put your license into an inactive status until the continuing education can be completed and the remaining renewal requirements have been met. To put your license in an inactive status, submit a Status Change request in License Portal.
If you are attempting to renew your license that has been in a Lapsed state for less than one year you may renew through the License Portal. Additional fees will apply for the late renewal.
If you are attempting to reinstate your license that has been in a Lapsed state for more than one year but less than three years you must submit a reinstatement application through the Application Portal. Additional fees will apply for reinstatement along with examination and background check requirements.
If you are attempting to reinstate your license that has been in a Lapsed state for more than three years you must submit a new application for licensure through the Application Portal.
Your renewal submission must be received prior to the expiration date regardless a holiday or weekend in order to avoid being changed to a Lapsed status.
If you have received notice that you are no longer in compliance with the Oklahoma Tax Commission the status may affect your active status. Contact the Oklahoma Tax Commission as soon as possible in order to resolve the situation. OREC must receive direct notice from the Oklahoma Tax Commission that compliance is now met in order for the license status to remain in good standing.
Active Status - The licensee is in good standing with the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission and can actively perform real estate transactions.
Inactive Status - The licensee is in good standing with the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission but cannot perform real estate transactions and performing real estate transactions under a brokerage.
Lapsed Status - The licensee is not in good standing with the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission and has not met the requirements to hold a license with the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission.
Payment of Commission requests can be submitted through the License Portal and must be approved by your Broker and the Commission. Only one Payment of Commission request can be active at any given time.
If you are a current licensee, you may submit a license history request through the License Portal.
If you are a Lapsed licensee, you may submit a license history request to email@example.com .
All license history requests include a $15.00 processing fee.
Active licensees may access their wall certificate and pocket card 24/7 through the License Portal.
Inactive licensees will not be provided a wall certificate or pocket card. To confirm your inactive status, please use the Online Licensee Search database.
A broker or business entity owner may add, edit, or delete a trust account, trade name or team name on the License Portal.
Team name registrations include a $100.00 registration fee and can only be requested by the Broker.
To close a brokerage, please fill out a request for Notification of Cessation on the License Portal.
All licensees associated with the brokerage will be put on an inactive status at the requested date of cessation.