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Probably does, but I don't really know. Have never paid attention to time share properties.
Yes, the state has put themselves in a position of being an accomplice in these transactions/crimes.
I am not familiar with the time share requirements.
Good question and I think we do not but I will now check and comfirm.
Trades in real estate require a real estate license unless there is an exemption in the law in my jurisdiction. I have not specificially looked into time shares but you can always contact the regulator in my jurisdiction if you are interested.
It does require a real estate license in Florida.
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I have never had to know, do not know of any in Denver proper.
I'm not sure, I never was offered to sell one. I'd need to verify it with my broker( if liability insurance cover such).
Paul S. Henderson, CRS, REALTOR®, - I think, yes. Though I have never done that.
I think so?? I have never been involved in selling those, so actually I don't know. We have some fractional ownership in the more resort areas, which is what I actually was thinking. But time shares, honestly, I have no idea. -Kasey
Tennessee requires a special time share salesperson license. This type of agent cannot sell regualr real estate, just time shares at the place where they are registered to sell.
I believe it does although there are very few.
You betcha it does!
I think so.
My broker doesn't allow selling time share.
Boy I do not know!
Yes AZ does.
I believe yes, but I don't pay attenti
No, it's a different license.
why would anyone want to buy timesharing in Massachusetts!!!?? I don't know that answer...but I'm sure those agents are out of business in my state....
Don't know however necessity would bring me to an awareness to be sure
Our state requires a license to sell cemetary plots, and although I am not 100% sure, they probably do. A
California requires that Time Share salespeople be licensed.
Yes, a separate license. Never ever got involved!
Paul S. Henderson, CRS, REALTOR®, No special license required here in Virginia. If you want to see if it is required in your State, I found this web site listing all States:
yes in Arizona
You can sell direct for the builder as an employee without one. But if you are independant or on commission than you need a license here in NH
I have no idea if we even have time shares in my state.
Don't know/don't care.
Good question. Likely so but not absolutely certain. I never had any interest(personally or professionally) in time share ownership or sales.