You're licensed in Massachusetts and Connecticut, plus you have your Rhode Island real estate license.

State of Connecticut

​Department of Consumer Protection 

License Services Division 

450 Columbus Blvd, Ste. 801

Hartford,CT 06103

Email: dip.licenseservices@ct.gov

Website ​www.ct.gov/dcp/apply

 


Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Division of Professional Licensure

Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons

1000 Washington Street, Suite 710, Boston MA 02118

Phone: 617-727-2373 Email: realestateboard@mass.gov 

Website: www.mass.gov/dpl/boards/re


A Rhode Island real estate license makes you eligible to be licensed in Massachusetts and Connecticut

​After earning your Rhode Island real estate license apply for license reciprocity in neighboring states

Want all three licensees?  First step, take our online Rhode Island real estate pre licensing classes and pass the exam. Step two, apply for the Massachusetts or Connecticut real estate license or both. 

Massachusetts and Connecticut have real estate licensing reciprocity agreements with Rhode Island. Simply put, once your earn your Rhode Island real estate license  you can apply for the Massachusetts and Connecticut real estate license. 


Just complete the Rhode Island requirements to earn a real estate license and pass the state exam, you'll be able to apply for your real estate license in either Massachusetts, Connecticut or both without having to take their licensing classes or pass an exam. It's that easy!