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Real Estate Commission

Real Estate Commission responsibilities include administering the New Hampshire broker's and salesperson's real estate exams; accrediting and monitoring real estate course providers and education courses; issuing and renewing the real estate licenses of qualified broker and salesperson candidates and real estate firms; maintaining official department records of schools, instructors, license/exam applicants, consumer complaints and licensees; adopting administrative rules under RSA 541-A relative to the enforcement of RSA 331-A, the New Hampshire Real Estate Practice Act; monitoring the statewide practice of real estate brokerage in New Hampshire and investigating complaints of illegal activity; conducting administrative disciplinary hearings under RSA 541-A and, where necessary, imposing disciplinary sanctions.

Due to the current State of Emergency around the COVID-19 Health Advisory, all board and licensing communication is being done electronically via email at this time. Please do not call the office or any board phone listed on this page at this time. See contacts below for questions. PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL PAYMENTS! Applications, renewals, supporting forms and payments must be mailed to the address on the form.

– Applications, renewals and exams, bobbie.mayo@oplc.nh.gov
– All other questions, ricky.wisler@oplc.nh.gov

Your inquiry will be responded to as soon as possible during normal business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00am–4:00pm. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.

Board News

HB 268 passes - relative to real estate commissions paid to unlicensed entities, effective August 4, 2019  pdf file

For online renewals for Real Estate Sales Persons, Brokers and Real Estate Firms:

The attached forms need to be filled out and uploaded during the online registration process.

New Rulemaking

At its January 21, 2020 meeting the Commission approved new and/or revised rules within Rea 100 – 400 pdf file. Some of the changes include: new post-licensing education requirements, new/revised forms, elimination of some amendment fees, new lapsed license fees and restrictions, and a revised deadline for the initial examination. Please review all rule changes to determine whether any effect you.

 

Any person who is doing septic system evaluations/inspections must be licensed according to:

Septic System Evaluators

RSA 310-A:209 License Required. -

I. Beginning January 1, 2017, no person shall practice as a septic system evaluator or conduct septic system evaluations in this state without a septic system evaluator's license issued by the board under this subdivision, unless the person is eligible for licensure under RSA 310-A:210, II, III, or IV.

II. Beginning January 1, 2018, a person eligible for licensure under RSA 310-A:210, II, III, or IV may continue to practice as a septic system evaluator or conduct septic system evaluations in this state only if such person holds a septic system evaluator's license issued by the board under this subdivision.

If you have any questions please contact the Septic System Evaluators Board, Christine Horne at 603- 271-0607 or Christine.horne@oplc.nh.gov

Commission Staff

Rick Wisler
Administrator III

For inquiries regarding any changes to licenses or new applications for: Broker, Salesperson or Firm/Business, please contact:
Natassia Simons
Administrative Secretary
natassia.simons@oplc.nh.gov
(603) 271-2748
(603) 271-7928 (fax)

For inquiries regarding letters of good standing or renewals for: Broker, Salesperson or Firm, please contact: Brandy Holmes

Brandy.holmes@oplc.nh.gov
603-271-2119
(603) 271-7928 (fax)

For questions regarding continuing education audits or course approvals, please contact:
Dawn Marier
Administrative Assistant
dawn.marier@oplc.nh.gov
(603) 271-1199
(603) 271-7928 (fax)

For examinations, complaints and rosters, please contact:
Bobbie Mayo
Supervisor II
bobbie.mayo@oplc.nh.gov
(603) 271-0240
(603) 271-7928 (fax)

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Office of Professional Licensure and Certification
121 South Fruit Street |  Concord, NH 03301
Main Telephone: (603) 271-2152