Real Estate Salesperson
A real estate salesperson is an individual that is employed, appointed or authorized by a real estate agent (often called a broker) to trade in real estate.
Any real estate salesperson operating in PEI must be licensed through the Registrar of Real Estate and be employed by a licensed PEI Real Estate Agent in accordance with the Real Estate Trading Act.
Real Estate Salesperson License Search
You can check whether a real estate salesperson is licensed by going to the following link: Licensed Real Estate Salespeople
To be eligible for real estate salesperson license you must:
- Be a least 18 years of age
- Be a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada
- Successfully complete the education/examination requirements:
- PEI Real Estate Association pre-licensing course (or see below non-resident information for potential exemption)
- PEI Real Estate Association Provincial examination (non-residents only)
- Be sponsored/employed by a licensed PEI Real Estate Agent;
- Provide a recent Criminal Record Check, conducted at a detachment of the RCMP or a municipal/provincial police force
- Provide and maintain a surety bond of $2,000;
- Submit the non-refundable fee of $200; and
- Comply with the rules and regulations of the Real Estate Trading Act.
Non-residents or Transfers from out of Province
Course Requirements - If you currently hold or held a real estate salesperson license in other jurisdiction in the past 24 months, you may be exempt from taking the PEI Real Estate pre-licensing course if the Registrar of Real Estate determines your qualifications meet or exceed provincial education requirements.
Non-resident Examination - Passing the non-resident provincial examination is still required to get a PEI Real Estate Salesperson License, even if an exemption from taking PEIREA pre-licensing course is granted. For information on how to register for the exam, contact the PEI Real Estate Association or review the non-resident information on their website.
To Apply or Renew
Before you Start - Ensure that you have the following information and documents ready:
|Required Documents||New||Renewal||New Non-Resident||
|Application for Salesperson License||X||X||X||
Ensure that the entire application is completed and signed, particularly:
|Proof of $2,000 bond coverage||X||X||X||Ensure the bond date is still valid and not expiring soon|
|Proof of successful completion of PEI Real Estate pre-licensing course||X||Letter from the PEI Real Estate Association (PEIREA) is sufficient proof|
(a) Proof of successful completion of PEI Real Estate pre-licensing course; OR
(b) Proof of real estate salesperson license from another jurisdiction
For (a), letter from the PEI Real Estate Association (PEIREA) is required
For (b), letter of good standing from home jurisdiction licensing authority or copy of real estate license from another jurisdiction is sufficient proof
|Proof of PEI Real Estate Association Provincial Examination||X||Letter from the PEI Real Estate Association (PEIREA) is sufficient proof|
|Criminal Record Check||X||X*||X||
Required for new applicants.
*Required for renewals only if you have been convicted of a criminal offence since your last application
|Other Requirements||New||Renewal||New Non-Resident|
|Your contact information (ie. name, address, email, phone number)||X||X||X||Have this information ready before you start your application|
|PEI Real Estate Salesperson License Number||X||Have this information ready before you start your application|
|Licensing/Renewal fee payment payable by credit card of $200||X||X||X||
Have this information ready before you start your application
Credit Cards accepted: VISA, VISA Debit, MasterCard, and MasterCard Debit.
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