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Utah Division of Real Estate Qualification Questions

Before issuing a license, the Utah Division of Real Estate requires parties to answer the following questions as part of the evaluation as to whether the party is qualified to become a licensed real estate agent in Utah. The questions were taken directly from the Utah Division of Real Estate's form.

As part of the application process to get your license, the division of real estate will ask you the following questions. The responses of these questions is what the division uses to evaluate and decide if you meet the qualifications.

Read through the questions. If you have any concerns about any of the questions or if an answer to these questions will impact your ability to get licensed, we recommend that you contact the division of real estate and inquire as to whether your ability to get a license is affected.

  • Are you at least 18 years of age?
  • Do you attest that you have a high school diploma or GED?
  • Have you EVER had a professional or occupation credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity) denied revoked, or suspended?
  • Have you EVER had a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity) sanctioned? Sanctions include, but are not limited to, having a credential restricted, limited, placed on probation, being required to pay a fine or penalty, take education or comply with any other condition?
  • Have you EVER been sanctioned or banned from engaging in any activity by Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA (HUD), VA, or similar organization for any period of time or for any reason?
  • Have you EVER been ordered to cease and desist from any conduct related to a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupational capacity)?
  • Have you EVER allowed a professional or occupational credential (license, registration, certification, or similar authorization to work in a professional or occupation capacity) to expire or lapse while you were under investigation by regulatory or licensing body, or while a regulatory action was pending against you?
  • Do you have knowledge of any complaint, investigation, or disciplinary action CURRENTLY ongoing or pending against you by a regulatory or licensing body?
  • Have you EVER been convicted of, or pled guilty or nolo contendere to a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense? A traffic offense can be prosecuted as a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense. Where this is the case disclosure is required.
  • Have you EVER resolved a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense through a plea in abeyance, diversion agreement, withheld judgment, or other method whereby a charge was held in suspense during a period of time in which you were on probation or were obligated to comply with conditions outlined by a court? A traffic offense can be prosecuted as a felony, class A misdemeanor, class B misdemeanor, or comparable criminal offense, Where this is the case disclosure is required.
  • Currently, are you aware of any investigation(s), indictment(s), or criminal charge(s) for any crime in any jurisdiction which are pending against you?
  • Have you EVER been courts martial or discharged other than honorably from any branch of the armed services?
  • Have you EVER been required to register as a sex offender?
  • Have you EVER had a judgment entered against you in a civil court or in a bankruptcy court on the basis of fraud, misrepresentation, or deceit, or in any matter related to the purchase, sale, management, finance, loan origination, or valuation of real estate?
  • Have you EVER been found in contempt of court?

 

Again if you have any questions as to your ability to get a license because of these qualification questions, please inquire with the Utah Division of Real Estate.