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The Designated Broker Course (PDF) Maine Real Estate Commission Course Guidelines
Eligibility for the Maine Designated Broker License:
Real estate broker means a person licensed by the Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation to offer, attempt to conduct, or to conduct services on behalf of another for compensation which includes, but is not limited to, listing real estate for sale; promoting the purchase, sale or exchange of real estate; buying, advertising or holding oneself out as offering specific services defined by law and selling or exchanging real estate [reference 32 MRSA Chapter 114 §13001 "Definitions"].
A broker licensee must be affiliated with a licensed real estate agency to be eligible to perform brokerage services.
In addition, a licensed real estate broker may act as the designated broker for an agency and, as such, is responsible for the actions of the agency and its associates or employees.
This license may be held in an inactive status.
You must have been licensed as an Associate Broker affiliated with a real estate brokerage agency for 2 years within the 5 years immediately preceding the date of application submitted to the Commission. You must also complete the Designated Broker Course with a minimum final grade of 75% and include your Designated Broker Course Completion Certificate with the license application. The Course Completion Certificate is valid for up to 1 year from the course completion date.