Seven Reasons For A Real Estate License Denial in Arizona

August 15, 2009 at 8:17 am Leave a comment

I attended a real estate class recently as part of my continuing education and received valuable information that is interesting for anyone to know.

Seven Reasons for Real Estate License Denial in Arizona

1. Unlawful possession of drugs.
2. Failure to disclose a previous adverse judgment
3. Prior conviction of theft
4. Continuing to sell real estate after suspension of license
5. Child molestation
6. Committed Felony
7. Payment from the recovery fund

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