The offices of the Texas Real Estate Commission and the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board will be closed on Monday, September 1st in observance of Labor Day.
NOTE: You may still File and Pay Online for a license application or renewal at any time, day or night.
REI 7-4 Property Inspection Report PLEASE NOTE: Use of the
REI 7-4 Property Inspection Report form is not mandatory until September
1, 2014. However, inspectors can use the form voluntarily prior to the
September 1, 2014 date.
If you have previously submitted your fingerprints through a fingerprint provider, you will owe the $31.50 background check fee for every subsequent renewal. It is a background check, not a fingerprinting fee.
Once the Commission has been notified of the exam results and the background check has been cleared, and all other paperwork processed, a license will issue, the new licensee will show up on the Licensee Info Search, and the license will be mailed to your broker within two business days. If your license issues inactive, an inactive acknowledgment letter will be mailed to you.
If you have received a letter requesting additional information to complete your application, you must fax the information to the licensing department at (512) 936-3864 or email it to .