Welcome to the web site of the North Dakota Real Estate Commission. The Real Estate Commission was established in 1957 to protect the public through the regulation of the real estate industry in North Dakota. It is charged with the duty of supervising real estate licensees in a manner to ensure that they meet standards which will promote public understanding and confidence in the business of real estate brokerage.
Many of the services you may need can be found on our web site. If you need additional information please be sure to contact our office.
* If you are a resident of ND you MUST have your continuing education completed by November 15, 2015. Late fees will be assessed for incomplete renewal forms and missing E&O submitted after midnight November 15, 2015.
* Non-resident and reciprocal licensees: you must be current with the continuing education requirements in your state of residence, provide a current certificate of licensure and proof of E&O. If any of these items are not submitted by midnight November 15, 2015 late fees will be assessed.
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1, 2015:
In accordance with NDCC 12-60-24 and 43-23-08.4, any applicant for licensure with the North Dakota Real Estate Commission or a licensee whose licensure is subject to investigation by the Commission shall be subject to a statewide and nationwide criminal history record check (finger printing).