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    Reciprocity
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-03-04) South Carolina Real Estate Commission
    S.C. Code Ann. §40-57-120(A) authorizes the Commission to enter into reciprocal agreements with other jurisdictions that provide waivers for education, experience, and/or examination. As such, the Commission is not able to recognize prior licensure experience in another jurisdiction if the other jurisdiction and the Commission have not entered into a reciprocal agreement. The Commission has reciprocal agreements with Georgia and North Carolina.
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    Reciprocity
    (South Carolina State Library, 2024-02-16) South Carolina Real Estate Commission
    S.C. Code Ann. §40-57-120(A) authorizes the Commission to enter into reciprocal agreements with other jurisdictions that provide waivers for education, experience, and/or examination. As such, the Commission is not able to recognize prior licensure experience in another jurisdiction if the other jurisdiction and the Commission have not entered into a reciprocal agreement. The Commission has reciprocal agreements with Georgia and North Carolina.
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    Criminal history reporting
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-05) South Carolina Real Estate Commission
    In accordance with the purpose of the South Carolina Real Estate Commission, all applicants and licensees are required to submit to criminal background checks and self-report their criminal history to ensure the public’s interest is protected when involved in real estate transactions.
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    Fake seller/fake buyer scam alert - sale of vacant lots
    (South Carolina State Library, 2023-01-04) South Carolina Real Estate Commission
    The South Carolina Real Estate Commission is aware of a rise in fraudulent sales and mortgages, most commonly associated with vacant lots. The scam targets unencumbered, vacant lots owned by persons out of state. With this scam, South Carolina real estate licensees may be contacted by a person acting as the seller seeking to have a vacant lot promptly sold for below market value. This is a list published by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission of “red flag” action to be aware of.
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    Property management license requirements : residents and non-residents
    (South Carolina State Library, 2022-06) South Carolina Real Estate Commission
    This paper gives licensing requirements for becoming a property manager.