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John Huebner
Licensed Real Estate Broker

Real Estate Professionals
REFERRAL GROUP
564 N. Semoran Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32807
(407) 380-2800
(407) 380-7206 fax

   
That's right! You can earn real money in real estate just by providing referral information to our full-time associates! Example:
 
$250,000
  (median home price in Central Florida)
x 3%
  (average commission rate)
= $7,500
  (estimated commission)
x 25%
  (standard referral fee)
= $1,875
  (referral commission)
x 60%
  (split with brokerage...highest in the area!)
= $1,125
  (your earnings for one referral!!)
 
It's that easy! You are able to keep your hard-earned real estate license active, stop paying thousands of dollars every year for MLS fees and Realtor® membership dues...and imagine the income that can accumulate from simply handing over your real estate referrals to our qualified, full-time salespeople!
 
Allowing your Florida real estate license to become inactive whether it is voluntarily or involuntarily could be very troublesome. Did you know that if you change to voluntarily inactive status you will still have to submit an application to the state and complete additional continuing education to reactivate your license? A license involuntarily inactive for less than 12 months will require at least 14 hours of continuing education, for 12-24 months at least 28 hours, and a license involuntarily inactive for more than 24 months will automatically expire! (see below)
 
We also have Market Leader®, the most sophisticated lead tracking and management system in the industry to ensure that your referral is received by one of our associates immediately and properly tracked until closing.
 
Unlike other "referral networks" Real Estate Professionals Referral Group has no minimum production standards. You can keep your license with us as long as you like and send as many referrals as you like without the threat of penalties or removal from the network.
 
If you have been looking for an easy and affordable way to keep your real estate license active and earn real money working part-time in the real estate industry, you have come to the right place! Join the Real Estate Professionals Referral Group today by clicking one of the links on the right and signing up at our secure online store.
The 2010 Florida Statutes
 
475.183 Inactive status.--
 
(1) A license which has become voluntarily inactive may be renewed pursuant to s. 475.182 upon application to the department. The commission shall prescribe by rule continuing education requirements, not to exceed 12 classroom hours for each year the license was inactive, as a condition of renewing a voluntarily inactive license. The commission shall substitute for such continuing education requirements, on a classroom-hour-for-classroom-hour basis, any satisfactorily completed education course approved in the manner specified in s. 475.182(1). A person whose license is voluntarily inactive and who renews the license may elect to continue her or his voluntarily inactive status.

(2)(a) A licensee may reactivate a license that has been involuntarily inactive for 12 months or less by satisfactorily completing at least 14 hours of a commission-prescribed continuing education course. Notwithstanding the provisions of s. 455.271, a licensee may reactivate a license that has been involuntarily inactive for more than 12 months but fewer than 24 months by satisfactorily completing 28 hours of a commission-prescribed education course.

(b) Any license that has been involuntarily inactive for more than 2 years shall automatically expire. Once a license expires, it becomes null and void without any further action by the commission or department. Ninety days prior to expiration of the license, the department shall give notice to the licensee. The commission shall prescribe by rule a fee not to exceed $100 for the late renewal of an involuntarily inactive license. The department shall collect the current renewal fee for each renewal period in which the license was involuntarily inactive in addition to any applicable late renewal fee.

(3) The commission shall adopt rules relating to voluntarily inactive and involuntarily inactive licenses, and for the renewal of such licenses.

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