Real Estate Commission
Created in 1951, The Tennessee Real Estate Commission licenses, registers and regulates real estate brokers and affiliate brokers, real estate firms, rental location agents, time-share salespersons and developments, vacation clubs and vacation lodging services.
The Commission also enacts rules addressing professional conduct and standards of practice.
The mission of the Tennessee Real Estate Commission is to protect the public through establishment and administration of minimum requirements for candidates and licensees, effective professional education of licensees and enforcement of professional conduct.
As of 3/8/2017, all E&O insurance suspensions have been processed and updated. All licensees who do not reflect current and sufficient E&O insurance have been placed in a suspended status and suspension letters are being sent in accordance with Tenn. Code Ann. 62-13-112(j)(2). If you have sufficient E&O insurance on file with the Commission, no additional action is necessary. If your license is currently in a Retired status, you are not required to maintain E&O however you must continue to renew your license every two years.
If you have received a letter regarding your license being suspended due to out dated E/O insurance coverage, please send the updated policy to TREC.INFO@TN.GOV . Please be aware it may take up to ten business days to remove the suspension. In the email please provide your name, license number and updated policy form. To avoid potential penalties the policy must be backdated to January 1, 2017.
Please visit www.verify.tn.gov to confirm the status of your license before contacting the Commission. Please be aware that this process will not change the status of licenses that were suspended as a result of another issue, including suspensions resulting from a failure to maintain errors and omissions insurance in a previous year that has not been cured. If you have any questions please contact the Tennessee Real Estate Commission at email@example.com .
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