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DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION (DBPR)
 
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http://www.RowlettRealEstateSchool.com | 850-547-1333 | Questions about Florida DBPR? We're Florida specialists! Contact us today! The Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) is the agency charged with licensing and regulating businesses and professionals in Florida. It is the intent of the Florida Legislature that individuals desiring to engage in a licensed profession be allowed to do so. Regulation of the real estate industry is necessary to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public (consumer protection), however, the Legislature has mandated that it does not want extraordinary or unreasonable restrictions created that would deter qualified persons from entering their chosen profession. The Legislature believes professions under the DBPR should be regulated when: • the unregulated practice can harm the public, the potential harm is recognizable, and the danger outweighs any anticompetitive impact that might result from regulation; • the public is not adequately protected by other state statutes, local ordinances, or federal laws; or • less restrictive means of regulation are not available. The DBPR is under the executive branch of the governor, and it is governed by Chapter 120, F.S. The agency is structured according to the requirements of Chapter 20.165, F.S. The Legislature, under Chapter 455, F.S., granted authority to the DBPR to investigate consumer complaints, issue subpoenas when conducting investigations, issue cease and desist orders to unlicensed individuals, and issue citations to individuals licensed by the DBPR. The chief administrator of the DBPR is the secretary of the DBPR, who is appointed by the governor, subject to confirmation by the state senate. The main DBPR office is located in Tallahassee, Florida. The divisions under the Department of Business and Professional Regulation that are most relevant to real estate are presented in the following paragraphs.
Florida DBPR
 
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DBPR licenses and regulates more than one million businesses and professionals in Florida. Check out this inside look!
Views: 1100 Florida DBPR
State Licensing Tips (Permit Pro Tips)  | 305-300-0364
 
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In this episode of "Permit Pro Tips" we are going to discuss State Licensing. For a number of professions and industries and facilities in the State of Florida, their licensing is regulated by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation, the Florida Department of Agriculture, or the Florida Department of Health. It is important to figure out which licensing body regulates your profession or business and apply as soon as possible because the review process could take several months. In addition to the state license, you will also need a city and county Business Tax Receipt that your business is located in. Please see our video with the title "Business License Tips" for more on the city review process. If you need further help please call us for a FREE Consultation at 305-300-0364. All City Permits is a full service permit expediter servicing all cities in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties. We are working hard to expand our service coverage to cities outside of South Florida and establishing satellite locations through out the State of Florida. Please call us if you have an upcoming project or visit us at www.allcitypermits.com
Florida State Agency Videos -  Department of Business & Professional Regulation - Tampa Videography
 
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Every Year the State of Florida through the Tallahassee Area Chapter of the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (TACNIGP), hold the Annual Vendor Products Expo and Reverse Tradeshow, "Avenues to Opportunity" at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center. In 2010 the 18th annual show was held on August 3rd. At this show, vendors meet with representatives of the various Florida State Agencies to bring them abreast of what can be offered to the State in terms of needed products and services while vendors can obtain information about how to access "My Florida Market Place" for the purpose of bidding on published public contracts. The principal Representing the State of Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation was Ed Valla, Chief, Bureau of Purchasing & Professional Regulation. Some of the State Agencies represented at this year's show were: The Department of Juvenile Justice, The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, The Florida Lottery, The Florida Department of Health, The Florida Department of Transportation, The Department of Environmental Protection, The Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration, The Department of Management Services, The Florida Department of Education, The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation and more. Impression Masters interviewed most of the State's Participants and was impressed with not only their knowledge of the respective Agencies but their forthrightness in providing informed answers to the many vendors who sought their advice and information including us, Jim Carlstedt and Ron Ceyrolles of Impression Masters. www.impressionmasters.com, videography, Tampa Videography, Florida Videography, Tampa Videos
Views: 154 XDCAMTV
Department of Business and Professional Regulation in Florida
 
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Our Appointment with Department of Business and Professional Regulation in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
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How to check CE on DBPR
 
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How to check your CE Credits on Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation website (DBPR)
Views: 90 TheDBAAR
How to set up a DBPR Account
 
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How to set up a new account with Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR)
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02-23-11 GOV. RICK SCOTT Q&A WITH DBPR EMPLOYEES
 
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Florida Governor Rick Scott fields questions from Department of Business and Professional Regulation employees in Tallahassee on Wednesday, February 23, 2011.
Views: 466 newsserviceflorida
Format of Computer based Exams for Florida Contractors
 
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Alex Bosque, Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), demonstrates Format of Business and Finance section of Computer Based Exams for Florida Construction Contractor candidates http://goo.gl/Mg6sQ http://bit.ly/14R8L0d
Views: 7025 AZKobryn
Branch Offices
 
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All active Florida real estate brokers are required to have an office and to register the office with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). A broker’s office must consist of at least one enclosed room in a building of stationary construction that will provide privacy to conduct negotiations and closings of real estate transactions. The broker’s books, records, and real estate transaction files are to be kept in the office. Florida law does not require the broker to have a telephone, desk, business checking account, or an escrow account. If local zoning permits, the broker’s office may be in the broker’s residence, provided the required sign is displayed properly. A broker may have an office or offices in another state, provided the broker agrees in writing to cooperate with any investigation initiated under Chapter 475, F.S. Sales associates are not permitted to open offices of their own. They must be registered from and work out of an office maintained and registered in the name of their employer. A broker who desires to conduct business from additional locations must register each additional location as a branch office and pay the appropriate registration fees. Branch Office Registrations. The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) may insist that a broker open and register a branch office whenever the FREC decides that the business conducted at a place other than the principal office is of such a nature that the public interest requires registration of a branch office. Further, any office will be considered a branch office if the advertising of a broker, who has a principal office elsewhere, is such that it leads the public to believe that the office of concern is owned or operated by the broker in question. Registrations Issued to Branch Offices Are Not Transferable. The new location must be registered and the fee paid. A broker may reopen a branch office in the same location during the same license period by requesting a reissue of the branch office license without paying an additional fee. A temporary shelter in a subdivision being sold by a broker is not a branch office if the shelter is intended only for the protection of customers and sales associates. But if sales associates are permanently assigned there and sale transactions are closed there, then the temporary structure must be registered as a branch office. The permanence, use, and character of activities customarily conducted at the office or shelter determine whether it must be registered.
2012 Real Estate Financial Crimes Conferencec
 
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The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation hosted a conference highlighting the importance of ensuring the integrity of real estate transactions. The conference included keynote speakers from the U.S. Attorney's office, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Carlton Fields, P.A. who provided case studies of financial crimes relating to real estate transactions.
Views: 509 Florida DBPR
DBPR Unlicensed Activity PSA "Professionals"
 
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The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation coordinates an annual media campaign educating Floridians about the importance of only working with licensed professionals. Unlicensed activity occurs when an individual offers to perform or performs services that require a state license and the individual does not hold the required license. Florida law sets specific rules and guidelines for obtaining professional licensure, and the people who have met these requirements are held to professional standards. Consumers can verify professional licenses with the DBPR online at www.myfloridalicense.com, by calling (850) 487-1395, or by downloading the free DBPR Mobile app through iTunes or the Google Play store.
Views: 787 Florida DBPR
Florida Department of Professional Regulation
 
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Florida Realtors Association PSA.
Views: 288 Richard Satterwhite
DBPR Military Services
 
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At the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, our primary focus is helping people get to work. This includes military on active duty who hold professional licenses; military spouses and veterans of our armed services. DBPR has several programs which were developed to assist these individuals with the licensing process, whether a spouse needs help applying for a state license after being transferred to a Florida duty station, an active duty member wants to keep his or her license current during a deployment, or a veteran is trying to obtain a license with experience earned during his or her service to our country. For more information on the military services offered, visit www.myfloridalicense.com/mil
Views: 702 Florida DBPR
License Activation Information
 
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How to activate your license issued by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR) Learn how to save big bucks compared to all the other Real Estate Brokers'
Views: 195 Greg Owen
Step 1. Filing The Complaint
 
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The complaint process begins when a complaint (an alleged violation of a law or rule) is filed with the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). Any complaint that is filed in writing and is legally sufficient will be investigated. A complaint is legally sufficient if it contains facts indicating that a violation of any of the following has occurred: ■Florida statute ■Any existing, legally adopted DBPR rule ■Any existing, legally adopted FREC rule Anyone may file a complaint against a licensee, an applicant, or an unlicensed person for actions believed to be in violation of Chapter 475, F.S. The alleged violation(s) need not pertain to real estate transactions and need not have taken place in Florida. A Uniform Complaint Form is available from the DBPR. The DBPR is required by law to periodically notify the person who files a complaint of the status of the investigation, whether probable cause was found, and the status of any civil action or administrative proceeding, or appeal. The DBPR may investigate an anonymous complaint or one made by a confidential informant if the complaint is in writing and is legally sufficient; if the alleged violation of law or rules is substantial; and if the DBPR has reason to believe, after preliminary inquiry, that the alleged violations in the complaint are true. You can download the Uniform Complaint Form and instructions at www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/re/documents/re-2200-1.pdf. Consumers may also file a complaint online. Go to www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/ and select “File a Complaint.”
DBPR Professions Video
 
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A short video listing just a few of the professions licensed by DBPR. DBPR licenses and regulates more than one million businesses and professionals in Florida ranging from hotels and restaurants, real estate agents and accountants to veterinarians, contractors and cosmetologists. For more information, please visit www.myfloridalicense.com.
Views: 115 Florida DBPR
FL Contractor EXAM FEES
 
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Gus Ashoo, FL Department of Business and Professional Regulation, explains new Construction Licensing exam fees. As of Jan 21, 2009 fee for Business Exam is $ 80.00 Payable to PearsonVue and $ 80.00 for the Technical Exams plus a $ 135.00 application fee for the Department payable to PTI upon application for exam. Total $295.00. Take either part 1 or 2 only - Total $215.00 http://goo.gl/2vTJY http://bit.ly/1aHUTLC
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DBPR Hurricane PSA English
 
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Remember to always hire licensed contractors! Verify licenses online at http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/
Views: 68 Florida DBPR
DBPR "Why Not?" First Place Winner, Brandon Gainforth
 
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The Department of Business and Professional Regulation's "Why Not?' Video Contest Florida Retail Federation First Place Winner. Video by Brandon Gainforth, Holland, Michigan.
Views: 1221 DBPRWhyNot
What happens if someone files a complaint about my business with the Florida Department of Business
 
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What happens if someone files a complaint about my business with the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation? | Dilla Employment Law, P.A. | Amie Dilla - Attorney at Law | http://www.dillaemploymentlaw.com/ | 727-248-6624 | 28870 US Hwy 19 North, Suite 300, Clearwater, Florida 33761 | 12553 New Brittany Blvd., Bldg 32, Fort Myers, Florida 33907 If someone files a complaint about your business the first thing that will occur is the department will initiate an investigation. You'll be notified of the investigation and provided an opportunity to respond. After that point, probable cause might be found. If probable cause is found, an administrative complaint will be filed against your license. This administrative complaint remains public record, and as a result of that complaint, the board may impose discipline ranging from fines to revocation of your license. Therefore, if you find yourself in this situation, I recommend contacting an attorney experienced with administrative procedure to assist you with this process and make sure that your needs are being met.
Florida NewsMakers: Secretary of the State Department of Business & Regulation, Ken Lawson
 
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On this week's "Florida NewsMakers" program Ken Lawson, Secretary of the state Department of Business and Professional Regulation, sits down with Sachs Media Group's Alia Faraj-Johnson. Their discussion highlights Lawson's efforts to streamline licensing and regulatory processes to help boost Florida's economy. With more than 1 million licensees, Lawson's agency oversees a wide range of professions and occupations, from engineers to cosmetologists to mixed martial arts trainers. "Over the last several years, what we are proud that as a department, we reduced the timing it takes for a person to get a professional license," Lawson tells Faraj-Johnson. "Back in 2008 it took 41 days on average for someone to get their license. But now with technology and my people's hard work, it takes less than two days." The agency also plays a key role in food safety by regulating restaurants and the increasingly popular food trucks. "We've got over 2,300 different food trucks in the state of Florida," Lawson says, and "they have to be regulated the same way as regular restaurants, follow the same rules, same health and safety concerns." Lawson also addresses efforts to curb underage drinking, unlicensed contractors and more on "Florida NewsMakers."
Views: 482 Sachs Media Group
New Online Feature for Florida's Real Estate Industry
 
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Visit www.myfloridalicense.com for more information. Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation
Views: 4016 Florida DBPR
Change to Computer based testing for Florida Contractors
 
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Alex Bosque, Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR), explains changes to Business and Finance portion of Florida Licensing Exams. http://goo.gl/ODcxS http://bit.ly/12glRkv
Views: 952 AZKobryn
DBPR Unlicensed Activity PSA "Homes"
 
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The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation coordinates an annual media campaign educating Floridians about the importance of only working with licensed professionals. Unlicensed activity occurs when an individual offers to perform or performs services that require a state license and the individual does not hold the required license. Florida law sets specific rules and guidelines for obtaining professional licensure, and the people who have met these requirements are held to professional standards. Consumers can verify professional licenses with the DBPR online at www.myfloridalicense.com, by calling (850) 487-1395, or by downloading the free DBPR Mobile app through iTunes or the Google Play store.
Views: 1124 Florida DBPR
Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
 
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Are you licensed by IDFPR. If you get a call or letter from IDFPR regarding an investigation or complaint, give 1818 a call. Some licensees include o Architects o Cemetery Owners o Collection Agencies o Engineers o Accountants o Roofers o Shorthand Reporters o Chiropractors o Doctors o Nurses o Security Guars o Pharmacists o Social Workers o Veterinarian o Appraisers o Home Inspectors o Real Estate Agents
Views: 390 Jordan Matyas
Operation Freelancer III Nabs 9 Unlicensed Contractors
 
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The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office arrested nine people on multiple charges during Operation Freelancer III, an investigation to protect citizens from unlicensed contractors. Detectives worked with the Sarasota County Building Department, the Florida Department of Financial Services Division of Insurance Fraud and the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) to contact individuals advertising home repair services that require a license to complete. As subjects arrived at the target residence, the DBPR database was checked to determine if they were licensed, registered as a contractor, and/or had the required workers compensation coverage or exemption to perform the work they proposed to do. In all, the operation resulted in nine felony charges and 14 misdemeanor charges. Those arrested have a combined history of 91 prior felony charges and 32 convictions. One of the defendants, Charles Duff, has an extensive criminal history including a conviction for Armed Robbery in 2006 where he entered a bank claiming to be armed with explosives. Another defendant of note is Eric Larson, who was arrested for the second time while trying to contract without a license.
Views: 611 SarasotaSheriff
DBPR Unlicensed Activity PSA "Barber and Cosmetology"
 
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The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation coordinates an annual media campaign educating Floridians about the importance of only working with licensed professionals. Unlicensed activity occurs when an individual offers to perform or performs services that require a state license and the individual does not hold the required license. Florida law sets specific rules and guidelines for obtaining professional licensure, and the people who have met these requirements are held to professional standards. Consumers can verify professional licenses with the DBPR online at www.myfloridalicense.com, by calling (850) 487-1395, or by downloading the free DBPR Mobile app through iTunes or the Google Play store.
Views: 1542 Florida DBPR
Unlicensed Contractor News Conference
 
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Operation Retrofit Nets Multiple Arrests with More Charges Pending What: HCSO Construction Fraud Unit Targets Unlicensed Contractors When: October 10, 2018 - October 19, 2018 Sting Location: Hillsborough County - Sun City Center The Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister will not stand for scam artists targeting our elderly population and Operation Retrofit, headed up by the HCSO Construction Fraud Unit, is proof of just that. Through intense investigative work, undercover detectives used a residential home on loan to HCSO in Sun City Center to catch unlicensed contractors preying on the roughly 25,000 senior citizens in the area. During the nine day sting, detectives responded to advertisements from known or suspected unlicensed contractors and posed as the homeowner to seek estimates on a variety of projects. Time after time, unlicensed contractors broke the law and provided quotes without proper licensing. "One of these suspects traveled to our area specifically to target the elderly of Hillsborough County. It's despicable and we won't tolerate it. Shoddy work puts people's safety at risk. The consequences of poor construction or electrical work could be deadly," Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister said. Operation Retrofit netted 16 arrests, with charges pending for 6 additional individuals. Bogus estimates totaling $117,312.25 were provided to HCSO undercover detectives. "Everyone likes to save money, but you can't be fooled by these scam artists. The savings aren't worth the risk. Protect yourself, your family and your home by always hiring a licensed contractor," Sheriff Chad Chronister said. 4 arrests of particular interest: James Edwards Hanko, DOB 9/10/65 - He was arrested for unlicensed contracting after he offered to remodel a bathroom, paint and tile the residence in exchange for approximately $2,200. During the course of our investigation, he admitted he'd been a fugitive for the past 7 years. Hanko has active warrants out of Wisconsin for a parole violation, larceny theft from a business, 4th degree sexual assault and lewd and lascivious behavior. Reynaldo Garcia, DOB 11/17/54 - During Operation Retrofit, Garcia offered to paint the home for approximately $1,600. He was arrested for unlicensed contracting at which time he was found to be in possession of marijuana. He is a repeat offender and facing unlicensed contracting charges in a 2017 open case. Darin Butts, DOB 6/27/61 - Not only was Butts arrested for unlicensed contracting after offering to replace a water heater and move electrical outlets for $270, he's also a registered sex offender. He frequents the Sun City Center area and advertises as a handyman on his vehicle. Donald Edward Tucker, DOB 3/30/63 - Tucker is a repeat offender and has previously been investigated by the HCSO Construction Fraud Unit. His license is listed as null and void by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation with an expiration date of August 31, 2010. During Operation Retrofit, Tucker contracted to remodel a bathroom, move electrical switches, tile the home and paint the interior in exchange for $11,050. Tucker was arrested and charged with unlicensed contracting, which is a felony as a second offense. The Hillsborough County Construction Fraud Unit has conducted 6 stings since its inception in 2013. The unit has investigated more than $2.5 million in bogus estimates from unlicensed contractors, ultimately saving victims from the hefty financial toll. As part of HCSO's commitment to education and awareness on this particular topic, Sheriff Chad Chronister and the Construction Fraud Unit hold yearly seminars educating senior citizens and all residents about the dangers of working with an unlicensed contractor and how to recognize the warning signs. The next seminar is scheduled for spring of 2019 and more details will be released at that time. Beware of: Door-to-door sales or internet offers for home improvement which seem to offer unrealistic savings Contractors who ask for large amounts of money up front, especially cash Contractors who ask the homeowner to obtain their own permits Contractors who claim work can be done without permits Contractors who will not show you their contractor's license and insurance documents
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DBPR Children's eBook
 
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The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation held a statewide art contest for Florida students in second to fifth grade. This art contest challenged students to explore their dreams and illustrate what they want to be when they grow up in Florida. Hundreds of Florida students entered the statewide art contest, and the DBPR Children's eBook, "Follow Your Dreams in Florida, You Can Be Anything You Want to be!" is a collection of the winning students' artwork. Additionally, the eBook explores many of the careers young Floridians dream of pursuing, including professions and businesses that are regulated by DBPR.
Views: 99 Florida DBPR
Little Caesar's, Papa John's, Subway among restaurants ordered shut last week
 
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Last week was a very busy one for inspectors with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
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VIDEO: Florida Newsmaker Ken Lawson
 
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The secretary of the state's Department of Business and Professional Regulation talks about efforts to streamline licensing and regulatory processes.
DBPR 2009 Food Code Video
 
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This video highlights the updates in the 2009 food code for food service operators throughout the state of Florida. More information is available online at www.myfloridalicense.com/foodcode.
Views: 5882 Florida DBPR
How to Take the Florida Home Inspector State Exam
 
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https://www.nachi.org/florida-licensing-home-inspector-exam.htm Learn how to take the Florida Home Inspector State Exam provided by InterNACHI and recognized by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation DBPR.
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Dean Martinez, Secretary, Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation
 
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Dean Martinez, Secretary Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation March 10, 2008
License Renewal (Florida Real Estate) -- Larson Educational
 
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http://www.LarsonEd.com/realestate/licensing/naples-real-estate-school/ Don't worry, it's not as bad as the DMV license renewal at Naples real estate school Larson Educational Services is a joy to complete. Larson Educational shows you how to renew a Florida real estate license in this quick 1 minute video. Have more questions about license renewal? Read our FAQs here: http://www.larsoned.com/realestate/continuing-education/questions-answers/ Register for continuing education: http://www.larsoned.com/realestate/ Read the License Renewal press release: http://www.prlog.org/12293991-renew-your-florida-real-estate-license-before-its-too-late.html Subscribe to our Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=LarsonEducationalFL Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LarsonEducationalServices Follow us on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/larson-educational-services Review us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LarsonEducationalServicesNaples/about Larson Educational Services Royal Palm Square 1400 Colonial Blvd, Suite 44 Fort Myers, FL 33907 239-344-7510 http://www.larsoned.com/ Post-License Requirement After you obtain your Florida Real Estate License, you must complete post-licensing education prior to your license renewal date. If you have a Sales Associate license, you must complete 45 hours of post-licensing education. If you have a Broker license, you must complete 60 hours of post-licensing education. Your license renewal date is between 18 and 24 months after you receive your initial Florida Real Estate License. Continuing Education After completing the 45 hours of post-license education, you are required to complete 14 hours of Florida real estate continuing education during every two-year license period thereafter. Three of the 14 hours must be on Florida Core Law topics. You can take our Florida Core Law course separately or as part of a 14 hour course. View all of our Florida real estate continuing education courses in Fort Myers, Naples, Bonita Springs, Sarasota, Online or download our 14 Hour eBook. How do I renew my license once I have completed my Florida Real Estate Continuing Education? Larson Educational Services will submit your continuing education hours to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) electronically. You will need to keep your Course Completion Certificates as proof of your completion. Prior to your license expiration date, you will need to click on the link below and follow the directions to renew your license. Renew License: https://www.myfloridalicense.com/ActivateAccountInstruct.asp If you have any other questions read our FAQs for license renewal here: http://www.larsoned.com/realestate/continuing-education/questions-answers/
Balls "Bookstore"
 
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This is a package I made for my Investigative Reporting class at the University of Florida. Balls is a bar in Gainesville, Florida that is regulated by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Since the bar is licensed through the DBPR and only serves alcohol, it cannot be taxed by the city (otherwise it would be considered double taxation). There's another twist: when customers use their credit cards at Balls, the payment comes up as "Balls Bookstore" on bank statements. Is this ethical, or even legal? Watch and find out.
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Florida Real Estate License Miscellaneous Exemptions
 
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http://www.RowlettRealEstateSchool.com | 850-547-1333 | Questions about Florida Real Estate License Exemptions? We're Florida License specialists! Contact us today! Here are some Miscellaneous groups that are exempt from licensure when they perform services related to real estate. • Individuals who rent lots in a mobile home park or recreational travel park. (Rentals in mobile home parks and recreational vehicle lot rentals are not considered real property.) • Persons who sell cemetery lots. (Cemetery lots are not considered real property.) • Dealers who are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) selling business enterprises to accredited investors. • Hotel and motel clerks who rent transient occupancy of public lodging establishments. • Tenants of an apartment community may receive a fee up to $50 for the referral of a new tenant to the same apartment community. Property managers of residential community associations are required to obtain a community association manager (CAM) license from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) for communities of more than 10 units or when the annual budget exceeds $100,000. For more information visit the Division of Professions, Regulatory Council of Community Association Managers at http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/pro/cam/index.html
DBPR "Why Not?" Second Place Winner, Andrea Likens & Kiersten Lampe
 
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The Department of Business and Professional Regulation's "Why Not?" Video Contest Second Place Charmer Sunbelt Group Winner. Video by Andrea Likens & Kiersten Lampe.
Views: 1142 DBPRWhyNot
Why Not?
 
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Entry to a contest sponsored by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Shows why you shouldn't drink over spring break.
Views: 81 YourInnerNerd
State inspection reports reveal violations at Mar-a-Lago
 
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Reports from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation revealed several high-priority violations at Mar-a-Lago during the most recent inspection in November.
Florida family files complaint with veterinary board after pet pig's gruesome death
 
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A Brandon family has filed a formal complaint with Florida's Department of Business and Professional Regulation after they say their pet pig died a gruesome death.
Views: 404 ABC Action News
DBPR Secretary PSA after Hurricane Irma
 
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DBPR Secretary Jonathan Zachem warns Florida consumers about unlicensed contracting after Hurricane Irma.
Views: 340 Florida DBPR
Do I need a lawyer if someone files a complaint about my business with the Florida Department of
 
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Do I need a lawyer if someone files a complaint about my business with the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation? | Dilla Employment Law, P.A. | Amie Dilla - Attorney at Law | http://www.dillaemploymentlaw.com/ | 727-248-6624 | 28870 US Hwy 19 North, Suite 300, Clearwater, Florida 33761 | 12553 New Brittany Blvd., Bldg 32, Fort Myers, Florida 33907 If someone files a complaint against your business, I would highly recommend contacting an attorney for representation. You've worked hard to obtain your professional license. It's your livelihood and it's your reputation. Having an experienced attorney, with administrative procedures, can be a huge asset for you in this process. An attorney can sit with you, before the board, present your case to the board. Also enter in to settle discussions with the board as well.
Regulator accused of 'hijacking' condo association he was assigned to investigate
 
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The state is investigating one of its own now-former regulators after accusations that he abused his power at a condo he was assigned to investigate, the Department of Business Professional Regulation confirms.
Views: 54 WPLG Local 10