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CA is so "tall" it's like practicing in 4 states. We just had this question last week, so same answer: NorCal (so Lodi, Redding, etc), Bay Area (SF, San Jose,etc.), Central CA (Fresno, Bakersfield,etc.) & SoCal (LA, OC, San Diego) with extreme differences between SF & The Peninsula and major differences between The Bay Area & San Diego.
Nina Hollander, Broker
Fred Griffin Florida R...
Oro Valley, AZ
For 1 year both MA and CA after I relocated, now just CA
Nina Hollander, Broker
Just one .. California. To leverage Gabe Sanders comment ... I'd like to add the State of Shock ... however I do need a license for that ... it comes with the territory.
We work in all states and provinces that have a project worth working on.
I'm in both the state of Florida and the state of Confusion.
Kathleen Daniels, Prob...
San Jose, CA
CT; have NY license; working on FL
Currently Louisiana But in the very near future Florida and Alabama.
It depends on the location. In Lake Tahoe (CA) and (NV) homes are across from each other in different states. The same in Washington and Portland, Oregon where they are separated by a bridge over the Columbia river. I don't know of a tracking platform. A
Currently licensed in FL, CA & TN
Harry F. D'Elia I do not practice in more than one State. Although, we are geographically located in close proximity to Maryland and Washington DC. Some agents do have their license in Maryland and Washington DC.
Just Texas for me.
Just Florida for me
Sorry on in Colorado, If you have any referrals for the Denver area, I pay a 30% referral fee.
Florida & California.
Many of the agents in our area have licenses in Maryland, Virginia and DC.
Just one for me but I do cover more than one island here.
Harry F. D'Elia - I want to get the license for NH too - just little too lazy...
The District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.
Only in Texas!
Just MA right now working on my NH license-
Just one but thinking of maybe one more
I just do one state.
I have only one state license and that is TN. I live in a border county with KY but the markets are like two different worlds and I would rather keep it simple.
California and Hawaii.
Nope, just in CA and in only one section of it.
This question feels like deja vu all over again, Harry.... and you're not a Utah student! Seriously, I practise in both North and South Carolina.
only in Massachusetts....
I've only practiced real estate in one state, AZ, though Roger has practiced in both CA and AZ Harry F. D'Elia. Now, we are both in only one state (AZ).
I don't know who tracks such statistics.
Not me is here.
As Thomas J. Nelson, Realtor answered -- California is so big - so diverse - so different it's akin to practicing in different states. I stay within a limited range to best serve clients.