The Arkansas Real Estate Broker License is a credential issued by the Arkansas Real Estate Commission (AREC) that allows individuals to legally act as real estate brokers in the state of Arkansas. In order to obtain a broker license, an individual must meet certain eligibility requirements, including completing a certain number of pre-license education hours, passing the broker license examination, and having a certain amount of experience working as a licensed real estate salesperson. Once licensed, real estate brokers can engage in a range of activities related to the buying and selling of real estate, including representing clients in real estate transactions, managing real estate properties, and supervising other licensed real estate professionals.
Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Employer Registration
The Arkansas Department of Workforce Services (ADWS) provides the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Employer Registration service, which