Reciprocity List for Non-Resident Title Agents and Agencies


Florida Law requires that in order for a Non-resident Title Agent or Title Agency to obtain a license in Florida, the applicant's home state (where they live or have a principal place of business) must offer Resident and Non-Resident Title licenses and the applicant MUST pass the Florida Title Agent Examination.

The following states meet these requirements. Agents or agencies that hold a resident title license in one of these states are eligible for a Florida Non-resident Title license:

States with Title Agent & Title Agency Reciprocity

 

ArizonaLouisianaNew JerseyRhode Island
ArkansasMaineNew MexicoSouth Carolina
ColoradoMarylandNew YorkTennessee
DelawareMichiganNebraskaVermont
GeorgiaMinnesotaNorth CarolinaVirginia
HawaiiMississippiNorth DakotaWashington (Title Agency Only)
IllinoisMissouriOhioWashington DC
IndianaMontanaOklahomaWest Virginia
KansasNew HampshirePennsylvaniaWisconsin

Not Eligible For The Non-Resident Title Agent Or Title Agency License

The following states DO NOT meet these requirements. The following states either do not issue Title licenses, or do not allow Florida Resident Title Licensees to obtain a Non-Resident Title license in that state.

Agents or agencies that hold a title license in one of these states are NOT ELIGIBLE for a Florida Non-Resident Title license due to the reason indicated:

Alabama
Does not offer a non-resident license
Massachusetts
Does not offer a non-resident license
Alaska
Does not offer a non-resident license
Nevada
Does not offer a non-resident license
California
Does not offer a non-resident license
Oregon
Does not offer a non-resident license
Connecticut
Does not license Title Agents
South Dakota
Does not offer a non-resident license
Idaho
Does not offer a non-resident license
Texas
Does not offer a non-resident license
Iowa
Does not license Title Agents
Utah
Does not offer a non-resident license
Kentucky
Does not license Title Agents
Wyoming
Does not offer a non-resident license