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License Title:

MANUFACTURED HOME SALESPERSON - RETAIL

Description:

Who should have this credential? A manufactured home salesperson is someone working as a salesperson for a business holding a Manufactured Home Dealer license. If a manufactured home dealer acts as a salesperson, they should have a salesperson's license. Each dealer should have at least one salesperson.
How does the credential vary from others in the field? A salesperson is not licensed to operate a business. They work for a licensed dealer and, if they change employer, need to either transfer their license from one employer to the other or obtain a new license.
What are the prerequisites for obtaining the credential? There are no prerequisites.
How does someone apply for the credential? A person applying for a manufactured home salesperson license shall submit an application, and appropriate fee as computed on application form. The application is also signed by the employing dealer.
What is the term of the credential? The first license is prorated to match the term of the employing dealer's license. The subsequent term is two years.
Is there a continuing education requirement? No.
How will the credential be renewed? A renewal letter will be sent to the credential holders approximately 45 days before the renewal date.
Comm 96, 97, 98 are the manufactured home administrative codes.


Licensing Authority:
WI Dept of Safety and Professional Services
Trades Credentialing Unit
P.O. Box 78780
Milwaukee, WI 53293-0780
(608)266-2112   (608)267-0592 fax

http://www.dsps.wi.gov/LicensesPermitsRegistrations/Credentialing-Division-Home-Page/Trades-Professions/Manufactured-Home-Salesperson


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