Concealed Carry for a Realtor

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01 Feb 2016 15:29#1 by Jeeperx
Jeeperx created the topic: Concealed Carry for a Realtor
As a Realtor I feel like it is a high risk job. I tell people that I will be at this "empty" house at a certain time... there are many stories of robberies and much worse. I am going to take the course to be able to apply, but any real world knowledge of approvals or denials would be great.

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01 Feb 2016 16:13#2 by MXRider
MXRider replied the topic: Re:Concealed Carry for a Realtor
There has been approval for this exact situation. The question becomes whether or not you are an independent broker or if you are a w2 employee?

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01 Feb 2016 16:47#3 by Jeeperx
Jeeperx replied the topic: Concealed Carry for a Realtor
I am a independent licensed agent. One step below a broker, but not a w-2 employee. I know there is a lot of emphasis put on cash deposits, and that does not apply to me.
Thanks for the info. I will take the class when available and keep you all updated on what happens.

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01 Feb 2016 23:47#4 by dblas
dblas replied the topic: Concealed Carry for a Realtor

Jeeperx wrote: I am a independent licensed agent. One step below a broker, but not a w-2 employee. I know there is a lot of emphasis put on cash deposits, and that does not apply to me.
Thanks for the info. I will take the class when available and keep you all updated on what happens.


The requirement for cash deposits has been removed since September. Now it is just proof of a business and a business account.

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