I can't tell you the chances, but many states will not license a felon. This
is done so that clients can have the highest possible trust that their
agents are acting in the client's best interest, that the agents are
faithful to the duty the agent owes, and that the agent's fiduciary
responsibilities remain unsullied and untainted by selfish concerns.
Yes, but he did say it was California. With their, shall we say,
progressive views, would it surprise you if they encourage felons to
take real estate exams in prison so they will have a good job when
they are rehabilitated?
Ah, right. In my view, it would be better to provide the two-year schooling
necessary, let them take the exam, then, for those that pass, tell them they
can't have the license because their felons, that the whole episode was just
a big joke.
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