NRS 645.030
“Real estate broker” defined.


“Real estate broker” means a person who, for another and for compensation or with the intention or expectation of receiving compensation:


Sells, exchanges, options, purchases, rents or leases, or negotiates or offers, attempts or agrees to negotiate the sale, exchange, option, purchase, rental or lease of, or lists or solicits prospective purchasers, lessees or renters of, any real estate or the improvements thereon or any modular homes, used manufactured homes, used mobile homes or other housing offered or conveyed with any interest in real estate;


Engages in or offers to engage in the business of claiming, demanding, charging, receiving, collecting or contracting for the collection of an advance fee in connection with any employment undertaken to promote the sale or lease of business opportunities or real estate by advance fee listing advertising or other offerings to sell, lease, exchange or rent property;


Engages in or offers to engage in the business of property management; or


Engages in or offers to engage in the business of business brokerage.


Any person who, for another and for compensation, aids, assists, solicits or negotiates the procurement, sale, purchase, rental or lease of public lands is a real estate broker within the meaning of this chapter.


The term does not include a person who is employed by a licensed real estate broker to accept reservations on behalf of a person engaged in the business of the rental of lodging for 31 days or less, if the employee does not perform any tasks related to the sale or other transfer of an interest in real estate.

Source: Section 645.030 — “Real estate broker” defined., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-645.­html#NRS645Sec030.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 645.030’s source at nv​.us