The term “clovis” is used by some to refer to a type of business license that requires a business to be located in the state of California. The license itself is valid for one year. There are two levels of the license. The first level does not require the business to be located in the state of California. It is called the “business license”. The second level of the license is a “business” license.
Clovis has always been a pretty special license in other ways too, because it also allows the owner to operate a business that is not located in the state of California, but must be within 100 miles of the border of the state. So you can have a business in a neighboring state that does not require a business license, but you cannot have a business that is in the state of California without a license.
This is a good thing because if your business is in a neighboring state, but you are outside the 100 mile line, you are required to get a business license. The problem is that in 2015, the 100 mile line was moved about 5 miles to the east of the old line. We are now in a situation where you cannot still buy a business license without a business near or in the other state, but you can still operate a business in California that is not located in the state.
Because of this, the only way you can get a business license in California is by owning a real estate business in the other state. So if you have a building or real estate business that is in a neighboring state, you can still get a business license even if you are outside California’s 100 mile line. However, if you do not have a real estate business you will not be able to operate your business in California either.
And yes, you can still operate a business in your home state even if you are outside the 100 mile state line. There’s nothing stopping you from being a licensed real estate agent or real estate broker in your home state.
As a California resident, I have the right to operate my business from anywhere in California regardless of the exact address. You can still get a business license even if you are outside the 100 mile state line.
For example, an Illinois business can operate from out of state if theres a registered agent for the state. And a Utah business can operate from out of state if theres a registered agent for the state. For example, a Nevada business can operate from out of state if theres a registered agent for the state. Theres nothing stopping you from being a licensed real estate agent or real estate broker in your home state.
While I would argue that there are some real benefits to being licensed out of state, there are also drawbacks. For example, if you are licensed out of state, you are likely to need to go through a companywide licensing process for things like bank accounts, which makes you less likely to be able to work in your home state.
The good news is that there are many state regulations governing the licensing process for agents, brokers, and real estate agents. It is usually a fairly simple requirement, such as having a license from the State Bar Association.
But the whole process is pretty cumbersome. Agents have to submit detailed information about themselves to the State Bar Association. This information can be anything from your home address and a list of previous jobs to a resume and a letter from a former employer. If you are also licensed, you are required to go through a certification process from the State Department of State, which can be as detailed as your home address, a resume, letters from employers, and a letter from a former employer.