123 ConEd LLC
Continuing Education As Easy As 1-2-3!™
With 123 ConEd LLC, it’s all about time management. We know your time is precious. We know you have a busy schedule that makes taking time off for a six hour real estate continuing education class each year a practical hardship. We’ve got the solution. 123 ConEd LLC is the most time and cost effective way to meet your Michigan real estate con ed needs. With 123 ConEd LLC, you are in control of your real estate continuing education. Since 2008, thousands of Michigan real estate professionals have trusted 123 ConEd LLC for their real estate con ed!
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All of our courses are on a self-paced, self-study basis, and all of our courses are delivered through the Internet (no special software required). You can start and stop (pause) a course as many times as you like and work on it at your convenience on your own schedule. Finish the course all at once or a little bit over time. We GUARANTEE all courses will satisfy Michigan real estate continuing education requirements.
Our courses are priced individually by the number of credit hours they contain, but 6 credit hours is always only $35, regardless of whether it is purchased as one 6-hour course or multiple courses that add up to 6 hours! You get the most bang for your buck when you purchase 6 or more hours at one time (i.e., equaling about $5.83 per credit hour).
An amendment to the Occupational Code changes the due date for real estate con ed from December 31 to October 31 of each year. This is a significant change to timing, so make sure you complete your “legal update” courses before October 31. Senate Bill 126, (now Public Act 56 of 2017) amends MCL 339.2504a…
Until now, Michigan was the only state in the country that still recognized dower rights. Dower rights are the traditional rights a married woman has to elect upon her husband’s death, giving her a claim to one-third interest in any real estate titled in her late husband’s name. That all changed as of April 6,…
No, the CE Marketplace is not mandatory. By way of background, as of January 1, 2015, the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) stopped accepting reports from continuing education providers when individual licensees completed courses. Instead, licensees are being asked to retain their own certificates of completion, and then produce them to LARA…