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).
You used to be a Michigan licensed real estate agent, but you got out of the business for a while and let your license lapse. You no longer have an active license, but you want to get back into the game. Now what do you do? If your license has been lapsed less than…
1) COMPLETE YOUR REAL ESTATE FUNDAMENTALS (PRELICENSURE) COURSE Be sure to take the 40 hour prelicensing course from a school that has been approved by the State of Michigan. Here is a list of approved prelicensure course providers: Prelicensing Providers. Once you complete that course, your school will submit your certificate of completion to the…
It’s time to renew Michigan real estate licenses again, as all Michigan real estate salesperson and broker licenses expire on October 31, 2015 (the end of the current 3-year licensing cycle), and must be renewed by that date. There is often confusion about how many hours of Michigan real estate continuing education are required to…