Con Ed Requirements for Michigan Real Estate License Renewal in 2018

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

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All Michigan real estate licenses expire on October 31, 2018, and need to be on or before that date. How much real estate continuing education do you need to renew you real estate license depends on how long you have held an “active” real estate license.

IF YOU:
— Renewed your license in 2015; or
— Were issued a new license between 7/1/2015 – 10/31/2016; or
— Were relicensed between 7/1/2015 – 10/31/2016
THEN YOU NEED:
— 6 hours (2 hours each year) of continuing education that involves law, rules and court cases regarding real estate.
— 12 hours of other continuing education (all or part of those can be additional “law” hours)
— For a total of 18 hours of continuing education prior to renewing your license in 2018.

IF YOU:
— Were issued a new license between 11/1/2016 – 10/31/2017; or
— Were relicensed between 11/1/2016 – 10/31/2017
THEN YOU NEED:
— 4 hours (2 hours each year) of continuing education that involves law, rules and court cases regarding real estate.
— 8 hours of other continuing education (all or part of those can be additional “law” hours)
— For a total of 12 hours of continuing education prior to renewing your license in 2018.

IF YOU:
— Were issued a new license between 11/1/2017 – 7/3/2018; or
— Were relicensed between 11/1/2017 – 7/3/2018
THEN YOU NEED:
— 2 hours of continuing education that involves law, rules and court cases regarding real estate.
— 4 hours of other continuing education (all or part of those can be additional “law” hours)
— For a total of 6 hours of continuing education prior to renewing your license in 2018.

Note: If you hold an associate and/or individual broker license and you have held an active salesperson license between 7/1/2015 – 10/31/2016 you are required to complete the entire 18 hours of continuing education.

If you were relicensed and used any courses to fulfill the previous year’s continuing education requirements, those courses cannot be used again for the 2018 renewal.

123 Con Ed LLC can help you with all of your Michigan real estate con ed needs. All of our courses fully and completely comply with the LARA’s requirements for real estate continuing education course credit. Our courses were prepared by licensed Michigan attorneys, who are also licensed Michigan real estate brokers, to ensure adherence to LARA’s regulations. We absolutely guarantee that you will receive credit for any course you complete with us should you receive an audit letter from LARA.


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