According to the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA), a licensee must complete at least 18 clock hours of continuing education per 3-year license cycle before the licensee can renew his or her real estate license. Licensees must certify they have completed the required continuing education on their license renewal application. The current real estate licensing cycle ends on October 31, 2015, which means that every real estate agent and broker needs to complete 18 hours of real estate con ed on or before October 31.
Remember that a minimum of 6 hours must involve law, rules, and court cases regarding real estate, although you can take more than the minimum since all law/legal update hours count towards the ultimate goal of 18 hours of continuing education credit.
Have you completed your 18 hour of Michigan real estate con ed yet? It not, the time is now!
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1 Stop ConEd LLC will also save your Certificate of Completion for you, so if for any reason you misplace your certificate, just let us know and we’ll send you a new one. Additionally, all of our courses fully and completely comply with 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.