Arizona Real Estate Broker 30-Hour Continuing Education Course


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How to Complete the Arizona Continuing Education Renewal

Total Hours Required: 30
Mandatory Hours: 24
Elective Hours: 6
Renewal Cycle in Years: 2

Online Info

The Arizona Department of Real Estate requires 30 hours of continuing education every 24 months for Brokers.
Mandatory topics include: Agency Law, Contract Law, Broker Management Clinic*, Real Estate Legal Issues, Fair Housing**, and Disclosure.The 6 General Real Estate hours may be in any of the above categories OR General Real Estate.* At least 9 hours of credit  must be of the Broker Management Clinic courses if you are an active status designated broker (which includes self-employed brokers).** If claiming Fair Housing course substitute, attach a statement of substitution and certificate for substitute class. The Arizona Real Estate Commission requires all licensees to use the Commission’s online CE recording process to submit CE credit. Licensees are encouraged to submit continuing education credit upon completion of a course rather than waiting until the end of the license cycle.

Online Limitations

The Arizona Department of Real Estate allows a maximum of nine (9) continuing education hours per day (24-hour day). Note that there is no limit on the number of distance learning courses that can be taken for renewal, but no more than 9 hours can be completed per 24 hour period.

Effective 10/29/2010: The Arizona Department of Real Estate requires a timing mechanism for all distance education courses to ensure that courses cannot be completed in less time than the approved credit hours. Please note that your course will time out after 30 minutes of inactivity!

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