Michigan Real Estate Sales Agent 18-Hour Continuing Education Course


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How to Complete the Michigan Continuing Education Renewal

Michigan Real Estate Licensees are required to take 18 hours of continuing education every 3 years.

Effective September 13, 2017, Two (2) hours of eligible continuing education courses involving statutes, rules, and court cases are required to be taken in each year of a license cycle (It is no longer by calendar year).  Each year of the license cycle starts on November 1 through October 31.

Changes to the continuing education requirements will NOT go into effect until the next licensing cycle that begins on November 1, 2018. 

This means that your annual requirement for 2 hours of eligible legal continuing education must be completed by December 31st for calendar year 2017. However, because 2018 represents a renewal year, all renewing licensees should complete their remaining continuing education prior to the October 31, 2018 renewal in order to satisfy attestation requirements within the renewal application and to avoid any late renewal fees. 

Starting November 1, 2018, CE hours will be counted for each license cycle year. A license cycle year is defined as the period of November 1 through October 31. While licensees will be required to complete 2 hours of eligible legal continuing education within each license cycle.

A student enrollment agreement is required upon completion of all courses (except non-credit courses).  This enrollment agreement can be found in the documents section of each course. No final exam requirements, course review only!  

Note: No Final Exam Passing Requirement

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