All new salesperson licensees must complete a Board-approved 30-hour post-license education course within one year of obtaining their salesperson licenses.The 30-hour post-license education program consists of the following eight courses:
- Fair Housing, ADA and Civil Rights (2 hours)
- Real Estate Law and Regulations (8 hours)
- Ethics and Standards of Conduct (3 hours)
- Current Industry Issues and Trends (2 hours)
- Agency Law (3 hours)
- Contract Writing (6 hours)
- Risk Management (3 hours)
- Escrow Requirements (3 hours)
New Licensee Renewal Requirement
Effective July 1, 2012, all active licensees who renew or reinstate an active salesperson or broker license, and all inactive licensees who activate an inactive salesperson or broker license from July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2014, must complete a Real Estate Board-approved three hour course in Residential Standard Agency (RSA) to become familiar with recent changes (Section 54.1-2105.03.A.3 of the Code of Virginia). The three-hour RSA course is required to renew all active salesperson and broker licenses that expire beginning with the July 31, 2012, expiration date and ending with the June 30, 2014, expiration date. Completion of the RSA course is a one-time only education requirement. The three-hour RSA course is in addition to the required 24 hours of continuing education for brokers, the required 16 hours of continuing education for salespersons who have renewed their license at least one time previously, or the required 30 hours of post license education for new salespersons.
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