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How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent and Broker License

Real Estate License Renewal Requirements Alabama

  • Renewal Date: 8/31 every even-numbered year
  • CE Due Date: 9/30 every even-numbered year
  • Hours Required: 15 hours every 24 months
    • 3 hours in Risk Management Level 1
    • 3 hours in Risk Management Level 2
    • 9 hours in Commission-approved elective courses

Steps for Alabama License Renewal

  1. Complete 15 hours of continuing education every 24 months
  2. Finish mandatory hours in Risk Management Level 1 and Level 2
  3. Complete 9 hours of Commission-approved elective courses
  4. Submit course completions to the Alabama Real Estate Commission
  5. Pay applicable renewal fees

Course Description

Stay up-to-date with your Alabama real estate continuing education requirements with Cameron Academy’s comprehensive 15-hour course for sales agents and brokers. Learn the latest risk management strategies and expand your knowledge with our selection of elective courses, designed to keep you informed and compliant in the ever-evolving real estate industry.

Course Features

  • 15-hour Alabama Real Estate Commission (AREC) approved continuing education course
  • Biennial renewal requirement for active sales agents and brokers
  • Comprehensive coverage of risk management and industry-specific topics
  • Convenient online course delivery with flexible scheduling
  • Meets mandatory hours in Risk Management Level 1 and Level 2
  • 9 hours of Commission-approved elective courses
  • Course completions reported within 7 to 10 days
  • Electronic course completion certificates available for download

3 Common Penalties for Late Renewal

  1. Fines and late fees for late license renewal
  2. License inactivation or suspension
  3. Additional continuing education requirements for license reinstatement

Stay ahead of the curve with Cameron Academy’s Alabama Real Estate Sales Agent and Broker 15-Hour Continuing Education Course. Our flexible online format and expertly designed courses will help you meet your biennial continuing education requirements with ease and confidence.

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