How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your Colorado Real Estate Sales Agent License
Real Estate License Renewal Requirements Colorado
- Renewal date: Every three years by the license anniversary date
- Newly licensed brokers: No continuing education obligation during initial licensure period
- Hours required: 24 hours
- 12 Annual Commission Update hours (4 hours annually)
- 12 elective hours
- Max hours in a 24-hour period: 8 hours
Steps for Colorado License Renewal
- Complete 24 hours of continuing education, including 12 Annual Commission Update hours and 12 elective hours
- Pass final exams with at least a 75% score
- Obtain your course certificate(s) of completion
- Submit your renewal application to the Colorado Division of Real Estate
- Maintain records of course completion for a minimum of four years
Cameron Academy’s 24-hour online course for Colorado Real Estate Sales Agents and Brokers is designed to fulfill all the required continuing education topics. This comprehensive package includes 12 elective CE hours and the 4-hour Annual Commission Update course required for active Broker license renewals. Stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends and best practices to ensure a successful license renewal.
- Expertly crafted online course material
- 12 elective hours
- 4-hour Annual Commission Update
- Interactive quizzes and engaging content
- Final exams with unlimited retakes
- Electronic course completion certificates
3 Common Penalties for Late Renewal
- Fines and late fees for late license renewal
- License inactivation or suspension
- Additional continuing education requirements for license reinstatement
Elevate your real estate career with Cameron Academy’s 24-hour continuing education course for Colorado Sales Agents and Brokers. Stay ahead of the curve and renew your license with confidence!
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