How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your Connecticut Real Estate Sales Agent License
Real Estate License Renewal Requirements Connecticut
- Salesperson licenses expire annually on May 31st
- Broker licenses expire on November 30th
- CE completion deadline: 3 months before the renewal deadline
- First-time licensees exempt from CE requirements during their first biennium
- Hours required: 12 hours
- 3-hour mandatory course approved by the Commission
- 9 hours of elective courses
Steps for Connecticut License Renewal
- Complete 12 hours of continuing education, including a 3-hour mandatory course and 9 hours of elective courses
- Pass final exams with at least a 75% score
- Obtain your course certificate(s) of completion
- Submit your renewal application to the Connecticut Real Estate Commission
- Note that courses cannot be repeated for CE credit
Cameron Academy’s 12-hour online course for Connecticut Real Estate Sales Agents and Brokers is designed to fulfill all the required continuing education topics. This comprehensive package includes 9 elective hours of the total 12 hours needed for active 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
- 9 elective hours
- Interactive quizzes and engaging content
- Final exams with unlimited retakes
- Electronic course completion certificates
- Approved provider in Connecticut (Provider Approval Number: 1026)
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 12-hour continuing education course for Connecticut Sales Agents and Brokers. Stay ahead of the curve and renew your license with confidence!
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