How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your Maine Real Estate Designated Broker License
Real Estate Designated Broker License Renewal Requirements Maine
- Renewal Date: Every 2 years
- Hours Required: 21 hours
- 3 Mandatory hours (Buyer Relationships Core Course)
- 18 Elective hours
Steps for Maine Designated Broker License Renewal
- Complete the required 21 hours of continuing education, including the mandatory Buyer Relationships Core Course and 18 elective hours.
- Pass the final exam with at least an 85% score.
- Receive an electronic certificate of completion upon successful course completion.
- Submit your renewal application, ensuring the certificate(s) of completion are included if required.
- Renew your license within the 2-year renewal period.
Cameron Academy offers a comprehensive Maine Real Estate Designated Broker 21-Hour Continuing Education Course designed to meet your state requirements and enhance your real estate career. This engaging course covers a range of topics, including the mandatory Buyer Relationships Core Course and various elective subjects, to ensure you stay up-to-date with industry regulations and best practices.
- Approved by the Maine Real Estate Commission
- Engaging and interactive course content
- Convenient access to course materials and final exam
- Electronic certificate of completion provided upon successful course completion
- Course completions reported within required time frame
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 Maine Real Estate Designated Broker 21-Hour Continuing Education Course. Experience flexible and interactive online learning while meeting state requirements. Enroll now and stay ahead in your profession!
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