How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your Missouri Real Estate Sales Agent and Broker License
Real Estate License Renewal Requirements Missouri
- Renewal Date: 6/30 every even-numbered year for Brokers; 9/30 every even-numbered year for Salespersons
- Hours Required: 12 hours
- 3 hours: Mandatory hours (Ethics)
- 9 hours: Elective hours
Steps for Missouri License Renewal
- Complete the required 12 hours of continuing education, including mandatory and elective courses.
- Pass the final exams with at least a 75% score (multiple attempts allowed).
- 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 required renewal period.
Cameron Academy offers the Missouri Real Estate Sales Agent and Broker 12-Hour Continuing Education Course, designed to meet the state requirements for active real estate license renewals. This comprehensive course covers ethics, property inspection issues, fair share consumer protection, and Section 1031 tax-deferred exchanges.
- Approved for Missouri real estate sales agent and broker license renewal
- Comprehensive coverage of mandatory and elective topics
- Engaging and interactive course content
- Convenient access to course materials
- Electronic certificate of completion provided upon successful course completion
- Final exams must be passed with at least a 75% score
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 Missouri Real Estate Sales Agent and Broker 12-Hour Continuing Education Course. Experience flexible and interactive online learning while meeting state requirements. Enroll now and take your professional journey to the next level!
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