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How to Complete the Continuing Education to Renew Your Montana Real Estate License

Real Estate License Renewal Requirements Montana

  • Renewal Date: 10/31 each year
  • Hours Required: 12 hours
    • No duplicate credit for repeating a course in the same reporting period/license year

Steps for Montana License Renewal

  1. Complete the required 12 hours of continuing education.
  2. Pass the final exams with at least a 75% score (multiple attempts allowed).
  3. Receive an electronic certificate of completion upon successful course completion.
  4. Submit your renewal application, ensuring the certificate(s) of completion are included if required.
  5. Pass the applicable license renewal fees.

Course Description

Cameron Academy presents the Montana Real Estate Agent Continuing Education Course, designed to fulfill the 12-hour requirement for active real estate license renewals. This comprehensive course covers ethical excellence, assistance animals and fair housing, document diligence, marketing, advertising, and social media compliance.

Course Features

  • 12 total hours of continuing education
  • Engaging and interactive course content
  • Electronic certificate of completion provided upon successful course completion
  • Final exams must be passed with at least a 75% score
  • Convenient access to course materials

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

Boost your real estate expertise with Cameron Academy’s Montana Real Estate Agent Continuing Education Course. Meet state requirements and enhance your skills with our interactive online courses. Enroll today and elevate your professional journey!

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