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How to Complete the First Renewal of Your Texas Real Estate Sales Agent License

Requirements to Renew Your Texas Real Estate License

  • Complete a total of 270 qualifying real estate course hours
  • Complete 4 hours of TREC’s Legal Update I and 4 hours of TREC’s Legal Update II
  • If you are a supervising agent, complete the 6-hour Broker Responsibility course
  • Abide by course segment limitations (no more than 12 hours per day)

Steps to Complete the First Renewal of Your Texas Real Estate License

  1. Complete the required 98 hours of post-licensing education, including:
    • 30 hours in Real Estate Appraisal
    • 30 hours in Real Estate Brokerage
    • 30 hours in Real Estate Investment
    • Texas Legal Update I (4 hours)
    • Texas Legal Update II (4 hours)
    • If you are a supervising agent, complete the 6-hour Broker Responsibility course
  2. Pass the post-licensing final exams with a minimum score of 70%
  3. Schedule an appointment with an online proctor for your final course exam
  4. Download and save the electronic certificate of completion provided by The CE Shop upon successful course completion

Texas Real Estate Post-License Course Description

This 98-hour post-license course is designed for Texas Real Estate Sales Agents to fulfill the state-required post-licensing education during their first renewal cycle. The course covers essential topics such as Real Estate Appraisal, Real Estate Brokerage, Real Estate Investment, and Texas Legal Updates, ensuring agents have the necessary knowledge and skills to maintain their licenses successfully.

Texas Real Estate Post-License Course Features

  • Comprehensive coverage of mandatory topics
  • Flexible online course delivery for easy access and convenience
  • Electronic certificates of completion
  • Courses designed to enhance professional knowledge and skills
  • Expertly crafted content to maximize understanding and retention

3 Benefits to Renewing Your Texas Real Estate License Early

  1. Stress-Free Completion: By renewing your license early, you can avoid the last-minute rush and the stress that comes with it. With ample time, you can better plan your schedule, allocate enough time to study the course materials, and ensure a thorough understanding of the topics covered. This enables you to complete the course at a comfortable pace and successfully pass the final exam.
  2. Uninterrupted Business Operations: Renewing your license early means you won’t have to worry about any lapse in licensure. This ensures that you can continue providing seamless services to your clients without any legal or administrative hurdles. An uninterrupted license status also helps maintain your professional reputation in the industry.
  3. Access to Updated Information: Real estate rules and regulations are constantly evolving. By renewing your license early, you gain access to the most up-to-date information, ensuring that you stay compliant with the latest changes in the industry. This knowledge not only benefits your professional growth but also allows you to provide better services to your clients, ultimately enhancing your overall success in the real estate business.

What Happens When You Don’t Renew Your License On Time?

Failing to renew your real estate license on time can result in penalties, including fines, suspension of your license, and potentially losing your license altogether. It can also negatively impact your professional reputation and disrupt your ability to conduct business as a real estate agent.

Protect Your License: Renew Today!

Empower your real estate career and stay ahead in the competitive market! Enroll in Cameron Academy’s Texas Real Estate Sales Agent 98-Hour Post-License Course today, and secure your future as a successful real estate professional.

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