2022-2024 CT Real Estate Agency Law – Mandatory CE Course

“Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law” is the mandatory continuing ed course produced by UCONN and approved by the Department of Consumer Protection for the 2022-2024 renewal cycle. All Connecticut licensees (salespersons and brokers) are required to complete the current mandatory course before renewing their license on even numbered renewal years (2024, 2026, etc).

The Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law course is three credit hours and can be completed online, live or asynchronously (on-demand). Keep Me Certified is an online real estate school that is fully approved by DCP to offer this course (and other elective courses) on-demand. Our video-based continuing ed course can be completed 24/7 in about 3 hours.

Be sure to complete your CE 90 days before your license expires. The expiration dates changed for the 2022-2024 cycle.


To learn more, enroll, and start this course today, visit our website at keepmecertified.com

You also may find our recently published article explaining the 2022-2024 Connecticut Real Estate License Renewal Requirements to be helpful.


There are eight main topics covered in the CT Real Estate Agency Law course:

  1. Advertising
  2. Real Estate Teams
  3. New CE Requirements
  4. Audio/Video Surveillance
  5. Buyer Love Letters
  6. Escalation Clauses
  7. Agency
  8. Real Estate Licensees

Importantly, all Connecticut licensees must complete their continuing ed 90 days prior to their license expiring on even numbered renewal years. This means Brokers must complete their CE on or before August 30 and Salespersons must complete their CE on or before Feb 28, 2024.

Who is exempt from completing continuing ed during the 2022-2024 cycle?
You are exempt from completing continuing ed only if you passed a Connecticut real estate license exam during the current renewal period. Note: they use the date of your licensing exam, NOT the date your license was issued.


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