Don’t let your South Carolina Real Estate license expire. In this article we outline the renewal requirements for South Carolina real estate licensees.
SC real estate licenses are on a two year renewal cycles, which means your real estate license needs to be renewed and the mandated continuing ed credits needs to be completed.
If your South Carolina real estate license expires in 2024, be sure to complete 10 credits of continuing ed, including the current four credit mandatory course, Disclose, Disclose, Disclose, by June 30, 2024. The remaining credits can be comprised of elective topics approved by LLR. If you are a Broker In Charge (BIC) you also need to complete an additional Broker in Charge continuing ed course as part of your 10 credits.
South Carolina real estate licenses expire two years from the date you received your license. For some that’s on an odd numbered year (2021, 2023, etc) and for others it’s an even numbered years (2022, 2024, etc) – it depends which year you were initially licensed.
If you hold an inactive real estate license in South Carolina, continuing ed is not required until you reactivate your license. There is also an exemption for active duty military during the time of their deployment. If you are an active or former member of the military, thank you for your service.
Keep Me Certified is a fully approved South Carolina real estate school offering the 10 credits brokers and salespersons need to satisfy the continuing education requirement and renew their license. If you are a broker-in-charge, there is a separate 4-hour course that you need to complete.
Learn more and start your continuing ed at keepmecertified.com.