Fair Housing: Connecticut’s 2018 Real Estate Continuing Ed Requirement

Fair Housing CE Requirement

Fair Housing is the mandatory course topic all Connecticut licensed real estate agents and brokers are required to complete in order to renew their license. For real estate agents the renewal deadline is May 31, 2018 and brokers need to complete their continuing ed sooner by March 31, 2018.

Connecticut Real Estate Continuing Ed Overview

Each continuing ed course topic counts towards three credit hours of the required 12. This includes the Fair housing course. Popular elective topics this renewal cycle are Real Estate Finance: Understanding Personal Credit, Overcoming Objections, and The Code of Ethics which is a course that is only required for agents who are members of NAR and other local affiliated real estate organizations.

Live vs. Online Course

Fair Housing and other elective topics can be completed both in a classroom, and online. Most real estate licensees complete their continuing ed credits online for convenience and if you are considering completing the course online, visit Keep Me Certified at keepmecertified.com. There you can watch a highlight reel and get started with one of the many online continuing ed courses in our library.

State renewal fees

The state of Connecticut requires licensees pay renewal fees to the state. $383 for brokers and $293 for salespersons.

Reciprocity Rules

If you received a Connecticut real estate license through reciprocity, you are NOT exempt from completing continuing education from a Connecticut licensed real estate school.

Renew a Connecticut License Online

Once you complete the mandatory Fair Housing course and 3 other elective (three credit) courses, you can renew your license online on the Connecticut state website.

About Keep Me Certified

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