Every state requires real estate licensees to provide consumers with a Consumer Relationship Disclosure Form (aka Agency Relationship Disclosure). Massachusetts recently (September 2021) made a significant update to their form, but its release was not well publicized leaving many real estate agents and their brokers unaware. Here is a link to the new version of
In this article we outline the requirements and steps to obtain full or partial exemption from completing continuing ed to renew a South Carolina real estate license.
Effective September 21, 2022 there are two new additional course topics required by NY DOS to be completed as part of the 22.5 credit hour continuing ed requirement. This new rule affects ALL real estate licensees, brokers and salespersons. One of the new continuing ed requirements in NY is to complete a 2 hour course
Beginning September 21, 2022, all New York real estate licensees must complete a 2 hour course on Implicit Bias. This is one of the new requirements in NY along with another 2 hour course on Cultural Competency. If you are a New York real estate agent or broker and your license expires on or after
There have been a series of regulatory updates for New York real estate licensees over the past two years. The new and current rules that apply to ALL New York real estate licensees (brokers and salespersons) on/after September 21, 2022 are as follows. This means if your real estate license expires on or after September
In this article we explain the new and updated South Carolina real estate license renewal requirements for the current June 30, 2022 renewal cycle.
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This article is specifically for New York real estate brokers and salespersons who received an email from NY DOS requesting copies of their credits be submitted. There are two reasons that you may be requested to supply the NY DOS with copies of your certificates. The second reason is more common than the first, but
Rhode Island Real Estate Core and Elective Continuing Ed Renewal Requirements Every two years on even numbered years, all RI real estate licensees need to complete 24 hours of approved continuing ed credits. There are additional requirements contained within those 24 hours, some that went into effect as recent as Jan 1, 2022. For our
In March, the NY DOS sent out an email to all licensees, which we have included at the bottom of this post. The new requirements for 2022 do not take effect until September 21, 2022. So if your current real estate license expires before September 21, 2022, nothing has changed for you, yet. If you