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Alabama Real Estate Continuing Education Courses

We are an Alabama Real Estate Commission approved continuing education provider (AREC School Approval Code: 109278).

Complete your continuing education to renew your AL real estate license today. All of our courses can be completed At Your Pace online in order to help you maintain your license. Once you complete your class we will report your course completion to the state for you and you will have an official certificate of completion available to print or save for your records.

 

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Alabama 9 Hour Real Estate Essentials

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This 9 hour package of educational content is designed to provide real estate professionals with an overview of important topics and concepts. This package covers topics such as the provisions of the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, mathematics and real estate calculations, contracts, professional real estate activities, escrow, the closing process, and comparative market analyses.

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$30

Alabama 3 Hour NAR Ethics Course

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This course is approved to meet 3 hours of your Elective CE requirement! Regardless if you are a REALTOR® or not, this course covers their Code of Ethics for the Real Estate Industry. At the end of this course students will be able to:

  • Interact with other parties in a manner that is ethical & appropriate
  • Produce contracts with specific, clear & understandable language
  • Explain the rights of parties involved in an ethics complaint or ethics hearing & much more!

This course is approved by a local NAR association to satisfy the NAR Code of Ethics training requirement.

Alabama Real Estate License Renewal Dates and Continuing Education Requirements

You must renew your active Alabama real estate license every even-numbered year. The deadline for renewal is September 30 and licenses expire October 1. 

Due to COVID-19, the deadline for 2020 has been pushed from September 30 to December 31. 

 

Broker and Salesperson License Education Requirements:

In order to renew your license, you must complete the Alabama real estate continuing education requirements by the renewal deadline. Every two-year term, you must take at total of 15 hours of continuing education (CE) credits, including:

  • 6 hours in designated risk management courses (Level 1 and Level 2)
  • 9 hours in elective courses

 

Risk Management Core Course - New Change: 

As of January 1, 2021, students must complete a new course, Risk Management: Contact to Closing, in order to renew or activate a license. 

This new course will fulfill the 6 hours of risk management CE credits required, replacing Risk Management - Level One and Risk Management - Level Two. The old courses may be used to satisfy requirements until December 31, 2020.

Agency Requirements for licensure

Alabama State Approval Letters

8/29/2019

Alabama Real Estate Commission Approved Courses

 

000109236

SHERI WYTCHERLEY

1383 2ND AVENUE

GOLD HILL, OR 97527

 

COURSE APPROVAL NOTICE

The following courses have been approved through September 30, 2021:

087: DE - SALESPERSON PRELICENSE - AYPOREALESTATE.COM 60 Hours

202: DE - REAL ESTATE ESSENTIALS - 9 HOURS - AYPOREALESTATE.COM 9 Hours

601: DE - RISK MANAGEMENT - AVOIDING VIOLATIONS - AYPOREALESTATE.COM 3 Hours

741: DE - RISK MANAGEMENT FOR BROKERS - AYPOREALESTATE.COM 3 Hours

745: DE - RISK MANAGEMENT FOR SALESPERSONS - AYPOREALESTATE.COM 3 Hours

 

This course approval notice may be printed at any time during the current period for an updated list of approved courses. 

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Patricia Anderson, Executive Director

Teresa D. Hoffman, Assistant Executive Director

April 26, 2016

 

Sheri Wytcherley

1383 2nd Avenue

Gold Hill, OR 97525

 

Ms. Wytcherley:

 

This is to inform you that you have been approved as a continuing education instructor with the Alabama Real Estate Commission. Your instructor license number is 109236. 

You will find enclosed "Key Points for Continuing Education instructors."

You are reminded that any courses you wish to teach must first be approved by the commission. Course applications should be submitted to the Commission on our Website: www.arec.alabama.gov You will also find enclosed "important reminders for submitting course applications". You are also reminded that courses must be taught under a school that has been approved by the commission. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office. 

 

Sincerely,

David Bowen

Education Specialist