Connecticut Real Estate Continuing Education
We are a Connecticut Real Estate Commission approved continuing education provider (CTREC School Code: 0470). You can find us on the Real Estate Continuing Education Provider list as 1 ATTEMPT (AYPOREALESTATE.COM).
Complete your continuing education to renew your CT 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.
Connecticut 12 Hour Complete CE Renewal Package
Look no further for the full 12 hours of continuing education required for real estate license renewal in Connecticut with this complete package. Every two years licensees must sit down for 6 hours of core and 6 hours of elective credits. This package satisfies the full requirement.
Topics include the two mandatory courses on Agency Law and Fair Housing, plus financing regulations and types of financing available.
Connecticut 6 Hour Real Estate Mandatory CE Package
Real estate licensees in Connecticut can fulfill their 6 hours of core continuing education for license renewal with this package on the mandatory topics of Agency Law and Fair Housing.
A total of 12 hours must be completed every two years: 6 (core) + 6 (elective). The core credits are broken down into two 3 hour courses.
Connecticut 6 Hour Real Estate Financing
This 6 hour package of educational content is designed to provide real estate professionals with an overview of important topics and concepts related to the financing of real estate transactions. This package is primarily concerned with the financing of real estate transactions. This package will cover such topics as relevant lending laws, sources of funds, loans, government loan programs, and documents used in the financing of real estate transactions.
Connecticut 3 Hour Agency Law Review (Mandatory)
Real estate licensees in Connecticut can fulfill 3 core hours of continuing education with this course on the mandatory topic of Agency Law. A total of 12 hours must be completed every two years: 6 (core) + 6 (elective).
Review the client versus customer difference, assistance agreements, and Connecticut statutes on dual agency and duties to parties.
Connecticut 3 Hour Fair Housing Review (Mandatory)
Real estate licensees in Connecticut can fulfill 3 core hours of continuing education with this course on the mandatory topic of Fair Housing. A total of 12 hours must be completed every two years: 6 (core) + 6 (elective).
Examine security deposit rules, fair housing law at the federal and state levels, data and security principles, and common licensee mistakes.
Connecticut 3 Hour National Association of Realtors Ethics
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 and appropriate,
- Produce a contract with language that is specific but also clear and understandable,
- Explain the rights of parties involved in an ethics complaint or ethics hearing,
- and Much More!
This course is approved by a local NAR association to satisfy your NAR Code of Ethics training requirement.
CE Requirements to Renew a CT Real Estate License
Continuing education must be completed before each even numbered year renewal.
Brokers and Salespersons have the same continuing education requirements, but when it is due differs. Brokers must have their CE complete and renewal processed no later than March 31st. Salespersons have until May 31st to renew.
For the 2018-2020 cycle, licensees are required to obtain 12 hours of continuing education. Of those hours:
- 6 Hours of Mandatory Education on Agency Laws and Fair Housing, which are separated into two courses.
- 6 Hours of Commission-approved electives.
NAR Members: NAR's Board of Directors approved a change to the Code of Ethics training requirement, extending the current cycle deadline from Dec. 31, 2020, to Dec. 31, 2021.