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Blogs Karen's Blog Arizona Real Estate License Renewal - Every Two Years!

Posted Jun 22, 2010 10:02 pm (10 years ago)

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The Arizona Department of Real Estate has announced that real estate license renewals issued after July 29, 2010 will be for a 2-year license period.  For currnt licensees, the Arizona Department of Real Estate computer system witl adjust current licenses from a 4-year renewal to a 2-year renewal automatically on July 1, 2010.

Real estate continuing education requirements will remain the same:  24 hours of ADRE-approved courses including 3 hours Commissioners Standards, 3 hours Legal Issues, 3 hours Fair Housing, 3 hours Contract Law, 3 hours Disclosure, 3 hours Agency Law and 6 hours either in general classes or classes in one of the required categories.  New licensees are required to take 6 hours of contract law.  Designated Brokers are required to complete a Broker Management Clinic which also fulfills the 3 hours in Commissioners Standards.  Real estate renewal classes can be completed anytime prior to your license expiration date, but remember that licensees may only complete 9 hours of real estate renewal classes on any one given day.

For current license renewal fees, visit the Arizona Department of Real Estate