Florida 28 Hour Real Estate License Reactivation Course for Sales Associates and Brokers
Our State Approved 28 Hour Real Estate License Reactivation course fulfills the Florida Real Estate Commission 28 Hour Reactivation course required for Sales Associates and Brokers who have an Involuntary Inactive Florida Real Estate License for more than 12 months but less than 24 months.
Florida Real Estate License First Renewal
Prior to Florida Real Estate License first expiration date, a Real Estate Licensee will need to complete a Post License Education to maintain the license. It is very important to fulfill the Post License Education requirement on time. Failing to do so, will automatically make the license null and void.
Florida Real Estate License Second Renewal and Up
Starting the second renewal, a Florida Real Estate Licensee will need to complete the 14 Hour Real Estate Continuing Education every two years. Failing to complete the 14 Hour Continuing Education Requirement on time, will make the license Involuntary Inactive and the Licensee will not be able to practice real estate.
Involuntary Inactive License
A real estate license will automatically become involuntary inactive and a license will not be able to practice real estate if the 14 Hour Continuing Education Requirement is not completed on time. There are three possible scenarios:
- If a license has been involuntarily inactive for 1-12 months, the Licensee will need to complete the 14 Hour Continuing Education course and pay an additional late fee.
- If a license has been involuntarily inactive for 13-24 months, the Licensee must complete a 28 Hour License Reactivation course and pay a late renewal fee.
- If a license has been involuntarily inactive for more than 24 months, the License will become null & void. The Licensee will have to retake the 63 Hour Sales Associate Pre-License course and pass the State Exam again in order to obtain an Active Real Estate License.
The Online 28 Hour Florida Real Estate Reactivation Course Includes:
- FREC Approved Course and final exam
- Electronic submission of completion to the state
- Licensed instructors to answer course questions
- Tech supports for any computer issues
- Personalized diploma suitable for framing
Course Exam Information
Answer Each Question In Order: You cannot close out or use the back or previous button. The best way to prepare for the final exam is to take the practice exam multiple times. Each time you will get your score right away, and you will be able to review all questions.
Free Practice Exam
This program is designed to test your real estate knowledge and to help you prepare to pass the end of course exam the first time. It is a user-friendly system designed to assist you in your quest to become a licensed real estate professional. Our questions are similar to the questions you will need to answer when you sit for your end of course exam. By taking these quizzes you will become better prepared to pass your end of course exam the first time.
End of Course Certificate
The course final exam can be taken twice. Once you pass it with a score of 70% or better, your certificate of completion will be available right away. We will notify the state electronically within 24 hours of your completion. All that you will need to do in order to renew your license is to pay the renewal fee to DBPR.
License Renewal Process
To renew your license, the state requires proof of your education completion, and you must pay a renewal fee:
Your completion date is the date that you pass the end-of-course exam. To be considered on-time, courses must be completed at or before 11:59 pm EST the day of the renewal deadline.
Once you have completed your course, we will automatically submit your information to the state electronically.
Pay Your Renewal Fee to the State
You can pay your renewal fee in three ways:
Online: Log in to your DBPR Online Services Account. You will be asked for your User ID and PIN. Your User ID can be found by searching with your license number. If you have not already changed your PIN, it may be the last four digits of your social security number.
Phone: DBPR (850) 487-1395
Mail: If you have your renewal notice from the state, you can return it with a payment.
Don’t Procrastinate and Put Your Florida Real Estate License at Risk!
To maintain your real estate license, all licensees must comply with post-licensing requirements, continuing education or reactivation requirements and pay the necessary renewal fees. This also applies to those licensees with a suspended license. If your required education is not complete and/or reported, you will NOT be able to renew your license.