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Florida Real Estate Post License Requirements

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Edited by MLS Campus Administrator, Monday, 6 March 2017, 11:16 AM

Don’t procrastinate and put your Florida real estate license at risk!

Don’t Procrastinate Post License Course

To maintain your real estate license, all licensees must comply with post-licensing requirements or continuing education 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.

The Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC) rules require anyone with a Sale Associate license or a Broker License to complete Post-License training prior to their first renewal deadline. There is no grace period.

Sales Associates Requirements

Complete 45 Hours of Sales Associate Post License Training

Complete 45 Hours of Sales Associate Post License Test

MLS Campus’s Post-License Sales Associate course is designed to go beyond the principles of Real Estate that were taught in your Pre-License course, and give you the real-world application skills that will enhance your ability to be successful out in the market. The sooner you acquire these skills which include marketing techniques, listing acquisition, and helpful tips for buyers and sellers, the faster you will be able to build a solid base and experience greater success.

If you do not complete your 45 Hours of Post License Training your license becomes void, and you have to retake the pre-license course, pass its exam, and retake the state exam.  In effect, you have to start from scratch.

Broker Requirements

Complete 60 Hours of Broker Post License - 30 Hours Investment & 30 Hours Management Training

The Florida Real Estate Commission rules require anyone with a Broker’s license to complete 60 hours of Post-License training prior to their first renewal deadline. MLS Campus’s Broker Post-License course is designed to go beyond the material taught in your Pre-License course, and enhance your skills in office management and investment analysis. The sooner you acquire these skills, the faster you will be able to put them to use and successfully build your business.

If you do not complete your 60 Hours of Post License Training your license reverts to a sales associate’s license. 

In an earlier article we discussed how to manage your license at the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) Post and Continuing Education Monitoring Database.

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