Subsequent renewals after the first active license renewal for real estate brokers - The CE Renewal Packages meet the DOL real estate education requirements for WA real estate brokers. The DOL requires 30 clock hours of education, including the 3 clock hour Core Curriculum course every 2 years. You can choose from any of the 30 or 33 clock hour CE Renewal package options.
Active managing brokers - clock hour requirements are the same as active subsequent broker license renewals. 30 clock hours, including the 3 clock hour Core Curriculum course.
Finishing touches and supplemental packages - for brokers who have already completed a portion of their clock hours and need some additional clock hours to meet the 30 clock hour requirement by the DOL.
Individual Courses - single courses without purchasing a complete package.
Washington Continuing Education
CE Renewal Packages below will satisfy DOL licensing requirements for renewing your license in Washington. Finishing Touch Packages are for agents who just need a few more hours to complete the minimum required hours for Washington.
The following are courses are available without purchasing a complete license renewal package.
Fair Housing Washington State 6 Hours
The purpose of this course is to introduce real estate brokers and managing brokers to the federal Fair Housing Act (42 U.S.C. ...read more
3601 et seq.) and the Washington Law Against Discrimination (chapter 49.60 RCW) as it relates to real estate transactions.
The course will teach real estate brokers and managing brokers the historical and societal context of housing discrimination, legal framework intended to prevent housing discrimination, and steps to take to prevent housing discrimination.
This course is designed to bring awareness to the real estate professional of the common pitfalls/mistakes that are made ...read more
by many licensees. The course is practical in nature and discussion is based on introduction of the subject, case studies and examples of mistakes that are commonly made in many areas. Look for the "TIPS", Case Studies" and "Notes" sections for discussions about pitfalls.
With the increase in lawsuits over the last few decades, it's safe to state that we, in the United States, have become ...read more
a litigious nation. Lawsuits, or the threat thereof, within the real estate industry, are certainly not an exception. One of the causes, perhaps, is that a party does not have to prove that they were wronged before filing for a suit. To complicate this even further, is that in most jurisdictions, the filing fee is very nominal. So, it becomes quite easy and inexpensive to threaten litigation. The purpose of this course is to explore some sound risk management procedures which can minimize your exposure and reduce your risk of being threatened with a suit. During this course, there will also be an emphasis on shifting the risk to those professionals who specialize in a particular field within the real estate industry. In doing so, you'll also reduce the risk to your brokerage and to your client as well.
Sound Practice for the Preparation and Presentation of Effective Contracts. Contracts are an essential part of the transfer ...read more
of real estate. It is important that you, as the real estate professional, are familiar with these contracts, know how to use them and have the ability to explain the terms contained within these forms.
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The Texas Real Estate Commission requires proctoring for each of your Final Exams. You can find
your own proctor that meets state guidelines, or you can use our online Web Proctoring system
which allows you to take your final exams whenever you are ready in front of your own computer.
If you do not enroll in the Web Proctoring now, you can always purchase Web Proctoring for each
individual course for
you are ready to take your final exam.