DBPR Emergency Order - Real Estate License Renewal Extension - The Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR) has issued an Emergency Order extending the deadline for REALTORS® to renew their real estate license by 30 days. This gives REALTORS® the ability to take some extra time before filing their renewal with the state. Please note that this is an extension, NOT a waiver. The DBPR Emergency Order can be viewed HERE.
Associate Pre-Licensure - As a condition of licensure applicants must successfully complete a 63-hour Pre-Licensure Course based on FREC 1 Syllabus and pass the required end of course exam.
Associate Post-Licensure - First renewal period is 18-24 months in duration. Licensees are required to complete 45-hours of approved Sales Post licensure courses and required end of course exams OR GRI course 1 and pass the end of course exams.
Broker and Broker-Associates Pre-Licensure - As a condition of licensure, applicants must successfully complete a 72-hour Pre-Licensure Course based on the FREC II syllabus and pass the required end of course exam.
Broker and Broker-Associates Post-Licensure - First renewal period is 18-24 months in duration. Licensees are required to complete 60-hours of approved Broker Post Licensure courses and required end of course exams or take both the GRI 2 and GRI 3 and pass the end of course exams.
Continuing education is the same for Brokers, Broker Associates and Sales Associates. The second and subsequent renewal periods are 24 months in duration. Real Estate Licensees are required to complete 14 hours of approved continuing education courses. This breaks down to 11 hours of specialty courses and 3 hours of Core Law.