Individuals who acquire a real estate license must take accredited continuing education courses to renew the license. This has been changing recently because Nevada doubled its license term. Our home page is linking to and clarifying the changes.
A new Nevada licensee needs to complete either post-licensing or continuing education. If required, post-licensing must be taken during a licensees first year of licensing. In addition, a new licensee must complete 12-hours of live classroom continuing education (ethics, contracts, agency, legislative update and broker management for brokers/broker-salespeople). For those exempt from post-licensing (licensed in the another state at the time of application to Nevada/licensed in Nevada within 5 years of the new application to Nevada), 30-hours of continuing education (probably changing to 24-hours) is required.
Veteran licensees who have a 4-year license must still complete continuing education every 2 years. 24-hours of continuing education is the requirement (ethics, contracts, agency, legislative update and broker management for brokers/broker-salespeople). Nevada is requiring live-classroom for 50% of the education.
Licensees with business broker permits and property management permits must also complete topic specific education before renewal.
We specialize in distance education courses, we don't offer post-licensing training - only continuing education.
4 year licenses: The continuing education requirement for a 4 year license (first issued on July 1, 2011) will need to be turned in to the Division every 2 years. That 24-hour requirement must include the designation topics of agency, legislative update, contracts, ethics (and broker management if you are licensed as a broker or broker-salesperson). It must be turned in to the Division during each of the 2 year increments.
Our 12-15 hour continuing education package includes all of the required courses (Agency, Legislative Update, Contracts, Ethics and Broker Management). Our courses will satisfy the statutory courses and the maximum number of hours that can be completed by distance education. After completing our package, a licensee will also need to attend a live classroom course for 12 additional hours. The live classroom coursework must be approved by the Real Estate Commission, but can be any topic, since the designated topics will already be satisfied with this package.
Our courses are all new and are now completely automated. Read the course, pass a final, print a certificate....all on the same page.
Our packages also include both a free property management permit education continuing education course and a free business broker permit education continuing education course.
The online course includes:
The hard-copy course includes: