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Continuing Education (CE)
In order to qualify for license renewal or reinstatement, every individual licensed as a broker of record, broker-salesperson or salesperson must satisfy at least ONE of the below CE requirements:
|Salespersons initially licensed in the FIRST year of the NJ real estate license term WILL BE REQUIRED to complete CE requirements in order to renew their license for the next term (i.e., a licensee who obtains their license before July 1, 2012 will be required to complete CE requirements to renew their license for the term beginning July 1, 2013).
Please be aware that it will take approximately 10 business days for the confirmation of your completed continuing education to be transferred from the school to the testing vendor to the Real Estate Commission.
|Real estate salespersons, broker-salespersons and brokers are required to complete 12 hours of CE per license term in order to renew their license for the next license term. See N.J.A.C. 11:5-12.3(a). At least six of the 12 hours must be in the following core topics, of which each topic except ethics must have an ethics component relating to the topic. The core topics are as follows. See N.J.A.C. 11:5-12.4(a)1-8 and 11:5-12.4(c):
|The following are approved as topics for elective courses. See N.J.A.C. 11:5-12.13(a)1-9.
|Waivers from CE requirements may be granted either in whole or in part for:
Licensees granted a waiver from CE requirements (with the exception of those for active duty military service), will have to make up the waived core course(s) missed in the next license term in addition to all of the credits required for that license term as a condition of license renewal for the license term following when the waiver was issued. (For example, if six core credits were waived, a licensee will have to complete a total of 18 in the next license term.) See N.J.A.C. 11:5-12.5(f).
Any waived elective courses will not have to be completed by a real estate licensee. See N.J.A.C. 11:5-12.5(g).