WHAT! You say your Texas real estate license renewal expired and that's it?! No more license? Say it isn't so - you worked too hard to get that license and we don't want you to lose it. Especially since it's relatively easy to get it current.
Did you know?
You can complete your mandatory continuing education, pay your fees, and renew your license for up to 2-years after your expiration date? Yeah, that's right. Your license renews every 2-years right around the time you got it originally.
Here are the two things you need to do to get current.
Individual Broker Late Renewals
|expired 90 days or less||$253|
|expired more than 90 days up to 6 months||$289|
|expired more than 6 months up to 2 years||$290|
Sales Agent Late Renewals
|expired 90 days or less||$143|
|expired more than 90 days up to 6 months||$176|
|expired more than 6 months up to 2 years||$190|
The sooner you act, the more you will save!
All Texas real estate licensees must complete 18 hours of continuing education.
Sales Agents and Non-Sponsoring Brokers must complete the 4-hour Legal Update I, 4-hour Legal Update II, and 10-hours of elective CE courses.
Sponsoring Brokers must complete the 4-hour Legal Update I, 4-hour Legal Update II, 6-hour Broker Responsibility, and 4-hours of elective CE courses.
NOTE: Brokers who have sponsored sales agents during the current renewal will need to complete the Broker Responsibility course. This applies even if you are not currently sponsoring any sales agents
If your real estate license is expired for more than 2-years you will have to start all over again. This means the qualifying education, the fees, and the licensing exam - yikes.
Contact us today to purchase the Texas real estate license renewal courses today.
This information current as of September 2018.