There are new changes to the Michigan real estate continuing education requirements. Make sure you take a moment to familiarize yourself with the new changes.
Michigan real estate continuing education requirements
Starting November 1, 2018, Michigan real estate continuing education hours will be counted for each license cycle year. Each year of the license cycle is defined as the period of November 1 through October 31 with the next year running November 1, 2018 through October 31, 2019.
You must complete 6 hours of Michigan real estate continuing education for each year of the 3-year cycle with at least 2 of the 6 hours being in law credit for a total of 18-hours of CE for the 3-year renewal cycle.
The minimum 3-hours of law continuing education courses are now required to be taken in each year of a license cycle. It is no longer the by calendar year. All other required elective credits may be completed at any time during the 3-year license cycle.
This is in accordance with Public Act 56 of 2017 which you can read more about here.
We have a great selection of both elective and law real estate CE courses to help keep you in compliance.
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- What if I take a wrong course?
- Did I take enough hours?
- Did I take the required courses?
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This information current as of October 2018.