Real estate license renewal information
Your real estate license is awarded – and maintained – through the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR). To maintain your salesperson real estate license, all licensees must comply with post-licensing (if within your first two years of licensure) or 14 hours of continuing education requirements (consisting of 11 hours of specialty credit and 3 hours of core law credit) and pay the necessary renewal fees. This also applies to those licensees with a suspended license. If your required education is not complete and/or reported, you will not be able to renew your license through DBPR.
As a licensee, you are responsible for maintaining your continuing education status with DBPR. You can do that online by going to their website at www.myfloridalicense.com . You can also pay your license fee online as well. Brokers have additional licensing requirements so please check with DBPR.
PRO/CPRO is here to help you with your continuing education needs!
We’re one of a few Associations that have become a real estate school and a continuing education provider. We did this in order to assist you with as many options for post-licensing and continuing education credits as possible. Many of the classroom-style courses that we offer our members have been approved for continuing education credits and the GRI I course also offers the entire 45 hour post-licensing credits needed for license renewal in your first two years. When we offer a course with continuing education credits, we electronically submit those credits directly to DBPR for you.
PRO also understands that you may not be able to easily make a lengthy time commitment away from your business. To that end, we have partnered with several online post-licensing and continuing education providers to offer you online options as well.
Continuing Education – in the comfort of your home!
Any of the options below will allow you to shop for the course you need and have the credits sent electronically to the DBPR: