Colorado Real Estate Commission changes continuing education requirement

Important Information for Colorado Real Estate Professionals:

important infoOn Oct. 2, 2012, The Colorado Real Estate Commission adopted changes to Rule B-2, Methods of completing continuing education. The revised rule replaces the “Broker Transition”course with the newly developed 24-hour “Broker Reactivation”course. Starting, Jan. 1, 2013, Licensees returning to active status from inactive or expired status will be encouraged to take the new “Broker Reactivation” course if they are unable to satisfy the education requirements found in B-2(a).

Additionally, the rule removes the “Broker Administration” course as a method of satisfying the continuing education requirements.The “Broker Administration” course is still required to upgrade a license from the Associate Broker level, and can qualify as 24 hours of elective continuing education. It will not satisfy any portion of the Annual Commission Update course requirements.

The rule is effective Jan. 1, 2013 and all licensees will have to comply with the new requirements. The Division will honor all courses under the current requirements of B-2 completed by Dec. 31, 2012.

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