Indiana Real Estate Continuing Education
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How To Renew Your Indiana Real Estate License
The Indiana Real Estate Commission and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency manage the continuing education requirements for Indiana real estate licensees. The IREC mandates that real estate salespersons and brokers must take 16 hours of continuing education every 2 years.
Six of the 16 hours must be in three mandatory subjects. Those course subjects are: Agency Law, Antitrust, Civil Rights Law, License & Escrow Law, Listing Contracts and Purchase Agreements, and Settlement Procedures.
If a licensee postpones completing the 16 hours of education before the license expiration date, and will not be able to complete in time, there are two possible option:
- Submit a late renewal of the real estate license and complete the required course credits.
- Allow the license to become inactive and loose all earned course credits.
The state Licensing Agency has set up an online system to simplify the renewal of licenses, including real estate salesperson and broker licenses. Copies of course completion certificates do not need to be submitted to the IPLA for the continuing education credits, but the IPLA will randomly select licensees for audit after the license renewal application has been submitted. If chosen for an audit, the real estate salesperson will have to supply proof of course attendance and completion.