Price Reduced! TREC Approved 18-Hour Package -$39

Sales Agents and Brokers must complete 18 hours of continuing education classes every 2 years. Sales agents must include 8 hours of TREC Legal Updates I & II (these are 4 hours each). The other 10 hours can be TREC approved elective courses. Brokers must also complete a 6-hour TREC Broker Responsibilities course. The remaining 4 hours may be filled with TREC approved elective courses.

18-hour Broker Package - $39

Includes:

  • 6-Hour Broker Responsibility 2017-2018
  • 8-Hour Legal Updates - Course I & Course II 2018-2019
  • 4-Hour Real Estate Contracts
  • Free Social media marketing for Real Estate Course - $39 Value

18-hour Sales Agent Package - $39

Includes:

  • 8-Hour Legal Updates - Course I & Course II 2018-2019
  • 4-Hour Real Estate Contracts
  • 3-Hour Code of Ethics
  • 3-Hour Fair Housing
  • Free Social media marketing for Real Estate Course - $39 Value
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Reminder: Texas Real Estate Professionals, Complete Your Legal Updates

If you have not already completed a Legal Update I or II course, you must do so well in advance of December 31st, 2017.

The Texas Real Estate Commision Education and License Services Division has informed us that students must complete the current Legal Update I and II course by December 31 to satisfy your education requirements.  We will no longer be providing these courses after that date. 

If you still need to take these courses, please click HERE 

Your requirements: Sales Agents and Brokers must complete 18-hours of continuing education classes every two years. Salespeople must include eight hours of TREC Legal Updates I & II (These are 4 hours each). The other 10 hours can be based on elective training topics that are approved by TREC. Brokers must also complete a 6-hour TREC Broker Responsibilities course. The remaining four hours may be filled with TREC approved elective courses.

We provide: Texas approved continuing education that meets all of your requirements. We will report your continuing education to the Texas Real Estate Commission after completion.
All classes are HD VIDEO or FULL NARRATION with PRINTABLE TEXT
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Texas Benefits for Veteran Real Estate Professionals

The Texas Real Estate Commission has streamlined and expedited the application process for service members and their spouses applying for a real estate license.

  1. Qualifying individuals will first need to determine if they want to be an Agent, a Broker, or an Inspector.
  2. Complete an application for the desired license
  3. Attach the Supplemental Form for Military Service Members, Military Veterans, and Military Spouses
  4. Base application and examination fees will be waved if
    • Your service, training, or education meets requirements for a license
    • You hold a current license from another jurisdiction with equivalent requirements
    • You held the license within the last 5 years
  5. Provide fingerprints for a background check
  6. Pass the written examination
  7. You may request to have your military education, experience, or training evaluated for licensing credit

 

 

 

 

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