Continuing Education State Requirements

State of Michigan Requirements Overview

Your Licensing Requirements
Within each 3-year license cycle, real estate professionals are required to complete at least 18 clock hours of continuing education that involve any subjects that are relevant to the management, operation, and practice of real estate or any other subject that contributes to the professional competence of a licensee. At least 2 hours of CE for each calendar year must also involve laws, rules, and court cases regarding real estate. It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that your continuing education record is complete, correct and that all certificates of completion are recorded. Check the requirements here: Continuing Education Requirements by the State if Michigan 

 

 

Getting Started with the CE Marketplace

As you may have heard, the way you track your continuing education credits has changed. The LARA site used to track your credits, but as of January 1, 2015, you are responsible for tracking the credits you earn. 

The CE Marketplace has already imported all of your continuing education credits earned through December 31, 2014 from LARA, you just need to register with the CE Marketplace to view your info. Courses taken that have been certified through the CE Marketplace will be automatically tracked on the site, while courses not certified by the CE Marketplace will have to be tracked by the individual. Learn more about how to register with the CE Marketplace and start tracking your credits! 

Get started at the CE Marketplace!

 

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