New York Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Continuing Education Licensees must successfully complete 22.5 hours of NYS Department of State (DOS) approved continuing education (CE) every two-years upon license renewal. New York allows distance learning for continuing education, such as online delivery and video courses. Classroom courses are also available. Individuals who sign up for courses online…Read more
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The 30-hour remedial course was created along with the new 75-hour salesperson qualifying course and implemented as of July 1, 2008. Licensure applicants who must take this course are: broker licensure applicants who have taken the old 45-hour salesperson course salesperson licensure applicants who took the old 45-hour salesperson course and now want a salesperson…Read more
There are several reasons why individuals want to become a licensed real estate broker: to open their own real estate firm to become a principal in a real estate firm to become an associate broker in a real estate firm to open a property management company to become a manager in a real estate brokerage…Read more
A number of real estate students have expressed concern that they cannot have a real estate license if they have had a misdemeanor or felony conviction. Ultimately, it is up to the Department of State (DOS) to decide whether an applicant can have a license or not. The DOS has an investigative unit who reviews…Read more
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