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Maryland CE Requirements

Maryland License Requirements for First Time Renewals for 2014-2015

Residential Brokers, Branch Managers, Team Leaders Residential Salespersons and Associate Brokers
  • MREC Agency Residential (3 hrs)
  • MREC Required Supervision (3)
  • Legislative Update
  • Maryland Fair Housing
  • MD Code Ethics
  • 1.5 hours of Electives
  • MREC Agency Residential (3 hrs)
  • Legislative Update
  • Maryland Fair Housing
  • MD Code Ethics
  • 4.5 hours of Electives


If you renewed in 2012 or 2013 and your current license expires between Jan 2014 and Dec 31, 2015

  • Residential (All licenses): 15 hours including 3.0 legislative, 1.5 fair housing, 3.0 ethics
  • Commercial (SOLELY - No residential business): 15 hours including 3.0 legislative and 3.0 ethics (required classes)
  • Licensees with a graduate degree in law or real estate from an accredited college (must supply documentation at audit): 7.5 hours (3.0 legislative, 3.0 Maryland ethics and 1.5 fair housing (residential); if solely commercial, 7.5 hours including 3.0 legislative 3.0 Maryland ethics and 1.5 elective) (required classes)
  • For more information on CE requirements, visit the Maryland Commission site. Visit this page for information relating to inactive or expired licenses returning to active.

Washington DC CE Requirements

A total of 15 hours is needed

  • DC Fair Housing (3.0)
  • DC Legislative Update (3.0)
  • DC Financing Issues and Update (3.0)
  • 6 hours of elective. You can get elective credit by taking certain Maryland courses which are eligible for DC elective credit. Visit our CE Class schedule page and look for any Maryland course which says "(DC) elective" as a credit type.


Virginia CE Requirements

Virginia Elective Class Credits Through Reciprocity For Classroom Classes

Virtually all of the in-classroom Maryland courses we offer will be accepted by reciprocity for elective credits by the Virginia Real Estate Board. To receive credit for these classes send a notarized copy of your DC or Maryland license, as applicable, and a notarized copy of the DC or Maryland class certificates you received, with your VA renewal forms.



Please Note:

Legislative update and fair housing classes taken to satisfy the mandatory continuing education requirements for Maryland and DC real estate license may not be applied to your mandatory Virginia legislative update or fair housing requirement.



May I use DC Mandatory CE Credits as Electives In Maryland?

 

Real Estate Boards

 Maryland Real Estate Commission

Website: www.dllr.state.md.us/license/occprof/recomm.html
Addresss:

Maryland Higher Education Commission
6 N. Liberty Street, 10th Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Phone: (410) 230-6230
Email: mrec@dllr.state.md.us



 District of Columbia Real Estate Commission

Website: http://www.pearsonvue.com/dc/realestate/
Addresss: 941 North Capitol Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 442-4320 Fax: (202) 698-4329

Program Liaison: Leon Lewis, Leon.Lewis@dc.gov
Program Analyst: Staci Mason, Staci.Mason@dc.gov
Commission Assistant: Stephanie Johnston, Stephanie.Johnston@dc.gov
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 Va Real Estate Board

Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
Website:http://www.dpor.virginia.gov/Boards/Real-Estate/
Addresss: 9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 400, Richmond, Virginia 23233-1463
Phone: (804) 367-8500
Licensing Section: (804) 367-8526
Email: dpor@dpor.virginia.gov
Hours of operation are 8:15 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (prevailing United States Eastern time)

 


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