Arizona Online Real Estate CE School

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As your partner in Real Estate Continuing Education (CE) in Arizona, OnCourse Learning (a partner to Praedo Institute) is approved by Arizonas Division of Real Estate to provide distance learning real estate continuing education courses for real estate saleperson and real estate brokers.

Since all real estate pre-licensing (for both salesperson and brokers) must be completed in person at an on-site campus in Arizona, OnCourse Learning proudly provides all of the online courses you will ever need to continue your career in real estate after you have recieved your license.

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Arizonas Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Requirements

What are the state of Arizonas requirements to become a licensed real estate agent?
  1. Must be at least 18 years of age.
  2. You must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
  3. Must successfully complete 120 hours of approved real estate education within a ten-year time frame immediately preceding your application.
  4. Applicant must be sponsored by a broker before he/she applies for license.
  5. Be honest, truthful, and of good reputation.

OnCourse learning is a licensed and approved school by Arizonas Department of Real Estate To Provide Real Estate CE Education.

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Arizonas Licensed Real Estate Broker Requirements

What are the state of Arizonas requirements to become a licensed real estate broker?
  1. Must be at least 18 years of age.
  2. You must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
  3. Must successfully complete 120 hours of approved real estate education within a ten-year time frame immediately preceding your application.
  4. Applicant must be sponsored by a broker before he/she applies for license.
  5. Be honest, truthful, and of good reputation.

OnCourse learning is a licensed and approved school by Arizonas Department of Real Estate To Provide Real Estate CE Education.

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Arizonas Licensed Real Estate CE Requirements

What are the state of Arizonas Continuing Education requirements for Real Estate Salespersons, Associate Brokers and Real Estate Brokers?
Salesperson or Associate Broker License CE Requirements:

24 hours of ADRE-approved Continuing Education (CE) courses must be completed every two years to renew a real estate license.

Of the 24 hours required for renewal, you must obtain credit hours as indicated in EACH of the following subjects:

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Designated Broker or Delegated Associate Broker License CE Requirements:

24 or 30 hours (effective on and after 1/1/2013) of ADRE-approved Continuing Education (CE) courses must be completed every two years to renew a real estate license.

Of the 24 or 30 hours (effective on and after 1/1/2013) required for renewal, you must obtain credit hours as indicated in EACH of the following subjects:

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* At least 3 hours of credit in the Commissioners Standards category must be of the Broker Management Clinic course if you are an active status designated broker (which includes self-employed brokers). Effective on and after January 1, 2013, at least 9 hours of credit in the Commissioners Standards category must be of the Broker Management Clinic (consisting of Broker Management Clinic course #1, #2, and #3) if you are an active status designated broker (which includes self-employed brokers) or delegated associate broker with written authorization to act on behalf of the designated broker by reviewing and initialing contracts and similar instruments pursuant to A.R.S. § 32-2151.01(G).

** If claiming Fair Housing course substitute, attach a statement of substitution and certificate for substitute class. An additional class in the Real Estate Legal Issues category that has been approved for a minimum of three credit hours in place of the mandatory Fair Housing category and must be pre-approved by the Department.