- Duration: 36 hours
How to Complete the New Mexico Continuing Education Renewal
All active and inactive associate brokers and qualifying brokers shall successfully complete a minimum of 36 hours of continuing education in courses approved by the commission during each licensing cycle.
- 4-hour NMREC Core Course – to be completed annually (totaling 12-hrs during each 3-year licensing cycle)
- 4-hour Ethics Course – to be completed once during each 3-year licensing cycle
Additional Associate Brokers Requirements
- 4-hour Core Elective Course – to be completed once during each 3-year licensing cycle
In addition to the above those associate brokers involved in residential property management for others must also complete the below listed requirements:
- Completion of the commission approved course, Uniform Owner/Resident Relations Act, or commission approved equivalent property management related course, prior to offering property management services, and during every subsequent 3-year licensing cycle.
- Associate brokers in addition shall complete a minimum of 6-hours of approved continuing education courses in property management during each 3-year licensing cycle.
While qualifying brokers are already subject to the meeting attendance requirement for license renewal, associate brokers who offer or intend to offer property management services shall also be subject to the same meeting attendance requirement.
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