- Duration: 18 hours
How to Complete the Texas Continuing Education Renewal
Broker MCE Renewal
- A broker or a designated broker of a business entity, who sponsor one of more sales agents during their current license period or a delegated supervisor of one or more license holders for a period of six months or more during the supervisors current license period, must also attend a 6 hour Continuing Education (CE) Broker Responsibility course.
- All active brokers are required to complete MCE for an active license renewal. As of 1/1/2016, the MCE requirement is 18 classroom (clock) hours of TREC approved MCE courses. Fourteen of the 18 hours must include the non-elective 6-hour Broker Responsibility course, 4-hour Legal Update I course, a 4-hour Legal Update II, plus 4 hours of approved CE elective topics. A licensee cannot obtain credit for a course that was not approved for MCE at the time the course was conducted. A course may not be repeated for credit during the same license period. Providers are allowed 10 days to submit proof of course taken.
- 6 hours Broker Responsibility
- 4 hours Legal Update I
- 4 hours Legal Update II
- 4 hours CE elective topics
- MCE course providers are responsible for notifying TREC when a licensee has completed an MCE course. However, if you are seeking MCE elective credit for the following types of courses, you must forward your documentation to TREC:
- Core real estate course
- Out of state continuing education course
- A course approved by the State Bar of Texas for MCLE participatory credit
“Did You Find What You Need?” For Additional Renewal Information:
- State Licensing Authority (Click Here)
- SAVE TIME & MONEY on Future Renewals w/ a CE Plus Membership (Click Here)
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