CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
New York Department of State Educational Licensing Requirements
All real estate salespersons and brokers who are required to complete 22.5 hours of approved CE during each 2 year license period MUST include 3.0 hours of approved Fair Housing course work. Effective January 1, 2017 "agency related instruction" must also be included in the 22.5 hours. Individuals that are renewing their license for the first time, two hours of "agency related instruction" are required. For renewals subsequent to the first time, only one hour of "agency related instruction" is required.
Individuals who hold a real estate appraiser license or certification must complete 28 hours of approved CE within each two year license period. The 7 hour USPAP Update Course must be completed during each two year period. This course can be applied toward the 28 hours of required CE. Several of our classroom courses are approved for appraisers and we also offer online appraiser CE courses as well.
For more information regarding licensure requirements call the NY Department of State at 1-518-486-3803 or visit their website at www.dos.ny.gov
National Association of REALTORS® Educational Requirements
REALTORS®, this includes appraisers as well as real estate licensees, are required to complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time within each two-year cycle (the current two-year cycle is from January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020). The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Note- there is NO GRANDFATHER CLAUSE for this requirement!
For 2019 we will provide our members with four options to fulfill this NAR mandatory ethics requirement.
Below is a list of members of the Elmira-Corning Association of REALTORS® who have fulfilled their ethics requirement for the current cycle, January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2020. If you have any questions please call Sandy at 607-562-7035.
(LAST UPDATED (03/18/2019)
|Mary Ann Morehouse||03/08/2019|