Florida Real Estate Post Licensing for Sales Associates

Florida Real Estate Post Licensing for Sales Associates

From: $89.00

Welcome to our Florida Real Estate 45 hr. Post-licensing course for newly-licensed sales associates beginning their real estate careers in Florida. Successful completion of this course will satisfy your one-time post-license requirement. The basic course has everything you need to satisfy FREC requirements and will stay active for 6 months. Course extensions are available if needed. The only portion of this course that is timed is the final exam. (Add-ons are optional)

Course Price:

$89 for 6 months access

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Florida Sales Associate Post-License Requirement:

All sales associates must complete a 45-hours post licensure course and required exam within their first license renewal period. (The First license renewal period will be between 18-24 months) Students must pass the final course exam with 75% to receive credit for the course.  If you fail the exam the first time, you will have immediate access to a second attempt with a different exam.  If you fail it the second time, FREC rules require you to complete the course over again.  If you do not pass the final exam prior to your first renewal expiration date, there is no grace period and your license become null and void.

Course Completions

When you complete you 45 hr. Post-Licensing Online Course we will report your credits electronically to the DBPR. It may take a few days for the DBPR to post your course credits to your account. That is because the closer it gets to the renewal deadlines, the more renewals are coming in all over the state of Florida. However, there is no need to worry because when the course gets posted, they go by the course completion date, not the date it was reported or the date they applied it to your account. When we report your Post-license course, you will get a screenshot of our electronic reporting as proof that your course was reported.

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