Continuing Education requirements for Texas Real Estate Agents

In Texas, real estate license holders are required to renew their license every two years. The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) oversees the license renewal process and sets the requirements for license holders to stay active and compliant.

To renew their license, Texas real estate license holders must complete a specified number of continuing education (CE) courses.

18 Hours of Approved CE Courses:

  • 8 Hours of TREC legal update I and II
  • 3 Hours of contract related course work
  • 7 Hours of elective CE

It is important for Texas real estate license holders to renew their license on time. If the license is not renewed within six months of the expiration date, the license becomes inactive and the holder must complete additional CE courses and pay a late fee to reactivate it.
Overall, Texas real estate license renewal requires license holders to stay up-to-date with state and industry regulations and requirements, while also investing in their professional development through continuing education.

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