If you’ve been licensed less than 2 years –
Updated March 2018
Click here if you’ve been licensed more than 2 years.
First things first. You do not renew your license this year. A new 3-year license renewal cycle began July 1, 2017. The next license renewal deadline is June 30, 2020.
- Complete a state-approved 30-hour postlicensing course within 2 years of your license issue date; this course is required and satisfies your initial continuing education (CE) requirement during the first 2 years of licensure
- Keep your course certificate of completion in case of audit
- Do not submit your course certificate of completion to the Indiana Real Estate Commission (IREC) or Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA), either now or at license renewal time
- Complete your postlicensing course through the IAR-owned RECP to get the best information out there—RECP courses are developed by IAR attorneys, industry experts, and veteran instructors
- Know you could face a fine for not completing the postlicensing course; here’s the fee schedule IREC set in December 2017:
1–30 days late = $250
31 days–6 months late = $500
Over 6 months late = $1,000
- Begin completing CE according to the following chart
- Complete REALTOR® Code of Ethics training before Dec. 31, 2018; current Code of Ethics training cycle is Jan. 1, 2017—Dec. 31, 2018
- Complete your Code of Ethics training with IAR’s/RECP’s OnDemand course entitled, “Cracking the Code”; just $25 and fit it in when convenient!
- Know your REALTOR® membership will be suspended for the January and February immediately following the Code of Ethics training cycle deadline (Dec. 31, 2018) if you do not complete ethics training and that your membership will be terminated starting March 1 if you still do not complete training
- Update your email address with IREC/IPLA for license renewal reminders and other important information from the state of Indiana
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