Questions About Course Material
An instructor is available Monday thru Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Technical Support or any other questions
Our office staff is available from 8:00am to 10:00pm every day.
The course is active for one year from the date of purchase, or until you pass the final exam. It may be possible to have the course extended beyond the one year maximum. Please call our office for information.
|1||Real Estate License Law Update|
|2||Accounts and Disciplinary Action|
|3||Other State and Federal Laws Affecting Real Estate|
|4||Real Estate Brokerage Relationships|
|5||Property Condition and Inspections|
|6||Fair Housing and the Americans with Disabilities Act|
|7||Real Estate Finance: Laws and Trends|
|8||Contracts and Closing|
|Final Exam||30 question multiple choice
Passing score 80% (you can miss 6)
Final Exam Information
Answer Each Question In Order
You cannot close out or use the back or previous button. If you exit the exam before you have a passing score, or fail the exam, you must wait thirty days before you can attempt it again.
30 Day Retake
If you do not pass the final exam on your first attempt, you will be given a link to a second final exam. The second exam cannot be taken until thirty days after the first exam.
License Renewal Process
To renew your license, the state requires proof of your education completion, and you must pay a renewal fee:
Once you have completed your course, we will automatically submit your information to the state electronically. Depending on the information you have provided, we will attempt to fax and email your completion slip to you. We also put a completion slip and diploma in the regular mail. Please keep these documents for your records.
Pay Your Renewal Fee to the State
Online: Log in to your DBPR Online Services Account
You will be asked for your User ID and PIN. Your User ID can be found bysearching with your license number. If you have not already changed your PIN, it may be the last four digits of your social security number.
DBPR (850) 487-1395
If you have your renewal notice from the state, you can return it with a payment