Managing Broker Continuing Education

24-Hour Requirement for all Managing Brokers

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The Illinois Real Estate License Act requires 24 hours of professional Continuing Education for all Managing Brokers, which includes 12 hours of traditional CE (home-study and/or classroom) and an additional 12 hours of mandatory Broker Management CE (BMCE) interactive sessions via classroom or live webinar.

CE – Core Courses

  • 3-Hr. Core A – Fair Housing, Agency, License Law and Escrow
  • 3-Hr. Core B – Mortgage Fraud in the Marketplace

CE – Elective Courses

  • 3-Hr. Environmental Issues
  • 3-Hr. Ethics

Students receive textbooks and workbooks for the course(s) ordered. The books contain reading assignments and self testing. When prepared, the student calls to set an appointment for testing or signs up to attend one of the scheduled CE sessions for testing. The exams are proctored and administered at the school office, during a scheduled CE session, or at the site of an approved proctor. Students have up to 6 months to complete the course.

Tuition:

  • 12 hours $75.00
  • 9 hours $65.00
  • 6 hours $50.00
  • 3 hours $25.00
  • 12-hour Broker Management CE class (Classroom or Live Webinar) is $165.00

CE – BMCE

If you have any questions about BMCE please contact our office at 630-844-0222.


Managing Broker Continuing Education

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Baird & Warner in Barrington  - 9:00 to 1:30
754 W. Northwest Highway
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Instructor: Vincent DePaul
1508734800 10/23/17 - 10/23/17
3-hr Core A: Fair Housing, Agency, License Law, & Escrow
Home Study
3-hr Core A: Fair Housing, Agency, License Law, & Escrow
Home Study
3-hour Core B: Fair Housing
Home Study
3-hr Core B: Reduce Your Professional Risk
Home Study
3-hr Core B: Mortgage Fraud
Home Study
3-hour Elective: Professional Ethics
Home Study
3-hour Environmental Issues

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A REALTOR® is a licensed real estate agent who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®, (NAR) the largest trade group in the country.

Every agent is not a REALTOR®.  You become a REALTOR® after you pass your real estate course, pass the state license exam, join a real estate company and then join the National Association of REALTORS®.

According to the NAR, the term REALTOR has one, and only one, meaning:
"REALTOR® is a federally registered collective membership mark which identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics."

Michael Fair, President and Director of Your House Academy is an NAR member.