Managing Broker Continuing Education

Next Renewal Deadline for Managing Brokers is April 30, 2021

The Illinois Real Estate License Act requires 24 hours of professional Continuing Education.  The first 12 hours are mandatory Broker Management CE (BMCE) interactive sessions presented in the classroom or live webinar.  The second are 12 hours of Broker CE presented home-study and/or classroom. 

12 Hour Broker Management CE (BMCE) - $165.00

Live Classroom
   Live class sessions held over 2 days in several suburban locations

Live Webinar
  Convenient interactive webinars from your home or office, held over 2 days.

No test for live sessions

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12 Hour Broker CE - $ 80.00

Core Courses & Home Study Electives 
4-Hr. Core Course LIVE 
1-Hr. Sexual Harrasement Prevention LIVE
 
                
2-HrEnvironmental Issues (Home Study)
3-Hr. Ethics (Home Study also meets NAR requirement)
2-Hr. Fradulant Mortgage (Home Study)              


Click here  for a listing of LIVE Classes.  Includes testing session for Home Study Electives    

     Click for Online CE Options     

If you’re unsure which courses you may have completed, click here to check the CE lookup page on the IDFPR website.  Or call the office at (630) 844-0222
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Broker Management Continuing Education

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Live Video Conference   - 2 Days 9:00 - 4:00
From your Home or Office
An Invitation will be e-mailed to you a couple days before the class. - DIRECTIONS
Instructor: Mike Fair
01600750800 09/22/20 - 09/23/20
12-hr Broker Management Continuing Education

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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.