Meet your continuing education renewal requirements with our easy-to-use courses. Our narrated real estate CE classes are self-paced with 24/7 access, making your CE renewal process stress free. Go at your own pace at home or on-the-go.
REMI School of Real Estate
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Hours Required - 30 hours
Renewal Cycle: Every 2 years
Oregon Real Estate Agency
Meet your real estate CE requirements online with our real estate courses and packages. Our narrated real estate CE classes are self-paced with 24/7 online access so you can complete on your own time - at home or on-the-go! All courses are mobile-friendly with no special apps required. Expect fast processing upon completion as we submit your CE credits to the Oregon Real Estate Agency on your behalf. Reach out to our customer service staff with any questions. We pride ourselves in providing great customer service and quality classes that are easy to use and easy to complete.
The mandatory 3-hr Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) covers the State's required topics including Oregon Revised Statute 696 and Oregon Administrative Rule 863, as well as input from Board, the Oregon Real Estate Agency staff, and other stakeholders.
This 30-hr CE Renewal package is designed for Brokers and Principal Brokers who wish to renew their Oregon real estate license. This package includes a 3-hr Required Law and Required Rule (LARCC) course and 27 hrs of electives that are taken online on your own self-paced schedule. See details for course titles.
Our LARRC course includes the Fair Housing component.
IMPT: This package is designed for Brokers and Principal Brokers who have already completed one or more renewal cycles. If this is your first ever renewal, please seek out separately provided courses (ex: 27-hr Advanced Practices Courses). This package is not for Property Management License renewal.
The course provides a detailed look at the laws and professional conduct that promote fair and equitable treatment during housing and real estate transactions.
Learn how to use home inspections to the advantage of your clients.
Course covers topic of how home inspections benefit and protect buyers and sellers. Licensees learn levels of inspector certifications and the purpose and benefits of inspection. Course provides the licensee with an understanding of the condition of a property, costs to maintain, and how to reduce risk to buyer and licensee.
Course enables students to:
Purpose of Course
The Property Management course is designed to provide licensees with an understanding of the roles, responsibilities and issues involved with property management. This course covers the handling of day-to-day issues, administrative activities, and legal practices.
Property Management is a three-hour, intermediate level, elective CE course accepted by the State of Hawaii for CE credit. The course covers
the role of the property manager, fair housing laws, fiduciary duty, and rental forms.
Topics covered include:
Increase your social media presence for your marketing campaigns. Abide by advertising rules and guidelines in the practice of today’s real estate
This course covers the importance of a policy manual and the standard types of information and materials necessary for constructing a good policy manual.
Gain an improved understanding of the role of policies in reducing liability, risk and improving performance
This course covers the importance of a policy manual and the standard types of information and materials necessary for constructing a good policy manual. Serves as an aid for those creating a policy manual. Improves your ability to provide consistent professional services to consumers and avoid liability.
Learn more on the Basics of Investment Property. NOTABLY, there is a 3-hr and 4-hr version of this investments course. This 4-hr course is the extended of the 3-hr course titled: "Basic Steps to Analyze Investment Property." Both are great courses. Select either the 3 or 4-hr version (but not both).
This course covers basic investment concepts and analytical tools. The instructor provides real estate and financially-based models to help licensees rank and analyze investment alternatives and risk.
This Code of Ethics course is designed to provide 3-hrs of continuing education credit and meet the National Association of Realtors (NAR) ethics requirement.
Note: As always, it is at your local Board / Association's discretion to accept this course for credit toward their Ethics requirement. Check ahead of purchase.
Learn how to avoid risk and protect your clients with this 4-hr CE course designed for experienced and novice licensees alike.
How will this course improve professionalism?