License Renewal Resource Center
As a real estate professional, it is your responsibility to know when your license expires, how many hours you need to complete in each renewal period, and to pay any associated fees to renew your license with the LLR.
CTAR’s Six Steps to Renewal
Step 1: Verify your license renewal date, here.
Step 2: Download the License Renewal Worksheet
This will be your roadmap and help you track your courses across LLR, CTAR and NAR’s requirements. This worksheet is for planning purposes and does not need to be turned in to CTAR or LLR. This worksheet is not applicable for licensees with Property Manager or Property Manager-In-Charge licenses.
Step 3: See what CE classes you’ve taken*
The South Carolina Real Estate Commission has a CE tracking and reporting system which tracks continuing education for all licensees of the Commission that require
continuing education to maintain their licenses in *active* status (Salespersons, Brokers and Brokers in Charge). This is a free service to all licensees, and you may claim your account here.
Step 4: Complete the Worksheet
Refer to our Education page for more information on the changes in RE Licensing Law.
Some CTAR June live classes are likely to sell-out, so for your convenience two online CE providers can be accessed here.
Step 6: Renew your license online with the LLR
Beginning May 1, once you have completed your 2020 renewal requirements, renew your license online with LLR.
Please note: CTAR does not have access to your renewal password, licensure records, or CE exemption status. You can find that information and more here.
As a real estate professional, it is your responsibility to know when your license expires, how many hours you need to complete in each renewal period, and to pay any associated fees to renew your license with the LLR online.