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.
Step 3: Get a list of the classes you’ve taken*
Login to our IMS System here. (link will open in a new tab)
1. Choose “Other Services”
2. Select “Education Information”
3. Select “Classes You Have Taken”
*only CE courses you’ve completed at CTAR will be included in this list. Courses taken through other providers are not tracked in our system.
Step 4: Complete the Worksheet
Refer to our Education page for more information on the changes in RE Licensing Law.
Step 6: Renew your license online with the LLR
Once you have completed your requirements, renew your license online with LLR (online renewal will be active in May 2017)
*Exemptions for License Renewal
LLR and CTAR allow an exemption from CE if a post-licensing or a broker licensing course has been completed during the renewal period.
If you are a broker or salesman age sixty-five or older, with a minimum of twenty-five years of licensure, and you have submitted and been approved for an age exemption, you are exempt ONLY from the LLR (state licensing board) portion of continuing education requirements.
You are still required to meet additional hourly requirements for Realtor membership as well as completion of the National Association of Realtors (NAR) ethics training.
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.