• Real Estate Board

    Continuing Education "Carryover" Process

    Licensees soon will need to submit a worksheet, along with their course completion certificates, to the Board if they have continuing education (CE) they wish to "carryover." The Board's computer system is not capable of automatically calculating the amount of carryover CE, so the worksheet is mandatory and will be available in early September.  
    Once staff reviews the worksheet and evaluates whether a licensee has CE that qualifies for carryover, the eligible credits will be entered into the licensing system and then show up on License Lookup on the website. 

    All licensees who submit a worksheet will receive a letter indicating if he or she has carryover CE, no matter the eligible amount. By implementing the process now, licensees will know what carryover credits are available to them by the time they actually need to use any: October 1, 2017 (the first day a license that expires in November of 2017 can be renewed).

    Real Estate CE Carryover process 


    Launch Carryover Webpage Aug. 1, 2017
    Post Carryover Worksheet  Sept. 1, 2017
    Begin approving November license renewals Oct. 1, 2017

    Process for Reviewing Carryover

    1. Renew your license (on time!)
    2. Fill out the Carryover Worksheet and submit with course completion certificates (copies are fine).
    3. Staff will review your worksheet to evaluate whether your CE is eligible to carry over into your current license period. You will receive a letter with the results of the staff review.
    4. If you do have eligible carryover CE, it will show up on License Lookup within two business days of the staff review. 

    Real Estate CE Carryover example