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- Complete Renewal with Core
- Elective Package without Core
- Brokerage Management (WA) (30.0 hours)
- Real Estate Law (WA) (30.0 hours)
- Property Management Essentials (12.0 hours)
- Real Estate Practices (WA) (30.0 hours) Plus many more!
Current Clock Hour Requirements for Real Estate License Renewal:
Each Washington real estate broker and managing broker must complete 30 clock hours of continuing education including a 3 hour CORE class every two years.
In addition to the 3 clock hour CORE class (Current Issues in Washington Real Estate), all licensees will need to take a 3 hour Transition course as part of their continuing education. The Transition course is a one-time continuing education requirement and must be taken during your renewal period following July 1, 2010.
Once you have completed your continuing education requirements you can renew your active license three ways; online, by mail or in person at the Dept. of Licensing's Olympia Office (2000 4th Ave. W).
If you are renewing an inactive license there is no continuing education required, however there are specific clock hour requirements to reactivate. For more information on how to reactivate your license you can contact Washington's Sales License Renewal office at 360-664-6500 or visit them online.
One of the recent law changes involves getting fingerprinted once every 6 years with your active license renewal. The state will determine when you must submit your fingerprints and notify you and mail you a fingerprint card and instructions with your real estate license renewal notice.