The Florida Real Estate Commission rules require anyone with a Broker’s license to complete 60 hours of Post-License training prior to their first renewal deadline. There is no grace period, and failing to complete a Post-License course before the deadline will result in your license being cancelled. Don’t procrastinate and put your license at risk, reserve your seat today. CARE is not responsible for students who fail to complete their education on time for any reason, and the state will not grant extensions for late renewals.
Note: Brokers who fail to renew their license prior to the expiration date, may downgrade to Sales Associate within 6 months to avoid license re-qualification.
CARE’s Broker Post-License course is designed to go beyond the material taught in your Pre-License course, and enhance your skills in office management and investment analysis. The sooner you acquire these skills, the faster you will be able to put them to use and successfully build your business.
Taking a 60 hour Post-License course is required for all Real Estate Brokers prior to their first renewal deadline. To search the deadline for taking your Post-License education please visit DBPR’s Website, or feel free to call a CARE Administrator at 407-251-0051 and we will be more than happy to assist you.
The 60 hour course is divided into two 30 hour segments and can be completed either through classroom or online instruction:
* 30-hours of Brokerage Office Management – Teaches the policy and procedures needed to run a successful real estate office.
* 30-hours of Real Estate Investment Analysis – This section teaches brokers about looking at real estate from an investor’s viewpoint.
It is recommended that fulfilling your Post-License requirement be done as soon as possible in order to put the skills that you learn to use immediately, as well as because the deadline for completion can sneak up on brokers putting their license at risk of being canceled.