New Continuing Education Requirements from DREC
DREC (Delaware Real Estate Commission) has changed the continuing education requirements for licensed agents and newly licensed agents. Licensed agents are now required to take 21 hours continuing education credits based on the following Core Modules:
Module 1 - Agency and Fair Housing (3 Hours)
Module 2 - Professional Standards (Ethics) (3 Hours)
Module 3 - Real Estate Documents (3 Hours)
Module 4 - Office Management (3 Hours)
Module 5 - Legislative Issues (3 Hours)
Module 6 - Practices of Real Estate (3 Hours)
Module 7 - Elective Course (3 Hours)Newly Licensed Salesperson Course Outline
Newly licensed Salespersons must attest during licensure renewal that they have completed these four modules within the first year of licensure
New Salesperson Module 1 - Ethical Practices in Real Estate (3 Hours)
New Salesperson Module 2 - Agreement of Sale, Buyer Representation (3 Hours)
New Salesperson Module 3 - Real Estate Documents, Seller Representation (3 Hours)
New Salesperson Module 4 - Real Estate Professionals (3 Hours)Continuing Education Pro-Rations Schedule for the Newly Licensed Salesperson
As a newly licensed salesperson, you are required to complete the Newly Licensed Salesperson course, for twelve (12) continuing education credits, within the first 12 months of licensure.
To determine how much CE is required, please review the chart from the Delaware Real Estate Commission located at this link.
If the licensee is selected for post-renewal audit, they will be required to submit the certificates of attendance for the Newly Licensed Salesperson Courses that are required withing the first 12 months of licensure.