Post Licensing

For newly-licensed brokers

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Post Licensing

New to Real Estate?

If you were recently licensed, make sure you complete this 30-hour post licensing course within two years of the issue date on your license.  No other continuing education will count in place of this specific course. This 30 hours will give you the skills to practice real estate and build your business.

New to Real Estate?

Practical Content for New Brokers

New brokers still have a lot to learn. Let RECP guide you with our post licensing course that covers practical topics for running your business. Learn about real estate transactions, financing, business planning, marketing and more.
Post Licensing Course Deadline
Find out when to complete your post licensing course with this helpful chart.  
Post Licensing Course Highlights
Only RECP's course includes a proprietary course manual as well as a textbook on business planning. 
Designations for New Brokers
Newly licensed brokers can benefit from professional REALTOR® designations, especially the GRI.