CE Classes

Sign up for Free Real Estate Agent Continuing Education @

http://hih.preferrededucation.net

The process is simple – Sign up, Attend the Class, Receive a Certificate of Attendance, get your credit from the state usually within 5 business days!

 

List of Presentations Available:

Real Estate Agent Continuing Education Classes:
10 Most Common Home Defects
Avoiding the Aggravations of a Home Inspection
Lead Safety
Managing the Home Inspection
Mold
Electrical Inspections
Radon
Structural Inspections
Basics of the Heating System

*These can change between 1-3 hr credit

Non CE Presentations:
New Homes
Solar
9 Marketing Sercrets of Top Agents
13 Secrets to Maximizing Newsletters
Decks
Fireplaces
Damp Basements
Flat Roofs
Furnace Deficiencies
Going Green
Home Maintenance Perspectives
Older Homes
Renovations, Repair, and Remodels
Septic Systems
Termites
Newer Homes

RULES OF TENNESSEE REAL ESTATE COMMISSION

*As noted from http://share.tn.gov/sos/rules/1260/1260-05.20100614.pdf

1260-05-.12 CONTINUING EDUCATION.

  1. (1)  The Commission may, in its discretion, designate that portion of the continuing real estate education required of licensees by T.C.A. §62-13-303 to be composed of specific topic(s).
  2. (2)  The “office or brokerage management” course required of applicants for broker’s licenses will not be approved as a post-licensing or continuing education course for affiliate brokers.
  3. (a) An affiliate broker whose license was originally issued on or after July 1, 1980, will not be eligible for renewal of the license unless, during the immediately preceding two-year license period, such affiliate broker satisfactorily completes at least sixteen (16) hours of continuing real estate education. This subparagraph shall not apply to an affiliate broker whose license was temporarily retired in accordance with T.C.A. §62-13-318 for the entire immediately preceding two-year period.(b)  A broker whose license was originally issued on or after January 1, 2005, will not be eligible for renewal of the license unless, during the immediately preceding two-year license period, such broker satisfactorily completes as least sixteen (16) hours of continuing real estate education. This subparagraph shall not apply to a broker whose license was temporarily retired in accordance with T.C.A. §62-13-318 for the entire immediately preceding two-year license period.(c)  A licensee will not receive continuing education credit for classroom hours completed during a prior license period.

(4) Continuing education credit will be given for approved classroom hours completed during the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the original date of licensure.

Authority: T.C.A. §§ 62-13-106, 62-13-203 and 62-13-303. Administrative History: Original rule filed May 11, 1984; effective June 10, 1984. Amendment filed November 17, 1987; effective January 1, 1988. Amendment filed November 21, 1988; effective January 5, 1989. Amendment filed July 31, 2006; effective October 14, 2006. Amendment filed March 16, 2010; effective June 14, 2010.