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Both states require 12 hours of CE (Continuing Education) every two years.
You may review your completed CE credits on the KREC and GREC websites. (Please allow up to 1 week for recently attended classes to appear. You can renew online in the appropriate month at the real estate commissions once all your classes appear there.)
But I just got my license! Do I have to renew it already?
For Missouri, if you obtained your license the month before your renewal date, the Missouri Real Estate Commission (MREC) will likely waive the CE requirement until the next renewal date. You may not need the CE hours, but you must pay the renewal fee. To be certain, contact MREC at 573-751-2628.
For Kansas salesperson licensees, if your expiration date is less than 6 months from the issuance date of your license, CE is not required until the next renewal date. Although you do not need the CE hours, you must pay the renewal fee. The CE exception does not apply to broker licensees. You may review your license record at krec.ks.gov or email email@example.com.
Please go to the KREC website and click on “Continuing Education Credits” under Quick Links. You can renew your license online if all your CE credits appear or are forthcoming. They system will continuously check for CE and process your pending renewal once CE is recorded. Otherwise, print a Renewal Application Form and email or fax it with the latest copies of your course certificates.
About Kansas Renewal
Everyone renews at a different time in a two-year period depending on your last initial. You need a three-hour course titled "Kansas Salesperson and Broker Core," referred to as “Core Class” on the KCRAR calendar. (Brokers also need the "Kansas Broker Core.”) After completing the core course(s), Salespersons need an additional nine hours of elective classes and Brokers need six additional hours. CE course completion and license renewal are due by the last day of the month immediately preceding the license expiration date. Renewals made in the expiration month are assessed an additional $50 by the KREC.
Kansas Renewal Schedule
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Please go to the MREC website to verify your CE credits. Click on “MREC Licensee Search” under Important Links. If your classes don't appear on the Details page of your license history, please contact MREC at 573-751-2628.
About Missouri Renewal
Everyone, regardless of license issue date, renews every 2 years in even numbered years. Brokers and Salespersons must take the 3-hour “Missouri Core Curriculum: Agency and Brokerage Relationships," referred to "Core Class” on the KCRAR calendar. After completing the core course, Salespersons and Brokers need an additional nine hours of elective classes. Brokers renew in June and Salespersons renew in September (even-numbered years).