license renewal

How to Renew Your Real Estate License: Oregon Inactive Broker Activating a License (2015)

If you have renewed an active license at least once and completed a Advanced Practices course:  If your license is currently inactive, but you completed the Advanced Real Estate Practices course and renewed your license on active status at least once, these are the steps to take to reactivate your license: Complete our FREE (limited time offer)  3-hour

Will My Oregon Real Estate CE Count In Washington?

(Jeff Sorg, OnlineEd) – The only Oregon real estate continuing education course that counts for both Oregon and Washington continuing education for license renewal is Broker Advanced Practices. The OnlineEd 27-hour Oregon Broker Advanced Practices course is presently accepted by both the Washington Real Estate Commission  and Oregon Real Estate Agency for real estate continuing education credit.

How to Renew Your Real Estate License: Oregon Active Real Estate License

(OnlineEd – Portland, OR) – As of July 1, 2011, a licensee is required to submit a license renewal application, including the payment of the license renewal fee, using the newly developed online application process available on the Oregon Real Estate Agency’s web site: License renewals are no longer submitted for processing using the mail. A

How to Renew Real Estate License: Oregon Expired Real Estate License

(OnlineEd – Portland, OR) The Oregon Real Estate Agency will renew an expired real estate license to either active or inactive status, when the licensee renews within one year of the date the license expired. The license must be renewed online at the Agency web site: Once the expired licensee has created or accessed their account,the

How to Renew Your California Real Estate License

(OnlineEd®) – 2011 brought enormous change and much confusion in the California Department of Real Estate’s education requirements. Stricter time-monitoring, and a limit on final exam attempts are the two most most important,  but over-looked rules required by ALL continuing education providers as of January 1, 2011. OnlineEd® has created this guide to help you