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Licensees in the state of Texas are required to complete a total of 18 hours of continuing education (CE) real estate courses every two year licensing period. Of these, all licensees must take the 4 hour Legal Update 1 course and the 4 hour Legal Update 2 course.
A broker who sponsors sales agents, the designated broker of a business entity, or a sales agent who is a delegated supervisor of one or more license holders for six months or more during the current license cycle must also complete a 6 hour broker responsibility course as part of the 18 hour CE requirement.
VanEd maintains an extensive selection of online Texas real estate courses for continuing education (CE), including the mandatory TREC Legal Update and Ethics Update classes.
VanEd is a TREC Approved CE provider: ID #0235
Edition 7.0 - TREC's new non-elective Legal Update I, effective January 1, 2016.Full Details
Per TREC rules, all Licensees must complete this course every two years as part of their 18 hours of continuing education requirement. Edition 7.0 is the first four (4) hour Legal Update Part 2 course offered under the new rules.Full Details
This VanEd 18 hour continuing education (formerly MCE) license renewal package provides you the easiest, fastest and most cost effective way to complete your Continuing Education Requirements. Please note that per TREC rules students may only complete 12 hours of CE in any given day.
Note: This course also includes The Ethics of Technology - this course is designed to meet the NAR Ethics requirements. Check with your local board for approval or contact VanEd for assistance.
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