Oregon Real Estate License Renewal Requirements

Oregon License Renewal Basics

All real estate licensees (principal brokers, associate brokers, brokers and property managers) renewing an active license must complete a Board-approved three (3) hour Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) AND a minimum of twenty-seven (27) hours in approved topic areas under OAR 863-020-0035.

Many of our courses fulfill the required topics, and are so noted in the descriptions.

You will self-certify on the License Renewal Form that you have met the continuing education requirements, and you will need to maintain the continuing education records after renewal of the license, including the completed Real Estate Licensee Continuing Education Record form and all certificates issued by Certified Continuing Education Providers.

Oregon CE Course Topics

Certified continuing education providers must ensure that the content of any course offered by the provider is in one or more of the required topics. Providers must inform licensees which topic(s) each course includes or whether the course is the Law and Rule Required Course or the Advanced Real Estate Practices course. VanEd posts the applicable course topics in the course details online.

Oregon Required CE Course Topic Ineligible Topics for Oregon CE
• Principal broker or property manager record-keeping
• Principal real estate broker supervision responsibilities
• Principal broker or property manager clients’ trust accounts
• Agency relationships and responsibilities for brokers, principal brokers, or property managers
• Misrepresentation in real estate transactions
• Property management
• Advertising regulations
• Real estate disclosure requirements
• Real estate consumer protection
• Anti-trust issues in real estate transactions
• Commercial real estate Real estate contracts
• Real estate taxation
• Real estate property evaluation, appraisal, or valuation
• Fair Housing laws or policy
• Managing a real estate brokerage
• Business ethics
• Risk management
• Dispute resolution
• Real estate finance
• Real estate title
• Real estate escrows
• Real estate development
• Condominiums
• Subdivisions
• Unit owner or home owner associations
• Timeshares
• Water rights
• Environmental protection issues in real estate
• Land use planning, zoning, or other public limitations on use
• Real estate economics
• Real estate law or regulation
• Negotiation
• Real estate broker or property manager pre-licensing courses
• Examination preparation classes
• Sales meetings
• Motivational classes or seminars
• Time management classes or seminars
• Sales and marketing classes or seminars
• Psychology classes or seminars
• Trade association orientation courses
• Courses in standardized computer software programs not specifically related to required course topics
• Courses with content that is specific to another state or jurisdiction
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