There is mandatory post-license education for each level of real estate license in Nebraska:
Salesperson and Broker Licenses
If you were issued a new Nebraska real estate salesperson or broker license after July 1st 2020, you are required to complete post-license education within the first 180 days from your license issuance date.
Licenses issues prior to July 1st 2020 do not need to complete this education.
The required 12 credit hour course is 'NE 7000: Real Estate Practice', which covers the required knowledge and skills for real estate practice, including, but not limited to, completing contracts and listing agreements and handling of client funds.
Designated Broker License
In order to act as a designated broker for any other real estate licensee in Nebraska, the designated broker applicant must complete twelve (12) credit hours of approved courses of post-license education in the following subjects: Real Estate Trust Accounting, Brokerage Finance, Business Ethics, and Risk Management.
We make this simple with our online NE 6000: Nebraska Designated Broker Post-Licensing package that covers all required elements of your post-license education.
If you have additional questions about these requirements and how they affect you, you can also contact the NE Real Estate Commission.