Plan Your 2018 CE Vacation

Why not include your family and meet your business requirements at the same time. Plan your 2018 vacation to be taken in Orange Beach or Gulf Shores, enjoying the beautiful Alabama beach, eating wonderful seafood while fulfilling your continuing education all at the same time.

Your Family Vacation

It’s just common sense. You have to complete your state required continuing education before September 30, 2018 anyway. So why not schedule a week vacation for you and your family. While the family is playing on our beautiful beach, you can take only two days of your vacation time to complete your CE requirements. Since the classes are held during the day, you still have the evenings to dine out with the family, and you still have five days of your vacation time to fish, play golf, or soak up the sun with the family.

Huge Tax Deduction

By doing this, you earn a huge bonus. Since this is also a business trip, your vacation becomes a business expense. Why not let the government finance your vacation? It is such a smart decision, some people make two trips a year and only takes one day of classes on each trip. This is a win-win situation for both you and your family.

CE Deadline is Sept. 30, 2018

2018 is license renewal year and all licensees must complete 15 hours of continuing education. I have taken the guesswork out it for you. Attend our two-day sessions and receive all required CE credits, regardless whether you are a salesperson or a broker. The courses taught and the dates offered are listed below.

Courses Taught in each two-day session

  • Risk Management Avoiding Violations
  • Risk Management for Salesperson
  • Risk Management for Brokers
  • Mining for Gold Nuggets
  • Code of Ethics (NAR Rquired)

Dates for each two-day session in 2018

  • March 21-22
  • April 18-19
  • May 23-24
  • June 13-14
  • July 18-19
  • August 22-23
  • September 19-20

LOCATION: All classes will be taught at this location.

Orange Beach Community Center

27235 Canal Rd.

Orange Beach, Al. 36561

Continuing Education Classes for 2018

CE Classes in Orange Beach

            CE Classes in Orange Beach

CE Classes at the beach in 2018

Alabama License Law requires all licensees to renew their license prior to August 31 of the renewal year. Since licenses are renewed every other year, on even years, 2018 is our license renewal year.

Continuing Education (CE) Deadlines

Additionally, all licensees are required to complete a minimum of 15-hours continuing education between Oct. 1, 2016 and Sept. 30, 2018. If a licensee does not complete the continuing education requirements by Sept. 30, 2018, their license will automatically [Read more…]

This Is CE Year—What’s That?

This Is CE Year—What’s That?

CE is an acronym for Continuing Education. You choose the term you want to use for it but don’t forget about it. To a Realtor® CE is of most importance. In Alabama, every licensee that has an active license is required to take a minimum of 15-hour CE during a two year period prior to renewing their real estate license. I’ll explain it for it. In Alabama, real estate agents renew their license every even year; 2010, 2012, 2014, etc. The deadline for license renewal is September 30 every even year. For example; all agents must renew their license by midnight September 30, 2012. If they aren’t renewed, license will automatically be placed inactive by the Alabama Real Estate Commission. Therefore, every active licensee has to complete 15-hours of CE beginning October 1, 2010 and ending midnight September 30, 2012. If this deadline is not met, their license will automatically be placed inactive and can no longer participate in normal real estate practices until certain requirements are met. Do you now see how important CE is?

To confuse the issue just a little more, [Read more…]

Alabama Real Estate Continuing Education Courses

 

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The Alabama Real Estate Commission requirements for Continuing Education (CE) are listed below in the order they are to be completed:

  • All Alabama licensees are required to complete a minimum of 15-hours of approved Continuing Education (CE) prior to renewal of licensure. Every licensee must complete 3-hours of mandatory “Risk Management Avoiding Violations” a level one course; and additionally 3-hours of mandatory “Risk Management for Salespersons” or “Risk Management for Brokers,” both are a level two course; and 9 additional hours of “elective classes.”  CE can be completed anytime between October 1 of the first year of licensure and September 30 of the second year of licensure. All license in Alabama must be renewed prior to October 1 in even years. For example; All licensees renewed their license prior to Oct.1, 2018. The next license renewal deadline is September 30, 2020. Continuing Education must be completed between October 1, 2018 and September 30, 2020. To determine the amount of CE credits you have and/or still need, log into your personal profile page on the Commission’s website www.arec.alabama.gov .
  • Whether you purchase our Special Renewal Package (all 15-hour of CE) or purchase individual classes the process is simple.
  • You purchase the classes of your choice and you can begin the class work in a matter of minutes.
  • Upon complete the online course I receive notification of completion.
  • I enter the credits on your behalf with the Alabama Real Estate Commission and notify you that the credits have been issued.
  • Your final step is to log into your personal profile page on the Commission’s website www.arec.alabama.gov to view your credits and complete the course evaluation form.

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Alabama Real Estate Salesperson Reciprocal License

Alabama Real Estate Salesperson Reciprocal License

ARELLO CERTIFIED DISTANT EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR

The Alabama Real Estate Commission requires agents from outside the state of Alabama, whether a sales person or a broker, is required to complete a 6-hour prelicense course prior to sitting for the law-portion of the state exam. Let’s look at each class (salesperson and broker) individually.

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Alabama Reciprocal Sales Prelicense Course Description

This course includes instruction on Alabama License Law and Regulations with emphasis on RECAD. Successful completion of this coursework is required prior to taking the state portion of the license examination for real estate salespersons.

  • Ø identify the purpose of the Alabama Real Estate License Law
  • Ø describe the makeup of the Alabama Real Estate Commission and how it functions
  • Ø identify who is required to have a real estate license
  • Ø identify who is exempt from licensing requirements for:
    • · brokers’ and salespersons’ licenses
    • · nonresident licenses
    • · reciprocal licenses
    • · business licenses
  • Ø describe the provisions of the Alabama Real Estate License Law related to:
    • · cooperating with out-of-state brokers
    • · change of association with a qualifying broker
    • · form and display of licenses
    • · license renewal
    • · inactive status
    • · the recovery fund
    • · fees
  • Ø identify the provisions of the Alabama Real Estate License Law related to:
    • · violations by licensees
    • · hearings and appeals
  • Ø identify the provisions of the rules and regulations of the Alabama Real Estate Commission related to:
    • · the organization and responsibilities of the Commission
    • · licensees selling their own property
    • · duties of unlicensed clerical and office employees
    • · cooperating with out-of-state brokers
    • · prelicense education and examination requirements
    • · continuing education requirements
    • · license application
    • · temporary and original (permanent) salesperson licenses
  • Ø identify the provisions of the rules and regulations of the Alabama Real Estate Commission related to:
    • · business locations
    • · broker licenses
    • · license display
    • · termination of affiliation with a licensee
    • · change of address
    • · license renewal
    • · license transfer
    • · timeshare licenses
    • · procedures for handling trust funds
    • · estimated closing statements
    • · listing contracts
    • · written offers
    • · office inspections

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Alabama Real Estate Classes

Online Real Estate Courses Offered by Alabama Real Estate Institute

ARELLO CERTIFIED DISTANT EDUCATION COURSES PROVIDED BY AN ARELLO CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR

AL Real Estate School – Alabama Real Estate Institute, Orange Beach, AL – Online Real Estate Courses, Classroom Courses, salesperson prelicense, salesperson postlicense, broker prelicense, CE, continuing education, Out-of-State License Requirements, Reciprocal real estate license

James Anderson, School license #088010; CDEI #67309

For more detailed information about individual courses, refer to a specific type course icon listed below; which will provide additional information, prices, etc.

Simply click on a link below to register for your Online Alabama Real Estate Course of choice:

Questions?  Just give me a call or e-mail!

James Anderson
251-979-2530
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