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We have 18 hours required every two years....and usually take them all at once the second year...this is our "off year" and we are always taking classes but not necessarily that are CE credit.
None that qualified for CE yet. I take what is beneficial, and much is not CE approved.
Katina Hargrove 352-55...
8 hours -- 4 required for my Broker-in-Charge license and 4 elective. Done for 2015/16.
John McCormack, CRS
45 - all 3 jurisdictions were due this year. Our continuing ed is not relevant.
6 but next year they are moving it up to 9.
Completed the requirements for the next cycle in Florida ( 14 hours ) and will begin Illinois shortly. Also attend webinars and seminars when possibl
I think we have had about 16 hours in April.
24 this year
Zero I have been so busy. My CE is due by next April and I will do it in early 2016.
Non so far, but I have 3 to complete by 12/31. Free ones from via our state association. I am a bad boy and will generally wait for my 4 year license renewal (I think it is 4 years) and cram it all in at the last minute.
I got 30 mandatory hours in this year! I will not delay again.....!!!!!
John McCormack, CRS
I still need to take some for my Hawaii broker's license. Between the required for Hawaii and California, that's quite a bit for me.
2015 was my year for the 14 hr con ed. In 2016 I plan on getting more certifications so it will be a lot more.
12 hours. thats the requirement in Louisiana.
Good Wednesday morning Debbie. I've had 16 on my way to 32.
I have not yet added them up but I know I have enough for my various requirements.
Good morning Debbie,
15 hours out of 14 required, it is nice to get it completed. I am done unless something worthwhile becomes available.
Debbie - I enjoy learning new things, and staying updated with real estate trends as well. I haven't gone to as many CE hours this year as I have wanted.
Good morning Debbie. I am at 16 so fare and 4 more hours to go.
Debbie Reynolds wow - 25 hours this year!
Our board requires 12 hours every two years - and I did only 8 so far.
I have not been counting, but I am sure it is more than required.
Too many. Since I had to renew my license and also picked up Green designation( =18 hours).
Too many to count! I have licenses in three jurisdictions, and there is very little overlap.
I'm like you, Debbie. I enjoy the classes. I haven't added up my hours. I'm probably about 20 to 25 hours.
I think it was 24 here, but they just doubled that for new licensees.
15 required and I have 25 and have until end of june
15 hours this year!
none...zero.... nada....I'll take all 12 hours online the day before I need it.
None. At least none that give me credits.
In the process of knocking out my 12 for the year as I type : )
If our continuing education could be chosen by us, I would take as much as I could - since it's the same old stuff year in & year out, I just try to get through as quickly as I can
Debbie, I have 25 or so. More than the state requires. There are some valuable classes out there.
I haven't counted the hours, but they've all been fun courses I've wanted to attend. Nothing mandatory. I get that through my school.
I haven't taken any for credit this year. When it's time for license renewal, I typically take online courses.
Probably about 30 or so, I'd have to check. I did renew in May so it could have been a lot more. I also am an instructor so even thou that doesn't count for credit it sure feels like it to me!!
None this year - but have taken all the CIPS courses - just considering whether to pull the trigger on the designation - part of our December planning discussion.
Only 17 hours, which is pretty low for me. I love classes, but business has been much busier this year, with less time to attend.
None this year, have to finish my 14hr CE by the end of March.
Debbie Reynolds None so far. I'm waiting for the class where they have incorporated a mandatory State update. It should be done any time now and I will sign up. My CE is due by the end of March.
I just renewed my license in July and now I'm working on my brokers continuing education since August, so I'm in an unusual year, well over 60 hours under the circumstances. This is not my normal as I'd typically be around 10-25 hours by December each year.
Debbie Reynolds - I consider myself somewhat of a life-long learning maniac, so I've taken 150 hours of educational training this year. As a real estate appraiser and tax policy consultant I'm blessed to be working in areas that are always changing.
I have completed 9 hours of CE classes this year. I have until August to meet the state requirements. I did not renew my Virginia license and that reduced my requirements.
I have not had any this year.
So far 15 hours and 7 1/2 by March 2017!
24 for the year
22.5 is our requirement and we both took them on-line this year. Don't take any extra as our time is so limited...
I just completed 15 hours this year, it was what is required. There was a couple of additional courses i liked, but will take next year so i can count them towards my next renewal.
I usually try to take more than the required 14 hrs. I enjoy learning and staying on top of changes in the industry.
I don't have to do CE any more, but I have about 54 Udemy courses (on a variety of subjects) in que! I buy them when they are on sale and watch them as I have time.
We do 45 hr for license CE before license renewal