Madatory Connecticut Continuing Education

Attention Licensees...

The Continuing Education Courses for the 2018-2020 cycle are  posted. We offer over 23 different current topics to choose from.

  • Take advantage of conveniently completing your mandatory Connecticut continuing education through our online courses at your own pace.

  • Accessible to Licensed Connecticut real estate brokers and salespeople, NREI is providing access to over 23 online continuing education subjects via our REcampus website.

  • Salespeople and brokers who have graduated from NREI LLC will get one (1) three (3) hour continuing education class free with the purchase of three (3) other continuing education classes during a one year period. 

  • No final exams.

  • All of the online courses meet the minium Continuing Education requirements as set forth by the Connecticut Real Estate Commission.


Mandatory Classes

2018-2020 Connecticut Fair Housing Part One and Part Two must be completed.  We have them set as a package or you can take Part one and Part Two seperatey. 

2018-2020 Connecticut Fair Housing Part One and Part Two Package (6 hours) 

These courses are online video classes. These mandatory courses will complete 6 hours of your 12 hours requirement. Click Here to Enroll 

Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law Review and Fair Housing Part One Online Video Course (3 hours)

 Satisfy part one of your core 2018-2020 Connecticut continuing education requirement. This three-hour online video course, created by the University of Connecticut Center for Real Estate, along with Connecticut Agency Law Review and Fair Housing Part Two, satisfies the core 2018–2020 continuing education requirement for all Connecticut real estate licensees. This course meets the minimum requirements as set forth by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection and Connecticut Real Estate Commission. Click Here to Enroll

Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law Review and Fair Housing Part Two Online Video Course ( 3 hours) 

Satisfy part two of your core 2018-2020 Connecticut continuing education requirement.This three-hour online video course, created by the University of Connecticut Center for Real Estate, along with Connecticut Agency Law Review and Fair Housing Part One, satisfies the core 2018–2020 continuing education requirement for all Connecticut real estate licensees. This course meets the minimum requirements as set forth by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection and Connecticut Real Estate Commission. Click Here to Enroll

 


Individual Classes

The following may be taken to complete the additonal 6 hours that are mandatory

All Under One Roof OnDemand course (3 hours) 

How do agents and contractors meet the changing needs of today’s clients? This course will expand your student’s vision of the “new norms” that are becoming widely visible and impacting the motivation of buyers and sellers. Click Here to Enroll

Avoiding Deceptive Practices OnDemand Course (3 hours)

This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and information you need to protect consumers, and to fulfill the disclosure and transparency requirements of federal law and regulations by avoiding business practices that can result in consumer confusion and deception. Click Here to Enroll 

Buyer Representation in Real Estate (3 hours)

This course offers a great introduction for buyer agents. In this course you will learn the legal and technical aspects of buyer representation, including such things as due diligence and fiduciary duties. Click Here to Enroll

Environmental Issues in Your Real Estate Practice (3 hours)

Environmental Issues is a general CE course intended to educate licensees on common hazards in the residential environment. Click Here to Enroll

Everyday Ethics in Real Estate (3 hours)

The fifth in a series of ethics courses, this title reflects the latest information from the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). This title meets NAR’s requirements for new members to complete ethics training and continuing members to complete biennial ethics training. Click Here to Enroll

Fair Housing  (3 hours)

This online course includes the topics pertinent to fair housing in today's real estate world. Students will understand fair housing laws by studying the Fair Housing Act, 1988 Amendments Act and beyond, fair housing in property management, fair housing in advertising, fair housing enforcement, and cultural diversity. Click Here to Enroll

Foreclosures, Short Sales, REOs, and Auctions (6 hours)

With the number of homes going into foreclosure and short sales today reaching unprecedented highs, it is increasingly important for licensees to stay current on these topics so as to remain competitive and successful in the market. Click Here to Enroll 

Identity Theft: Protecting Your Clients and Your Business (3 hours)

In this course you will learn how to respond if your personal information or your clients' information is compromised. You'll explore case studies and actual news stories to discover the methods thieves use to steal identities and what "red flags" you should watch for. Click Here to Enroll

Introduction to Commercial Real Estate Sales (3 hours) 

This popular continuing education elective provides a comprehensive introduction to the potentially lucrative field of commercial real estate. In this course you will learn how to realize the investment opportunity for various categories of commercial property, including office, retail, industrial, and multi-unit residential. Click Here to Enroll

Investment Property Practice and Management (6 hours)

This popular course provides an up-to-date introduction to property management with a practical focus on how to comply with regulations and avoid liability, as well asa comprehensive introduction to the potentially lucrative field of commercial real estate. Click Here to Enroll

Liars, Cheaters, and Thieves: Averting Client Catastrophe (3 hours)

This course illuminates the issues that create problems in real estate transactions. You will learn to identify what constitutes negligence, and when it is the “F-word”: fraud. You’ll sharpen your understanding of what happens when a client makes a Breach of Contract claim, and how to avoid misleading statements that can have disastrous ramifications for you, your client, and your business. Click Here to Enroll

Millennials: Challenging the Traditional Real Estate Model (3 hours)

This course will take you beyond the newspaper headlines to illustrate how the former driving factors of real estate no longer apply, as millennial buyers outpace baby boomers (previously the largest real estate buyer group). You will learn how millennials. today's largest real estate market, buy, sell, rent, strategize, and communicate. Learn how you can better serve this new leading population of clients.Click Here to Enroll

Property Management and Managing Risk (3 hours) 

This popular title provides an up-to-date introduction to property management with a practical focus on how to comply with regulations and avoid liability. Click Here to Enroll

Real Estate Finance Today (3 hours) 

In a changing financial landscape with new real estate reporting requirements, the latest version of Real Estate Finance Today offers an invaluable resource for real estate professionals practicing in several different fields Click Here to Enroll 

Red Flags: Property Inspection Guide (3 hours)

Recent legislation has directed you with the responsibility of inspecting properties for "red flags" – especially an extreme issue such as asbestos or mold. Brokers and agents who understand and comply with their state's disclosure laws stand a better chance of avoiding legal liability or a sale falling through. Click Here to Enroll

Risk Managment (3 hours)

This course provides the essentials on risk management that every sales professional must know to avoid legal problems and provides an action plan for minimizing liability. What’s the difference between active fraud and negligence? What’s the nitty-gritty on dual agency? What are reasonable accommodations, and who determines when they’re required? Click Here to Enroll

Scams, Scoundrels, and Real Estate Stings (3 hours)

This course takes you, one crime at a time, on the journey of sleuthing the facts, recognizing who is liable, assessing the consequences, and revealing the resources that will help you avoid the dark side of the industry today. Click Here to Enroll 

The Tiny House: Is it a Phase or Craze? (3 hours) 

Witness this emerging market segment as you learn about the new world of tiny house living. In The Tiny House: Is it a Phase or Craze?, you’ll learn the origin of the tiny house, different types of tiny houses, the structural elements, costs and considerations, valuation of property, and when a tiny house is considered real property. Click Here to Enroll

Understanding 1031 Tax-Free Exchanges (3 hours)

The exchange of certain types of property may defer the recognition of capital gains or losses due upon sale, and hence defer any capital gains taxes otherwise due. This CE course explores the history, evolution, rules, and forms of the strategy used to defer tax liability until a later date; it includes real‐life calculation examples. Click Here to Enroll

Understanding Credit and Improving Credit Scores: What You Need to Know (3 hours)

Add value to your clients and expand your client base by serving the large population of individuals with tarnished credit. You will learn strategies that you can immediately share with your clients to help them improve their credit scores and get approved for a mortgage. In this course you will explore credit scores, credit reports, and credit bureaus. Click Here to Enroll