Connecticut Real Estate Continuing Education Online Courses
Prepare for real estate license renewal with convenient courses developed by industry experts. With comprehensive Connecticut real estate CE, meet full state requirements — all in one place.
Connecticut Real Estate CE Packages
CT Salesperson CE Requirements
What You Need To Renew
CT Broker CE Requirements
What You Need To Renew
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2022-2024 Connecticut Real Estate Agency Law
For the 2022-2024 CE cycle for CT real estate licensees, this course meets the requirement for three classroom hours of study in current real estate and fair housing legislation and licensing laws and regulations. Specifically, this course covers the following topics with a focus on state-specific law, regulation, and policy: CE requirements, agency, use of escalation clause and love letter, audio and video surveillance, broker licensing, real estate teams, and advertising.
- Review CT continuing education requirements for real estate licensees.
- Improve your understanding of agency relationships in CT, including agency types, disclosure, agreements, and fiduciary duties.
- Identify possible advantages and disadvantages of an escalation clause and love letter to strengthen a buyer’s offer.
- Identify when and how a seller can use audio and video surveillance in compliance with CT law.
- Learn how to lawfully create and name a CT real estate team.
- Review advertising requirements and prohibitions for CT real estate teams and licensees.
A New Look at Contract Law
- Take a unique look at contracts including their history, evolution and definitions
- Learn how to create a valid contract and the proper format
- Gain insights on contract types and Statute of Frauds
- Learn how to recognize a breach of contract
- Gain confidence teaching buyers about the buying process
- Learn to show buyers how to get their finances to purchase a home
- Know how to help buyers systematically search for a home in in their current market
- Understand how to teach buyers how to negotiate like a pro
Ethics in the Age of Disruption
Every three years, the National Association of REALTORS® requires members to complete a REALTOR® Code of Ethics course in order to remain in good standing with their local, state, and national associations.
Finding Your Focus: Niche Marketing for Real Estate
- Uncover processes for thinking strategically about developing a real estate specialty
- Explore different real estate niches and their potential opportunities
- Identify strategies for marketing your niche
Going Green: Elements of an Eco-friendly Home
- Learn how homebuyers can reduce their environmental footprint
- Examine the costs of sustainable materials
- Explore pros and cons to eco-friendly materials and homes
Helping Clients Understand Real Estate Financing
This course will cover a brief history of the mortgage industry and introduce the players. We will discuss financing, security instruments, and legal clauses commonly included in these instruments. We’ll look at various loan types, including government-backed mortgage programs and discuss mortgage fraud and predatory lending. Finally, we will examine the loan process, qualifying standards for borrowers, and mortgage laws.
Implicit Bias Awareness and Cultural Competency
May the Code Be With You
Real Estate Investing: Beyond the Basics
- Learn how to use an investment property worksheet to analyze a property
- Explore how to determine a property’s investment value quickly and effectively
- Uncover the ins and outs of the passive loss rules
- Examine how to maximize the tax-savings benefits of depreciation through a bifurcation strategy
Real Estate Safety: Protect Yourself and Your Clients
- Explore tips for protecting yourself and your clients
- Identify safety tips for getting a client’s home ready to sell
- Learn how to conduct safe showings
Taking the Distress Out of Distressed Properties
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What is real estate continuing education?
Continuing Education or CE courses are required for retaining and renewing your real estate license. Colibri offers a range of accredited real estate CE courses and classes in Connecticut.
What are the continuing education requirements for real estate in Connecticut?
Connecticut does not require post-licensing.
How many hours of continuing education are required for Connecticut real estate license?
You are required to complete 12 hours of continuing education by your education renewal deadline for your license in Connecticut.