South Carolina Real Estate CE Courses Online (SC License Renewal)

Prepare for easy license renewal with convenient courses developed by industry experts. With comprehensive South Carolina real estate continuing education, meet full state requirements — all in one place.

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Online courses to renew South Carolina sales agent and broker license with Continuing Education classes through Colibri Real Estate

South Carolina Real Estate CE Course Packages

SC Salesperson & Broker License Renewal Information

Total Hours Required: 10 hrs
Renewal Cycle: 24 months
License Expiration Date: 06/30/2024
Education Cycle: 24 months
Next Education Due Date: 06/30/2024

SC Salesperson & Broker CE Course Information

Mandatory Hours: 4 hrs
Elective Hours: 6 hrs

10 total hours every 24 months

License Requirements

SC Salesperson & Broker (10 Hrs)

Why it’s for you:
  • Courses in this package meet all of your state CE requirements.
  • Take courses online at your own pace.
  • This may meet your NAR and ethics requirement for South Carolina.
What’s included:
Mandatory Hours: 4 hrs
Electives: 6 hrs

Total Hours: 10 hrs
  • 2022-2024 South Carolina Core: Disclose, Disclose, Disclose!: In this course, we will cover a variety of disclosure types – including agency relationships, material facts, environmental hazards, health risks, and personal interest in a property you are buying, selling, or renting.
  • May the Code Be With You: This course covers the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, ethical practices, and decision-making in real estate. This course may be approvable for REALTORS® interested in fulfilling NAR’s Code of Ethics requirement. To find out, check with your local REALTORS® association.
  • Implicit Bias Awareness and Cultural Competency: This course explores implicit, unconscious biases and how, by understanding them, we can interact and communicate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures.
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How to renew a Real Estate License in South Carolina

Real estate agents need to renew their licenses at regular intervals as a requirement by the South Carolina Real Estate Commission. The process of renewing your real estate license in South Carolina is fairly simple and includes the following steps:

The first step towards your South Carolina real estate license renewal is completing the required state-approved South Carolina Continuing Education course.

Once you have completed your continuing education course and course exam, you need to go to the South Carolina Real Estate Commission website and update your course completion numbers.

Lastly, you need to pay the renewal fees to complete the renewal process.


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Individual South Carolina Real Estate CE Courses

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2022-2024 South Carolina Core: Disclose, Disclose, Disclose!


The purpose of license law 40-57 is to protect the consumer when involved in a real estate transaction. In this chapter, we will look at parts of 40-57-135, which pertain to the disclosure of personal interests in real estate. You will learn about the duties you owe customers and clients, including the duty of disclosure. In particular, we will review when and how disclosure must be made if you have a personal interest in a property that you are buying, selling, or renting. 

We will continue to review the disclosure laws from 40-57 that pertain to advertising. Another important disclosure that you need to make is regarding agency relationships. It’s important to understand the different types of agency and what they mean to customers versus clients. Not only do you need to have consumers sign a Disclosure of Brokerage Relationships form, but certain types of agency also require additional forms to be completed. 

As a licensee, you have a responsibility to ensure that material facts are disclosed. According to SC statute, a seller must furnish to the buyer a written disclosure statement, and it may be delivered electronically through the Internet or other similar methods. It is important for you to understand what is considered a material fact and know your responsibilities when it comes to their disclosure.

There are many other disclosures that you must be aware of as a licensee. It is important to make sure that the parties to the transaction are aware of anything that could impact their decision to ratify the contract. This includes knowing when fees are being paid by multiple parties, multiple buyers in a transaction, or if a licensee wishes to purchase a company listing. Other disclosures that you should be aware of include environmental hazards and health risks. We will wrap up the course with a discussion about the disciplinary actio

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BIC Duties and Responsibilities

This course meets the four-hour mandatory South Carolina broker-in-charge BIC requirement for 2023 and 2024 renewals. This course focuses on the duties and responsibilities of a broker-in-charge. In addition to the general responsibilities, a broker-in-charge is accountable for the appropriate trust fund handling and creating office policy manual. This course will also discuss the key legal issues that can be present for a broker-in-charge in South Carolina.

Ethics in the Age of Disruption

This course was created and designed to train and instruct REALTORS® on the practical application of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics and fulfills the REALTOR® Triennial Ethics Requirement.
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.

Handling Multiple Offers

Multiple offers often happen in a seller’s market when competition for residential property is greatest and there are more buyers than there are properties for sale. However, it can occur in any market and especially for properties within an affordable price range.
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Implicit Bias Awareness and Cultural Competency

This course describes implicit (unconscious) biases, how they are created, and how by understanding them we can interact and communicate effectively with people of diverse backgrounds and cultures. No matter if you are new to the business or are a veteran real estate agent, your success depends on your ability to work with other people. And now those people are multifaceted, multiracial, and multicultural.
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May the Code Be With You

This continuing education course addresses the specifics of the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics and ethical practices and decision-making for real estate professionals. Additionally, this course may potentially be approvable for REALTORS® who wish to fulfill Code of Ethics requirement from the National Association of REALTORS®. Check with your local REALTORS® association.
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Taking the Distress Out of Distressed Properties

You’ll learn from experts who have prospered in their real estate careers by working with distressed property transactions. Foreclosed and short sale properties were very prevalent after the housing bubble burst, but their numbers are much lower today. Still, there are homeowners who want to consider short sales as a way to avoid foreclosure, and there are lenders that want to reduce their inventory of foreclosed properties. This real estate market is one way to expand your business while serving the needs of sellers, buyers, and lenders.

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I have taken many Real Estate courses during my career and this was one of the best ones. Language and explanations were very good. I will definitely sign up for more classes in the future.

Dawn B.

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Excellent course to learn/review the different types of homebuyers in different age groups and what their expectations are for a home. I definitely learned a lot!

Lisa O.

South Carolina


Why is real estate continuing education needed in South Carolina?

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 for your real estate license renewal in South Carolina.

How many hours of continuing education are required for South Carolina real estate license?

Below are the credit hour requirements to renew your real estate license in South Carolina:

  • Salesperson & Broker: 10 hours
  • Broker-in-Charge: 10 hours

How do I renew my real estate license in South Carolina?

Your South Carolina Real Estate license must be renewed online through the South Carolina Real Estate Commission after completing your South Carolina state-approved CE courses.

How much does it cost to renew your real estate license in South Carolina?

License renewal cost for South Carolina Salesperson & Broker license renewal:

  • Course Fee: $80
  • License Renewal Fee:
    • Salesperson – $45
    • Broker – $55
  • Late Fee: $15 per month, beginning July 1st through December 31st. After December 31st, the licensee must reapply.

License renewal cost for South Carolina Broker-in-Charge license renewal:

  • Course Fee: $80
  • License Renewal Fee: $75 per office
  • Late Fee: $15 per month, beginning July 1st through December 31st. After December 31st, the licensee must reapply.

How often do you have to renew your real estate license in South Carolina?

Here’s how often you need to renew your real estate license in South Carolina:

  • Salesperson & Broker: Every 24 months
  • Broker-in-Charge: Every 24 months

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