You can complete your real estate license renewal online through the web portal. This service is available on a 24/7 basis in the 45 days leading up to your license expiration. You can also submit a real estate license renewal application in person at the commission’s office, by mail, or by fax.
How do I renew my expired real estate license?
Like on-time renewals, late renewals can be done by mail or online through the Department of Real Estate’s eLicensing system. Individuals who hold a conditionally suspended salesperson license are NOT permitted to renew their licenses on a late basis.
Does a Realtor license expire?
However, a real estate license is by no means permanent. Real estate departments in every state require that licensees continuously renew their licenses, and impose additional requirements—namely, real estate continuing education courses—in order for professionals to stay licensed.
How do I reactivate my real estate license in Texas?
If you renew your license from 6 months to 2 years after your renewal date, you must apply to reinstate your license. You can do this by submitting a Reinstatement of Real Estate Sales Agent License or Broker License by Individual form and paying the required $190 renewal fee.
Do real estate courses expire in Texas?
Once you have earned your Real Estate license, you will need to renew every two years by completing additional Continuing Education classes and paying a renewal fee to the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).
How many times can you retake the Texas real estate exam?
TREC allows up to 3 attempts to pass both the national and state law portions of the exam. If you fail one portion of the exam, you are only required to retake the portion you did not pass. You simply have to reschedule your exam through Pearson VUE and pay the $54 exam fee.
Is the real estate exam hard?
Real estate exams are designed to be difficult to pass, so they can weed out people who are not going to be skilled agents. Though the pass rate varies based on the state exam, they hover around 50% across the country. This means only about half of the people who take a state licensing exam pass.