Kansas Continuing Education Requirements
Kansas real estate licensees are required to complete 12 hours of approved continuing education biennially. The education must consist of 3 mandatory hours, called Kansas Required Core, and 9 elective hours.
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|Total Hours:||12||Final Exam:||Yes|
|Mandatory Hours:||3.0||Passing Score:||90%|
|Elective Hours:||9.0||Max Final Exam Attempts:||No limit|
|Mandatory Topic(s):||Kansas Core Course||Seat Timer:||No|
|Education Completed By:||See Below|
Effective January 1, 2019, KREC transitioned to a license expiration date calculation in which expiration dates for new licensees are the first day of the month two years after license issuance. For those with licenses issued prior to January 1, 2019, the expiration date is the first day of the month following their previous expiration date. If you're not sure when your license expires, please check here: License Verification
Kansas Real Estate Commission
Phone: (785) 296-3411
Non Resident Kansas Licensees:
Nonresidents must complete the Kansas mandatory hours, but may receive elective hours for courses approved by their state if:
- the course was completed after the issue date of the Kansas license;
- the course was completed within the current Kansas license renewal period; and
- the licensee submits the Individual Request Form, fee, and all required documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After completing the continuing education requirements, your license can be renewed online or by mail.
- Online: Online Licensing Services
- By Mail: Paper form