Renewal Requirements


Post-License Education

After you obtain your Florida Real Estate License, you must complete post-licensing education prior to your license renewal date. Your license renewal date is between 18 and 24 months after you receive your initial Florida Real Estate License.

 If you have a Sales Associate license, you must complete 45 hours of post-licensing education. If you have a Broker license, you must complete 60 hours of post-licensing education.

We offer the 45 Hour Sales Associate and 60 Hour Broker Post-License Education in a format that fits your busy schedule. You can complete the education in our classroom or online. If you have any questions about when your license renewal date is or if you have yet to obtain a Florida Real Estate License, please click an option below. 

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How do I renew my license once I have completed the Real Estate Post-License Education?

Larson Educational Services will submit proof to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) that you completed our course when you have attended all 45 Hours for Sales Associates and 60 Hours for Brokers and passed your school exam. We submit your education record within 7 days after you complete the course.

90 days prior to your license renewal date (January 1 for March 31 renewals and July 1 for September 30 renewals), the DBPR will contact you by mail and email with instructions to renew your license. You can either mail in a check for $64 for Sales Associates or $72 for Brokers, or you can submit payment online by clicking the button below.

The DBPR DOES NOT accept payment before the 90 day renewal period.

Prior to your initial license renewal date, you will need to click on the link below and follow the directions to renew your license.