Schedule of classes & Registration Form
The CCBOR Education Committee strives to provide a wide variety of courses, including all the required classes, on a frequent and convenient schedule at a fair price. Please let us know if you have suggestions of additional topics.
Three hour classes cost:
- $25 for members of CCBOR and NCCBOR 48 or more hours in advance;
- $30 for late registration or walk-ins;
- REALTORS® from other Boards - $35 in advance, or $40 for late registration;
- Non-REALTORS® $50 in advance or $60 late registration;
- 1.5 hour classes cost half the cost of a three hour class.
Continuing Education REQUIREMENTS
Governor Larry Hogan has approved House Bill 1056 / CH0115 (SB0610). The changes will go into October 1, 2015.
Significant changes include:
- No reduction in hours for a licensee possessing a graduate degree in law
- No reduction in hours for a licensee possessing a graduate degree in real estate
- All licensees must complete 15 hours of continuing education
- Agency is required for all agents every two (2) years
- Supervision is required for all brokers, designated branch managers and teams leaders every two (2) years
All licensees are required to have 15 hours of approved CE to renew each two year period. Those hours must include:
3 hours of Topic A—Federal, State or Local Legislative Issues,
3 hours of Topic D, MD Ethics Including Flipping and Predatory Lending Practices,
3 hours of MD Agency, and
1.5 hours of Fair Housing Law.Additionally, Brokers, Branch Office Managers and Team Leaders must have the 3 hour MD REC Required Supervision class.
Attention Brokers, Branch Office Manages, and Team Leaders –
Once a licensee assumes a supervisory position as a broker, BOM, or team leader, he or she will have 90 days to complete 3 clock hours of MREC Required Supervision Course, if he or she didn’t already complete it for his/her last renewal.
If you hold a license in another state, hours may be considered toward your Maryland ELECTIVES.
To find out, email the out-of-state CE course completion certificate(s) to [email protected] at least 30 days prior to the expiration of your license. If recognized, the hours credited will be entered into your licensing record and an eNotice sent to your email address of record.
The following is a list of the various topics of approval.
Topic (a)—Federal, State or Local Legislative Issues
Topic (b)—Antitrust Law
Topic (c)—Fair Housing Law
Topic (d)—Real estate ethics or professional standards
Topic (f)—Professional Enhancement for Practicing Licensees
Topic (g)—Technology relating to real estate brokerage services
Topic (i) —Supervision
Remember, if you are late for class you do not get any CE credit nor do you get a refund.