The next broker license renewal period deadline is April 30, 2020.
Have questions? Review our After Renewal FAQs.
When were you licensed?
- Between Feb. 1, 2018 and Jan. 31, 2020 – 30 hours Post-License required
- Prior to Feb. 1, 2018 – 12 hours CE required
- After Feb. 1, 2020 – No renewal requirement
Education requirements for broker license renewal are based upon the date you were first licensed as a broker in Illinois. If you do not remember your original license date, use IDFPR’s Online License Lookup.
The required 30 hours of broker post-license courses for brokers licensed between February 1, 2018 and January 31, 2020 include Broker Post-License Topics (15 hours) and Broker Post-License Applied Real Estate Practices (15 hours).
30-hour online broker POST-License package
15-hour online broker POST-License course
15-hour broker Post-License Webinar
The required 12 hours of CE for brokers licensed prior to February 1, 2018 must include 3 hours Core A, 3 hours Core B, and a maximum of 6 hours Elective. If you’re unsure how many CE hours you have taken, you may look up courses taken through Illinois REALTORS® using our CE Lookup. Only Illinois REALTORS® courses will show up in this search. Keeping track of your continuing education hours is a service we provide to our students.
Broker CE courses (prices subject to change):
12-hour online CE package
3-hour online CE courses
You do not need to renew their license in 2020. No CE is required during this renewal cycle. You will need to complete 30 hours of Broker post-license coursework by the next renewal cycle deadline of April 30, 2022.