Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Continuing Education

WRA CE: your top choice in commercial real estate continuing education.

As the leading expert in Wisconsin real estate practice, the WRA is your top choice for commercial real estate education. The WRA offers two formats of CE to help buzz you through the process. The WRA's commercial CE provides you with relevant commercial-related practice information while you meet CE requirements. 

To maintain real estate licenses in the state of Wisconsin, real estate licensees must complete 18 hours of continuing education (CE) every two years. The 18 hours must include completion of three hours for each of the six required course topics listed below. Starting with the 2019-20 CE biennium, there are no longer elective courses as part of the 18 required hours as there were during previous biennia.

2019-20 CE courses

Mandatory courses (all six required)

Course 1: Wisconsin Listing Contracts
Course 2: Wisconsin Offers to Purchase
Course 3: Wisconsin New Developments
Course 4: Wisconsin Real Estate Ethics and Consumer Protection
Course 5: Wisconsin Real Estate Law and Practice
Course 6: Wisconsin Real Estate Transactions

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Additional information

Inactive Wisconsin license: If your license is currently inactive and has been inactive for less than five years, you need to complete the previous biennium CE and pay the license fee and late fee to renew your license. Further questions can be directed to the DSPS at dsps.wi.gov.

CE exemption rule changes: All licensees are required to complete the 18 credit hours of CE, including for the biennium during which they were licensed. Thus, newly licensed individuals are not exempt from CE during the biennium they first receive their license. See Wis. Admin. Code § REEB 25: Education. However, one individual is exempt: a salesperson who receives a license after October 1 of the even year of the biennium is not required to complete CE for that biennium. Brokers do not receive any exemption. This requirement applies for the 2015-16 biennium and moving forward. 
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