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DUAL LICENSE WISCONSIN AND MINNESOTA

REAL ESTATE CONTINUING EDUCATION

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Quality CE homegrown in Wisconsin. Trusted since 1909.

Wisconsin and Minnesota
DUAL LICENSE WI AND MN
Watch and read plus online exam.
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This course is completely online and includes videos, reading and quizzes, and will qualify for three hours of credit for both Wisconsin and Minnesota CE.
PRICE PER COURSE
Member $32
Nonmember $40
Live Classroom
LIVE COURSES
Live classroom instruction.
Learn in a classroom environment with face-to-face instruction and networking with colleagues. Most live CE qualifies for Minnesota credit. Commercial and DVD classroom offerings do not qualify.
    PRICE PER COURSE
    As low as $27* per course
    CE Requirements
    CE REQUIREMENTS
    Minnesota licensees.
    Approved 2019-20 CE formats qualify for 3 hours of credit per course for both Minnesota and Wisconsin licenses.

    Per the Minnesota Department of Commerce, no more than eight credit hours of CE may be taken within a 24-hour period.

    Minnesota licensees may only obtain credit once during a single licensing period for any particular CE course. This includes CE courses of the same title and biennium that may be released in a second, revised version during the same biennium. Minnesota licensees may not receive credit for both a pre- and post-revision version of the same course.

    For more information about Minnesota license requirements, visit the Minnesota Department of Commerce website.
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    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 3 hours for each of the 6 required course topics listed below. There are no longer elective courses as part of the 18 required hours. 2019-20 CE 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 (includes the NAR Code of Ethics)
    • Course 5: Wisconsin Real Estate Law and Practice
    • Course 6: Wisconsin Real Estate Transactions
    No, taking your CE is not enough to renew your license. To maintain your license, you must complete the required CE and renew your license with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) every two years by December 14th of the even-numbered year. The DSPS typically opens up the online renewal process in the last 1-2 months of the biennium (i.e. October 2020).
    No. Renewing your license is a separate process from renewing your REALTOR¬ģ membership. Your renew your license with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS), a separate entity from your local REALTORS¬ģ association. The WRA cannot renew your real estate license for you.
    Most new licensees need to complete CE. Newly licensed salespersons who receive a license after October 1 of the even year of the biennium are not required to complete CE for that biennium. However, all new broker licensees must complete CE. For full details, see Wis. Admin. Code § REEB 25: Education.
    If your license is inactive and has been inactive for less than five years and you wish to renew your license, you must (1) complete the previous biennium of CE, (2) pay the license fee, and (3) pay the late fee. Licensees who do not have an active license cannot practice real estate per Wis. Stat. § 452.12(5)(b) until the license is renewed.

    Lifelong learning is the key to success, and strong education is built upon a legacy of knowledge. The WRA has been a leading expert in Wisconsin real estate for over 110 years and is committed to the success of REALTORS¬ģ and the real estate industry. Here are several reasons why students look to the WRA for their CE:

    • Designed in Wisconsin for Wisconsin licensees.
    • Trusted in real estate since 1909.
    • Courses delivered by attorney-level instructors.
    • Flexibility to choose from different learning formats.
    • Active in development of Wisconsin real estate forms.
    • Expert on Wisconsin rules and regulations.
    • Year-round educational opportunities beyond CE.
    • The WRA is the largest real estate organization in Wisconsin
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    REAL ESTATE ACROSS STATE LINES
    If you practice real estate in both Wisconsin and Minnesota, you can earn CE credit in both states with the WRA's Dual License Wisconsin and Minnesota course.
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