Kansas Real Estate Continuing Education Courses
Need a convenient way to knock out some of your Kansas Continuing Education requirements? It's hassle-free with AgentCampus by 360training. Our courses are Kansas-approved, 100% online, and self-paced. Choose from almost a dozen approved electives! Start today.
Our KREC School Code is ED0055.
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1031 Real Estate Exchanges
Understand tax deferment on the exchange of like-kind income-producing properties.
Explore the process for maximizing returns on real property investments.
An overview of deeds and legally enforceable contracts for real state professionals.
Estimating the Gross Living Area
Learn to employ the calculation and measurement of square footage.
Understand the basic requirements of property inspection and responsibilities.
Liens, Taxes and Foreclosures
Learn about debts that attach to real estate and the issues that may result.
Real Estate Appraisal
Understand the activities and ethics of real estate appraisal.
Real Estate Math
Get comfortable with area calculations, proration, commission rates, and more.
Real Property Ownership & Land Use
Learn the ins and outs of real property ownership, land use theory, and more.
Titles and Records
Understand the procedures for legally documenting property ownership.
Complete Kansas Continuing Education Coursework Online
Every 2 years, the Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC) requires you to renew your real estate license with 12 hours of continuing education.
Our continuing education courses are accepted in Kansas and delivered online – you can take them at your own pace, on your own schedule.
Meet Real Estate CE Requirements with Courses that Interest You
KREC's continuing education requirements include:
- 3-hour mandatory course called Kansas Required Core
- 9 hours of approved electives
Changes to Core Course Requirement:
Effective July 1, 2020, all licensees are required to complete 12 hours of CE every two years consisting of at least three mandatory hours, titled Kansas Required Core, and nine elective hours. The Kansas Required Core replaces the salesperson/broker core. After the effective date, an existing salesperson/broker core completed before July 1 transfers to the Kansas Required Core. An existing broker core completed before July 1 will transfer to elective credit. Brokers who renew after July 1, 2020 will not need to complete the broker core, only the Kansas Required Core and elective hours.
Get Your Credits On Time
After completing each CE course, we'll report your credits to KREC. You'll also get a certificate of completion for safekeeping.
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What You Get
Certificate of completion
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Kansas real estate license
At your own pace, save progress as you go
12 hours every 2 years
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Kansas Real Estate Commission (KREC)
Phone: (785) 296-3411
Fax: (785) 296-1771
Website URL: https://www.krec.ks.gov/
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 700 SW Jackson Street, Suite 404
You can find us on KREC's website. Our KREC School Code is ED0055.
Can I renew my Kansas real estate license without my continuing education?
According to KREC's website, if you can't complete your hours by the expiration, you can renew in "inactive" status or you can renew late once you get your hours done.
Either way, you must stop performing licensed activities until you have a valid and active license again.
What does the "Required Broker Core" course include?
The "Required Broker Core" course covers one or more of the following topics:
- Procedure Manuals
- Trust Accounts
- Management, including all facets of supervising a real estate company
- Common violations of the license act and BRRETA
- Commercial Sales and leasing issues
- Farm and ranch issues
If you take this course as a salesperson, it can only fulfill elective credit, even if you earn a broker's license shortly thereafter.