PLEASE NOTE: All NEW Real Estate Agents (licensed July 1, 2007 - present) are required to take the 12 Hour New Agent Course in order to renew their license. We do not have this course.
We provide the following renewal information as a courtesy and it may change at any time. It is the individual licensee's responsibility to be sure that he or she meets the requirements for his or her own particular license renewal circumstance(s).

  • Total Hours: 18
  • Mandatory/Core: 9
  • Elective: 9
  • Renewal Cycle: 2 years

18 credit hours every 24 months. Minimum 9 hours of the 18 must be core topic(s). Our 18-credit renewal package contains all necessary courses and topics to renew your license.

Our real estate school approval can be verified on the Utah Division's website by navigating to: http://realestate.utah.gov/realestate/index.html. Select, "Core Education Courses" listed under the blue heading, "Education" in the top left side of the screen. The page will display an alphabetical listing of approved education providers.

All renewal requirements, including any applicable continuing education hours must be met as a prerequisite to license renewal. New Sales Agents must complete the 12 hour New Agent Course prior to their first renewal.

Continuing education courses must be completed by the 15th of the month of the license expiration to ensure an on-time renewal. CE hours must be recorded in your individual RELMS account in order to complete license renewal (RELMS is available on the Utah Division of Real Estate webpage: www.realestate.utah.gov ). You can view your CE hours in your RELMS account. Renew your license(s) online in your individual Real Estate License Management System (RELMS) account before your license expiration deadline. This can only be done after you’ve completed your continuing education courses and notice of their completions have been sent to Pearson Vue/the Utah Division of Real estate.

Go to www.realestate.utah.gov and select the “Real Estate” tab. Under Online Services select “Login to RELMS.” Once in RELMS select “Renew License.”

Follow the online instructions. At the end of the online process, you will be able to print out a valid license certificate, which will include a receipt of payment.

You have not completed the license renewal process if you are not provided with the ability to print your license.

For information regarding expired license late fees and additional continuing education requirements please refer to the frequently asked questions displayed here: https://realestate.utah.gov/realestate/renewal.html

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Receiving Credit for Completed Courses

We submit notice of completed courses to the Utah Division of Real Estate 3 times a week. You will receive an email verifying course completion and notification of submission to the Division after you’ve completed each course. The Division posts completion to rosters 2-3 days after receiving notice. We keep records of all course completions for no less than 7 years.

Regulation of Online CE Courses

The Division requires that online providers incorporate timers to help ensure that it takes the same amount of time to go through courses as the number of hours for which they are certified. For this reason we have incorporated a timing mechanism to ensure that a minimum seat time is spent in each course (equal to 50 minutes per credit hour). For example, a 3-hour course will be open and active for no less than 150 minutes.

UT Approved School

We are a Utah approved real estate school offering flexible online UT real estate continuing education courses. Our Utah real estate license renewal courses can be taken anytime day or night.

Registered at the Division under our official sponsor company name CBT Alliance (provider# 7509206-CEP0).

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