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Continuing Education

Real Estate CE Courses

Learn from Colorado Experts

Our courses are unlike anything offered in the industry. These video-based presentations feature Colorado real estate experts teaching Colorado subjects tailored to Colorado brokers.

We have partnered with some of the State’s foremost attorneys, public officials, practicing real estate professionals, and members of the State committees that create our contracts and the Annual Commission Update to bring you the most authoritative voices in real estate education.

Colorado Real Estate School offers continuing education classes in an advanced video format. The ability to pause, stop and repeat accommodates your personal learning style.  Generous access allows you time to learn on your schedule.

2023 Annual Commission Update

Attorney Damian Cox
4 CE credits (mandatory yearly)
$34.00

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Elective Continuing Education Courses

Redline Contract Changes (2023)

Brieonna Aljets
2 elective CE hours
$25.00

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Manufactured Homes - Contracts and Rules

Attorney Damian Cox
3 elective CE hours
$29.00

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Diapers in the Pool - Practical Approaches to Comply With Housing for Brokers and HOAs

Attorney Suzanne Leff
3 CE credit hours
$29.00

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Broker Trust Accounting - How to Keep the Trust in your Trust Accounts

Attorney Jordan May
3 CE credit hours
$29.00

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Corresponding Forms to the CREC Contracts

Brieonna Aljets
3 CE credit hours
$29.00

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Environmental Law

Attorney Scott Clark
3 CE credit hours
$29.00

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Building a Compliant Team

Keith Alba
2 CE credit hours
$25.00

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Ins and Outs of Listing Contracts

Randy Hay
2 CE credit hours
$25.00

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Colorado Mountain Contracts

Brieonna Aljets
3 CE credit hours
$29.00

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Continuing Education Requirements

The Division of Real Estate requires all active and inactive real estate agents to complete 24 credit hours of continuing education in a three year period. Twelve of those hours are elective credits that can be taken at any time in the three year period. The other 12 hours are in the form of the Annual Commission Update (ACU) class. Each ACU is a four hour course that must be completed in that calendar year.