Renewing Your License

Licenses are issued for a four-year period and should be renewed prior to the expiration date listed on the license. As a reminder, the CalBRE mails a renewal reminder letter to the licensee's mailing address of record approximately 60 days prior to the license expiration date. The reminder letter is sent as a courtesy only and non-receipt of the letter does not relieve the licensee from the responsibility of renewing the license.

How to Renew Your License

The secure eLicensing online system offers expedited processing of salesperson and broker license renewals any time or day of the week. eLicensing is easy to use, paperless and interactive. Licensees enter information needed for license renewal into eLicensing, including the course number and completion date of continuing education courses taken. Continuing education requirements must be completely satisfied in order to renew through eLicensing. Acceptable methods of payment include VISA, MasterCard, and American Express credit cards or debit cards bearing a VISA or MasterCard logo. Note: The eLicensing system may not be used to renew Corporation Officer licenses.

Licenses may also be renewed by completing and submitting all of the items listed below:

On-Time Renewals

You may use eLicensing or submit your renewal application 90 days prior to your license expiration date. Your renewal is on-time if your eLicensing transaction is completed or your application is postmarked before midnight on your license expiration date. If you renew on-time, Business and Professions Code Section 10156.2 permits you to continue operating under your existing license after its expiration date unless notified otherwise by the CalBRE.

Late Renewals

If you fail to renew your license on-time (prior to your license expiration date), you may renew your license during the two year late renewal period immediately following your license expiration date. However, you cannot perform activities requiring a real estate license until your license has been renewed.

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