To register, you must have an account. You can sign up for an account following the steps below.
1. Sign up for an account here.
2. Purchase your course. Everything you need is in the course i.e., materials (printable), course exam, affidavit (printable), and your certificate (printable). You have 120 days to complete the course.
3. Take the course Final Exam and receive instant grading.
You need a 75% or better. You may take the test as often as is necessary to achieve the score.
Once you achieve the passing score you will have completed the course. Your certificate will be available for printing and it will alert us to submit your credits to DPOR/VREB.
4. Print your Course Completion Certificate, and have the Exam Certification and Affidavit notarized and keep with your certificate. DO NOT SEND TO US.
Don’t forget to pay your license renewal fee to: https://www.dpor.virginia.gov/Boards/Guest_Renewal_Payment
Continuing Education Requirements found here: https://dpor.virginia.gov/Continuing_Education/
More information on CE requirements can be found on our FAQs page and at dpor.virginia.gov/Continuing_Education.
2 Hour Current Industry Trends (PL ONLY)
This course covers current industry trends such as the best ways to price a property in a seller’s market, short sale transactions and licensee’s safety measures.
2 Hour Fair Housing Law
This course defines and describes the principal forms of illegal discrimination and how fair housing violations are enforced. It identifies what parties are exempt from the fair housing prohibitions and summarizes the key provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
2 Hour Real Estate Finance
This course describes the mechanics of a mortgage loan including the components of a loan, qualification and the loan closing process. It summarizes the various finance related laws. It describes the primary and secondary mortgage markets and the roles of FNMA, GNMA, and FHLMC, the types of loans available and the role TILA/RESPA play in financial advertising.
3 Hour Agency Law
This course describes the various forms of agency relationship allowed by Virginia law, and how each relationship varies in form and duties. It also will summarize relationship disclosure requirements by type of relationship imposed.
3 Hour Ethics and Standards of Conduct
This course reviews the National Association’s Code of Ethics and the overriding thesis of the Pathway to Professionalism. It will explain the duties a REALTOR® owes to other REALTORS®, their clients and the public. It will also identify the penalties for violating the Code of Ethics.
3 Hour Escrow Requirements
This course characterizes salient regulations governing the operation of brokerage companies, including those relating to branches, escrow procedures, recordkeeping, and trade names. It also discusses the closing process from start to finish.
3 Hour Risk Management
This course will discuss the potential risks of misrepresenting clients. It will identify numerous ways to capitalize on risk reduction via the adoption of key risk management strategies as well as the various insurance options for the property owners, managers and licensees. It also defines and summarizes the principal forms of antitrust legislation, including The Sherman Antitrust Act and Clayton Antitrust Act.
6 Hour Contract Writing
This course discusses the essentials of contract law including validity criteria, electronic contracting, and enforceability. It will identify the contract process, the primary and secondary contract provisions, along with the required disclosures. There is a review of the leasing contract and the varying lease types.
6 Hour Real Estate Laws and Regulations
This course characterizes the most essential aspects of Virginia real estate licensure, including regulatory entities, types of licenses and what activities require licensure. It summarizes the local Virginia statutes pertaining to real estate and the various non-relationship disclosures that licensees and/or sellers must conduct in a timely fashion, including those relating to property condition, the environment, material facts, and homeowners’ associations.