Risky Business: Protecting Your License and Brokerage


Online Self-Paced Course

Real estate can be a risky business. Licensees assist the public in what is likely to be the largest transaction of their lives. Emotions can run high, and there are a lot of details to keep track of. In a regulated industry such as real estate, there are specific laws and regulations in place that, if followed, mitigate the risks of doing business. It’s equally important to avoid any activities that, while not specifically illegal or unethical, give the appearance of impropriety. Real estate licensees are, therefore, expected to maintain high standards of professional conduct in their dealings with all parties to a real estate transaction. This course presents some of the issues that can put a real estate licensee and a brokerage business at risk, and it provides sound advice on ways to avoid it.

New Jersey Real Estate Continuing Education

Total 12 Hours Required every 24 Months:

  • 6 Hours of Core Topics, with at least two hours of Ethics
  • 6 Hours of Electives

Completion Information:

Final Exams: New Jersey does not require final exams.

Course Certificate:

You will receive your course certificate immediately upon course completion. Print your certificate of completion and retain this certificate for your records. Your hours will be submitted to the continuing education service provider for the New Jersey Real Estate Commission.

Expiration Date of Course: Course expiration dates vary by course, but are generally 180 days from the date of purchase. Each course has an individual expiration date, which is listed in our student dashboard.

State Agency

New Jersey Real Estate Commission
20 West State Street
Trenton, NJ 08625
Phone: 609-292-7272
Fax: 609-292-0944
Website: http://www.state.nj.us/dobi/remnu.shtml

Note: All information provided is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented; however errors may exist. Licensees are directed to recheck facts when considering their License renewal with the governing state agency.


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