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Required continuing education to renew a real estate license:

17899 State Highway 19
Canton, Texas 75103
1-800-522-8835 or 1-888-333-3735

Capital Real Estate Training Center is now a division of Continuing Education for Licensing, Inc. (CELI)




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3-23-2015 Notice:  TREC's Versa System is not updating education that is posted by schools within 24 hours; therefore, we at CRETC are faxing/emailing documents to the TREC for their staff to post to avoid any further delays. 

Our students are important to us and being proactive towards our students obtaining and get their education posted to TREC is our top propriety.  TREC emails licensees their Texas Real Estate License Renewal Notices 3-months (90 days) in advance of the licensee's license expiration date.  Under the new rules set forth by TREC, the CE education must be posted to the licensee's records at the time they elect to pay their renewal fee. Failure to have the education posted to the license record at the time electing to pay the renewal fee will result in paying the non-refundable $200 CE Deferral fee.

Sales Agents and Brokers filing a late application:
My license has been expired for less than 6 months. What do I need to do to become licensed again? A sales agent whose license has been expired not more than 6 months, who files an application to late renew on active status must pay the applicable renewal fee, have the CE hours completed, and file the Renewal of Real Estate License - Timely Or Expired Less Than Six Months application. If the CE hours have been completed by the license expiration date, no additional fee will be due. If the hours are completed within 60 days of the license expiration date, a $200 CE deferral fee will be required. If the hours are completed between 61 to 180 days of the license expiration date, the deferral fee and late reporting fee (total $450) will be required. The late CE fees cannot be paid online. The fees must be postmarked, by the post office, and mailed to TREC's mailing address. (TREC, 2015 FAQ

Processing Credits to TREC:  The Commission (TREC) does not allow online and correspondence providers to post the student's credit until 24 hours after the student completes the course(s).  Then the Commission's (TREC) Versa system must generate overnight for the credit to be posted to the licensee's record, therefore; to avoid electing to pay the $200 fee CE Deferral fee.  Because the TREC Versa system does not update in "real-time" taking education at the last minute may result in the licensee having to pay the $200 CE Deferral fee to renew at the end-of-the-month.

A licensee may take their CE education anytime during their two-year license term.  Save $200 dollars by taking your CE Education early.

Correspondence Courses remain your choice of education!

Are you looking to gain a Designation or other Certificates online?

Click the course name below to order your online course package today!

ABR - Accredited Buyers Representative
Military Relocation Professional Certification (MRP) - See more at:
MRP - Military Relocation Professional
SRES - Senior Real Estate Specialist
CRS - Council of Residential Specialist
e-Pro Certification
Property Hazards Disclosure: Hazards Affecting Properties You Market - See more at:
At Home With Diversity
Resort and Second Home Market Course
BPO's: The Agents Role in the Valuation Process
Property Hazards Disclosure: Hazards Affecting Properties You Market

*Please confirm expiration dates and refund policies with the specific third party providers.  As these may differ from those of Capital Real Estate Training Center.

Consumer Alert

We have found several websites selling cheap real estate classes and with the claim you can complete 180 hours in less than one day.  These are NOT TREC approved schools.  Capital Real Estate Training Center is both a licensed TREC proprietary school (543) and a TREC MCE provider (#0052).                

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