What are the continuing education requirements for New Hampshire real estate professionals?
Brokers and salespersons must complete 15-hours of continuing education including a 3-hour core class each renewal cycle.
When does my New Hampshire real estate license expire?
New Hampshire real estate licenses expire every two years on the anniversary of initial licensure.
How do I renew my New Hampshire real estate license?
To renew your license go https://www.app-support.nh.gov/licensing/ and follow instructions. Real Estate professionals must complete 15 hours, including 3 hours of Core, by the anniversary of licensure in two 2 year cycles.
What is the fee for renewing my New Hampshire real estate license?
- Salespersons: $90.00
- Brokers: $110.00
Where can I find New Hampshire real estate continuing education?
Visit www.realestatetraininginstitute.com and choose from the selection of state-approved courses.
Does New Hampshire have Reciprocity with other states?
The commission does not have reciprocity for continuing education but will complete individual accreditation on course approved in other states. There is a $10 fee per course review and the applicator must send a timed content online of the course and other documents.
Who Submits Completed Continued Education?
The commission requires providers to issue continuing education affidavits to the licensees, and the licensees are required to submit the affidavits to the commission with their renewal application. Real Estate Training Institute provides all your continuing education needs with printable text and certificates immediately upon course completion.