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GETTING STARTED
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Every two years, Agents and Brokers are required to take 15 hours of MCE courses, including legal and ethics. Sign up before you expire!

Do I need MCE or SAE?
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Determine which 9 hour elective(s) you would like to add to your required 6 hours of legal and ethics. You can choose from any MCE approved course, including any Designation!

Which Do I Choose?
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Enroll and choose your method of delivery - online, home correspondence or in the classroom. We will send all the information to TREC once you have completed your courses.

Which method should I choose?
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Select your program and get started today!

The Insider's Guide to Commercial Real Estate

Champions School of Real Estate Catalog

The Insiderís Guide to Commercial Real Estate by Cindy S. Chandler, CCIM, CRE

Here's what you will learn:

  1. Investors and Other Types of Buyers
  2. Valuation of Properties
  3. Commercial Contracts
  4. Leasing, Property Management
  5. Development, Land
  6. Due Diligence Checklist

Call our Career Counselors today to discuss how this course can help your real estate career or sign up below.

Select a Program

15-Hour Texas Real Estate MCE Program
All 15-Hours of CE needed for both Residential and Commerical agents! Classes available in Classroom or Correspondence formats! (LEARN MORE)
$99       Enroll in the Texas Real Estate MCE Program

15-Hour Texas Real Estate MCE Program

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM:

Great for both residential and commercial agents! Program includes 2014 TREC Legal and 2014 TREC Ethics courses plus one 9-hour elective of your choice to complete your 15-hour MCE requirements.

When you choose the Texas MCE program you are automatically enrolling in both TREC required 2014 Legal and Ethics courses. You also get to choose from one of these great 9-hour electives:

Included:

  • Insiders Guide to Commercial Real Estate
  • Farm and Ranch Real Estate
  • Keeping Current with Texas Real Estate
  • Prospering with Trends and Strategies
  • Real Estate Game Changers (new for 2014)
  • Real Estate Resources for the Successful Salesperson
  • Risk Reduction Assessment
  • The 3 Ts to Success in Today‚Äôs Marketplace
Individual Course - Online Textbook Available

COURSE
ENROLL (CHOOSE METHOD)
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TREC CE Policies

Online-correspondence courses not completed before the end of the month your license expires will be considered late and the licensee will be subject to late fees and penalties. All CE class credit will be reported to TREC the next business day after completion.

EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2016 - **PLEASE READ**

If the Texas Real Estate Commission's records do not show that you have completed your continuing education (CE) at the time you submit your renewal application, you must pay a $200 CE deferral fee, or renew in INACTIVE status. Paying the deferral fee will allow you to continue to be active in real estate activities and give you an additional 60 days from your expiration date to complete your CE.

24 HOUR CE RULE - **PLEASE READ**

As an online CE student, you must wait 24 hours after registration before the system will allow you to start the exam. Students will be able to download the textbook and take the homework but they must wait for the 24-hour period to expire before taking the exam.

48 HOUR SAE RULE - **PLEASE READ**

As an online SAE student, you must wait 48 hours after registration before the system will allow you to start the exam. Students will be able to download the textbook and take the homework but they must wait for the 48-hour period to expire before taking the exam.


TREC's New Online Renewal System - All renewals should be done online through the Texas Real Estate Commission's new online registration system. You can register and renew through their "My License" system at any time.
Visit the "My License" System

General Questions Regarding CE Requirements - To learn more about TREC's CE requirements and policies, please visit this CE FAQ on TREC's official website.
Visit the CE FAQ

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