Training & Education

Boost your salary and client base through continuing education and specialty training. NAR offers a wide selection of real estate training options for members and association executives, including classroom and online courses, training towards earning designations and certifications, webinars, and a Masters of Real Estate degree. As a member, you also have access to the world’s largest real estate library.

Oregon Real Estate Agency
CE Rules & License Requirments
About OREA

The Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA) is the department of State government whose purpose is to provide quality protection for Oregon consumers of real estate, escrow, and land development services, balanced with a professional environment conducive to a healthy real estate market.

The Agency's responsibilities, administered by the Real Estate Commissioner, include:

  • Licensing and regulation of:

    • Real estate brokers, principal brokers, and property managers

    • Escrow and escrow agents

    • Real estate marketing organizations

  • Examination and education for brokers, principal brokers, and property managers

  • Course oversight of Agency-certified Oregon real estate education providers

  • Monitoring regulated activities in escrow organizations and real estate offices

  • Conducting investigations and hearings when complaints are filed against licensees, registrants, and real property developers

Continuing Education Requirements

The Oregon Real Estate Agency mandates that all real estate licensees must take a minimum total of 30 continuing education (CE) hours, per renewal period. This includes a 3 hour Law & Rule Required Course.

*Note REALTOR® Membership Requires a 2.5+ hr REALTOR® COde of Ethics Course.

Rules & Requirements - OREA

Per, the Oregon Real Estate Agency...

  • All licensees are required to maintain their own CE records and keep all certificates of attendance for three years after a renewal period. You will enter your CE information via their e-License portal when renewing your license. 

  • All CE must be provided from a Certified Continuing Education Provider.

  • All CE must fall under a required topic.

  • All Real Estate Continuing Education rules.

Obtain Initial Real Estate License

New Broker License

New Principal Broker License

Real Estate License Renewal

Your real estate license must be renewed every two years. The renewal date is the last day of your birth month, every two years after you received your initial license. You must meet these requirements in order to renew:

Renew your Broker License

Renew your Principal Broker License

    • Complete a 3 hour Law and Rule Required Course (LARRC) from a Certified Continuing Education Provider, every license period.

    • A minimum of 27 additional hours of continuing education in required topics.If your 1st active license renewal is on or after July 1, 2019, you have to take the 27-hour Principal Broker Advanced Practices (PBAP) course. PBAP courses will be available after 10/1/2018. See the April 2018 issue of the Oregon Real Estate News-Journal for more information. (Source: OREA, 2018)

    • Go to eLicense to renew your license and pay renewal fee.

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