An eLicensing renewal transaction
cannot be entered more than 90 days prior to the license
Licensees are strongly cautioned
not to postpone the entry of an eLicensing renewal
transaction in the event that access to the system may
be temporarily unavailable or experiencing slow or
interrupted responses. eLicensing renewal
transactions are considered to be late at midnight of
the expiration date, even if the transaction is in
process at that time or the system is unavailable.
All eLicensing transactions will be monitored by the
timing mechanisms of the eLicensing System and not the
eLicensing renewal transactions are
accepted for late renewals as long as the licensee
maintains a renewal right (is within two years of the
license expiration date).
eLicensing renewals can be initiated
if the licensee status is "Licensed",
Lic-NBA", or "Expired". Any other
license status will require the submittal of a mail-in
renewal application and fee.
eLicensing renewal applicants must
have completed all Continuing Education (CE)
requirements and will be required to enter their CE
courses into the eLicensing validation process.
License renewal applicants that have
been previously granted an exemption from continuing
education and have remained licensed in good standing
may use the eLicensing system to submit their renewal.
If you are initially applying for the continuing
education exemption you must submit the renewal
application and exemption request thru the mail or in
person to one of the DRE offices.
A new four-year license certificate
will be issued and sent to the mailing address of
Any license changes entered along
with the eLicensing renewal transaction will be made
effective the date the transaction is completed.
Changes entered as part of a late eLicensing renewal
will be effective the date the license is issued.
eLicensing transactions involving a change of employing
broker are not considered complete until the new
employing broker electronically certifies the
If an email address is provided, an
acknowledgement of the fee payment will be sent to the
licensee. Additional email messages may be
forwarded to a salesperson and employing broker to
provide eLicensing status information. DRE will
not attempt to remedy returned email messages that
cannot be delivered.
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