The Northwestern Vermont Board of REALTORS® provides a variety of continuing education opportunities to REALTORS® and affiliates. NVBR’s continuing education program is designed to help REALTORS® meet their mandatory education requirements and to help REALTORS® succeed as professionals and community leaders.
Salesperson Licensing Requirements
All newly licensed salespersons are required to complete 8 hours of educational instruction within 90 days from the issuance of their initial salespersons license. This post-licensure education requirement
shall address topics specified by the Vermont Real Estate Commission (VREC) related to the salesperson’s practice of the profession post-licensure.
All real estate salespersons are required to complete 16 credit hours for license renewal. Four credit hours must include the current Vermont Real Estate Commissions (VREC) mandatory course.
Broker Licensing Requirements
All brokers are required to complete 24 credit hours for license renewal. Four credit hours must include the current Vermont Real Estate Commissions (VREC) mandatory course.
Important Facts about your Continuing Education
NVBR does not regulate real estate licensing. For information about license regulations, contact the Vermont Real Estate Commission (VREC).
NVBR does not track continuing education credits. It is the responsibility of the real estate professional to track credits.
Continuing education certificates do not need to be submitted to VREC for license renewal. However, you must keep copies/records of certificates in the event you or your business is audited.
NVBR can provide information and certificates for any class that the Association sponsors.
Licensing and Education Links
How to become a licensed real estate salesperson or licensed real estate broker.
Vermont Real Estate Commission (VREC)
Real Estate Salesperson 90 Day Post-Licensure Education Requirement
VREC Education information