The easiest, most convenient way to take your post-license real estate courses online
You learn all the basics in your pre-license real estate courses. But you’re not done learning when you get your license. There’s always more to learn in the exciting world of real estate! Post-license courses give new agents a chance to keep learning while practicing real estate. And with Aceable’s super-convenient online courses, you can complete your coursework from anywhere. Work from your laptop at a coffee shop between appointments. Or work from your tablet while hosting an open house. You can even work from your phone while waiting for your buyers to arrive at a showing!
Discover the Advantages of Our Online Post-License Real Estate Classes
State-Approved Post-License Courses
Our online post-license courses are state-approved, so you can be sure they’ll fulfill your state requirements.
Engaging Online Classes
No boring PDF textbooks here! You’ll get interactive course content, in bite-size pieces that make it easy to learn the material and retain the information.
Created by the Experts
Our courses are created by active industry experts collaborating with Harvard-educated instructional designers to give you the best possible course experience. You can trust that the information in our courses is accurate and relevant to your new career as a real estate professional.
Select Your State-Approved Post-Licensing Course
Choose your state to start your online course today!
Complete 90 hours of SAE coursework required for your first Texas real estate license renewal (subsequent renewals require continuing education (CE) courses).
Take your courses at your own pace, on any device.
We’re able to provide you with a 100% online course.
How to take Post-License Real Estate Classes Online
Search by location to find state-approved post-license courses.
Enroll in your post-license online course in minutes with Aceable. Signing up is quick and easy, and you can start on your coursework immediately.
Complete the course whenever it’s convenient from wherever you happen to be. Whether you’re on your computer, tablet, or phone, Aceable courses are always easily accessible. Just make sure you complete your course before your state’s deadline (which is usually the date your license expires). If you don’t complete your course on time, you won’t be able to renew your license, and you’ll have to stop all real estate activities until your license is back to active.
Complete your final course test, and we’ll automatically send you a Certificate of Completion to confirm that you passed your course.
In states with a system in place for filing your competition certificate with the state licensing board, we will process your Certificate of Completion with your licensing board to make sure you get credit for completing your post-license course.
As a new agent, you’re busy. We get it! We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get your courses completed so you can get back to working with your new clients. And we want to make your learning experience fun so you actually enjoy taking your courses too.
Real Estate Post-Licensing FAQs
What are Post-Licensing Courses?
Post-license courses are courses that are required for new licensees. Requirements vary by state, but in most cases, post-license courses need to be completed before you can renew your license for the first time.
Is There a Difference Between Post-Licensing and Continuing Education?
Many states use these terms interchangeably. But generally, post-licensing courses are the courses that must be completed between the time you get your license and the time you renew your license for the first time. And continuing education courses are courses that must be completed during each subsequent renewal period in order to keep your license active throughout your career.
Does My State Require a Post-License Course?
A few states require very specific post-license courses for new agents. But all 50 states require some form of continuing education for everyone with an active real estate license. So even if your state doesn’t specifically use the term “post-license course,” you will need to take a course before you renew your license.
What Are the Post-Licensing Real Estate Course Requirements?
Post-licensing requirements vary by state. In Texas, for example, you need to take a 90-hour Salesperson Apprentice Education (SAE) course in your first term as a real estate agent. While in Arizona, you just need 24 hours of continuing education courses every two years. Check your state’s licensing board for your local requirements.
Have another question about real estate continuing education? Our Real Estate Education Help Center may have the answer. If not, contact us and we’ll ask an expert to get the answer for you!