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Understanding Michigan’s Requirements:

Current Continuing Education Cycle: Begins: 11/1/2018 Ends: 10/31/2021.

Each licensee is required to have 18 hours of CE during the education cycle. 2 hours of legal update is required EVERY year as a minimum. 12 elective hours are required to be taken ANY time within the three year cycle.

The new resource for all Con Ed Tracking is the CE Marketplace. CBOR can no longer access your education record and only individuals can create an account and see their credit hours. CBOR will continue to obtain approval for instructors and class topics and will also continue to submit individual attendance to the CE Marketplace, which will provide attendees a certificate verifying attendance. Click here to access the CE Marketplace

CBOR is now providing On-Demand online education as an alternative to in-person classes.  CLICK HERE to go to Education

On-Demand allows you to watch the video at your convenience – you can even pause and return later to continue.

You’ll find a mix of your favorite and new instructors and the content is exactly what you would expect at one of our live events.  Bloopers included!

All Classes have been approved by the CEMarketplace for continuing education credit and are applicable to the current licensing cycle which ends 10/31/2021.  Just remember you can only get credit for a class once during the cycle.

Once you complete a class, we will receive a notification and will report your credit(s) to CEMarketplace within 10 days of completion.

CEMarketplace will send you a certificate or you can log into your account at to download a certificate.

Follow-up communication to Instructors is welcome!

Questions: or 810-603-0676

//Code of Ethics Training

REALTORS® are required to complete Code of Ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time.  The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the National Association of REALTORS®.

At its Nov. 11, 2019 meeting, NAR’s Board of Directors approved a change to NAR’s Code of Ethics training requirement.

Since 2001, REALTORS® have been required to take Code of Ethics training to retain their membership. Originally, the training was required every four years, but in 2017, NAR changed the requirement to every two years. A presidential advisory group (PAG), appointed in 2019, made several recommendations to the NAR Leadership Team. One of its recommendations was to extend the requirement to every three years in order to give members more time to fit it into their continuing education schedule and to give local associations adequate time between cycles to administer the program.

  • The current Cycle 6 deadline is extended from Dec. 31, 2020, to Dec. 31, 2021.
  • The next cycle (Cycle 7) will begin Jan. 1, 2022, and end Dec. 31, 2024.

Training may be completed FREE online with the National Association of REALTORS using the links provided below, or through another method, such as home study, correspondence, classroom courses, or online courses.

Use the links below to access the on-line REALTORS® Code of Ethics Training course developed by the National Association of REALTORS®. The course meets all learning objectives and criteria for the REALTORS® Code of Ethics Training Policy (Policy Statement 48, NAR Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual).

Commercial Practitioners: The course offers the ability to customize the content for members working in either residential or commercial real estate. When registering you’ll be asked to choose the appropriate course track, residential or commercial.

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