Florida Real Estate University

Licensed Real Estate School

"Educator since 1980"

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You can purchase the Text  The Text is the basis for the online reactivation course. The Text is not required for online students. It is available for purchase separately for independent study.

Buy Textbook Now: $48.55

Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law sets the standard for real estate education in Florida. Updated annually, this new edition provides students with the latest developments in Florida real estate law and practice. Students can reinforce key concepts with interactive practice activities, end-of-unit quizzes, and a 100-question practice exam.

"Issuing" a Course Completion Certificate for Renewal
SO PLAN YOUR STATE RENEWAL ACCORDINGLY!
Minimum 3 business days should allow between the final exam and receiving your course completion certificate that we will emailed to you. In the event you lose your Course Completion Certificate, a duplicate may be obtained by written request. Administrative fee of $25 will be charged for the duplicate request.


Your completion date is the date that you pass the end-of-course exam.
To be considered on-time, courses must be complete at or before 11:59pm EST the day of the renewal deadline.

Once you have completed your course, we will automatically submit your information to the state electronically. Depending on the information you have provided,
Please be sure you have provided your License number or it may delay the creation of your certificate and the process of reporting your completion. 
Please keep these documents for your records.
Continuing Education students need to complete the course at least (1) one week in advance of their license renewal date.
Florida Real Estate University is required to report education completion prior to the renewal date (March 31 or September 30 of each year).
Students who wait until the last week of the renewal deadline may encounter various problems (technical and other) which could prevent license renewal.
Anyone purchasing a course or attempting the final examination during the last week of a renewal cycle does so at his or her own risk.
Extensions are NOT granted by the DBPR due to technical problems with a course. (Renewal must include all applicable fees, including late fee).

You can pay your renewal fee: Online: Log in to your DBPR Online Services Account. You will be asked for your User ID and PIN. Your User ID can be found by searching with your license number. If you have not already changed your PIN, it may be the last four digits of your social security number.
Mail: If you have your renewal notice from the state, you can return it with a payment. The licensee should not send proof of the required education with the renewal application. The licensee must retain the original grade report for the FREC-approved education course for at least two years following the end of the renewal period.
The DBPR will not accept renewal payments online more than 90 days before the end of the license period. The DBPR will no longer renew a license if a licensee has not completed the appropriate continuing or post-licensing education. Licensees should obtain the required education in a timely manner to avoid becoming ineligible to work.

Florida Reactivation Course 
Start now $99.99 Credit Hours: 28


This online course requires no additional textbook material. The text material may not be downloaded.

Who needs to take this course?
The Florida Real Estate Commission's 28-hour reactivation course requirement for brokers and sales associates who have held an involuntary inactive Florida real estate license for more than 12 months but fewer than 24 months.

This 28-hour online course, based on key content from Florida Real Estate Principles, Practices & Law, is intended for real estate sales associates and brokers who currently hold involuntary inactive Florida real estate licenses. This course meets the education requirements needed to reactivate your license, including the required two exams. Practice activities provide an interactive method of concept reinforcement and self-testing.

​#1: License Law and Qualifications for Licensure
#2: License Law and Administration
#3: Brokerage Relationships and Ethics
#4: Real Estate Brokerage Operations
#5: Complaints, Violations, and Penalties
#6: Federal and State Housing Laws
#7: Real Estate Contracts
#8: Computations and Title Closing
#9: Real Estate Investment Analysis and Business Opportunity Brokerage

Final Exam:

90 Minute Timed Exam
50 Questions Multiple Choice
Score of 70% or Better Required to Pass


Course Exam Information
Answer Each Question In Order
You cannot close out or use the back or previous button. If you exit the exam before you have a passing score, or fail the exam, you must wait thirty days before you can attempt it again. Your course will remain available for study. Once you pass your end-of-course exam, your score will be sent to us electronically.

30 Day Retake
Per Florida Administrative Code, students who do not pass the end-of-course exam are eligible for one additional exam attempt. Students must wait 30 days from the date of the original exam to retest. The second attempt must occur within one year of the date of the original exam.

HOWEVER, if a student does not have 30 days before their renewal deadline expires, a student must re-register and must once again complete the course material to become eligible for another end-of-course exam attempt and obtain a passing score prior to their renewal deadline.

No Access to Review Final Exam

To maintain the integrity of the final exam, it is not possible for a student to review the questions or their answers after the exam is completed. This is the case whether a student has passed the exam or otherwise.