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- Complete your CE credits by your required renewal date.
- Accurately complete the Renewal Application online with IDFPR.
Review and update your contact information here. Then, watch for an email from “Notice@illinois.gov” with the subject line “Real Estate Renewal Notice.”
Visit the CE lookup. NOTE: It can take up to 45-60 days for your classes to appear!
You can do so here. This is the only place you can look this up online.
The state’s license law changed as of October 2019. These are all the changes. How do these license law changes affect your CE requirements? Here’s a breakdown.
The state’s license law also changed as of January 2020. These are all the changes.
Need to renew your license? It’s that time of year!
- More information about Managing Broker renewal.
- More information about Broker renewal.
- More information about Leasing Agent renewal.
Licensees who have failed to renew properly will be terminated from CAR membership and will lose MLS access and all association membership services and benefits, including rights to use or display the term REALTOR® and respective REALTOR® Designations in any manner.
In addition, all licensees found to have continued to practice real estate in Illinois without properly renewing may also be subject to IDFPR sanctions.
Fill out the Change of Name Request Form.
IDFPR’s help desk phone number is 1(800)560-6420. Or, look up their additional contact information.