IDFPR Performing System Updates March 26 – March 29; Limited Online Services Available

From March 26-29, IDFPR will be performing system updates to their website. License Look Up, Print My License, Online Services

New Post-Licensing Requirement Change Affects Managing Brokers

Per the recent updates to the Real Estate License Act, 225 ILCS 454/1-1 et seq., designated managing brokers must serve

IDFPR Extends Broker License Renewal Deadline to September 30

On Wednesday, March 18, the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) announced the extension of renewal dates and continuing education (CE) deadlines from the original date of April […]

How to Take The Right CE Classes Without Panicking

With the changes to the license law comes updated license renewal requirements! Before you start signing up for classes, take some time to review these changes and how they affect […]

What You Need to Know About the License Act Rewrite

On August 9, 2019, Governor JB Pritzker signed Public Act 101-0357 into law.  This updated the Real Estate License Act of 2000, extending it until January 1, 2030. The main […]

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Chicago REALTOR® Magazine

Chicago REALTOR® Magazine is the only glossy, 4-color publication that covers the entire residential real estate market in Chicagoland.

IDFPR Releases Real Estate License Law Guide

This year, the Real Estate License Law (RELA) received its long-awaited rewrite. These updates can be hard to keep up with, and to help with that, the Illinois Department of […]

Upgrade Your CE Instructor License & Avoid Losing Teaching Opportunities

Per Article 30, Section 30-25, of SB 1872 The Real Estate License Act of 2000 (RELA), Real Estate Pre-license Instructors are permitted to teach pre-license, post-license, core and elective courses […]

Real Estate License Act Signed into Law

The Real Estate License Act has been signed into law. Some provisions pertaining to education must go through a rule-making process that can take months. The signing marks the end […]

IDFPR Licensees Urged to Confirm Email Addresses to Avoid Disciplinary Action

The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) is reminding licensees that missed emails may result in disciplinary action. Since IDFPR only sends notices via email, licensees that do […]

IDFPR Releases Visual Flowchart of the Complaint and Disciplinary Process

IDFPR’s Division of Real Estate has released a flowchart that identifies how filed complaints are handled. To get a better understanding of the process, see the document below.