How to Renew your Florida
Real Estate License
updated june 2023
Before You Start
Whether you’re a sales associate or a broker, you need to renew your real estate license every two years. The renewal deadline is always either midnight on March 31 or midnight on September 3. If you do not renew by the deadline, you will be required to undergo all of the pre-licensing steps before you can act as an agent again.
Steps to renew your Florida Real Estate License
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Step 1. Complete your continuing education (CEU) requirements.
Sales associates and brokers must attend a specific number of hours of field-relevent courses every two years. These are known as CEUs, and the number you need depends on the type of license you’re holding.
Sales Associates: 45 hours
Brokers: 60 hours
Step 2. Create or log into an online Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) account.
Step 3. Link your current license to your account.
To access the DBPR’s online services, which include license renewals, applications, and license status tracking, you must link your current license to it.
View the DBPR’s official instructions on linking a license here.
Step 4.Use the DBPR's online portal to renew your license.
While logged in to your DBPR account, select the option to renew your license. Upload any required supporting documents, and pay your renewal fee.