Ohio State Requirement Details for Real Estate Continuing Education:
Renewal Date: Every three years by the licensee’s birth date.
Hours Required: 30 hours
- 9 hours – Mandatory hours
- 3 hours in Civil Rights/Liberties
- 3 hours in Core Law
- 3 hours in Canon of Ethics
- 21 hours – Elective hours
Ohio State Requirement Details for Real Estate Salesperson Post-Licensing Education.
Hours Required by the State: 20 hours within the first year of initial licensure.
Course Completions: Students must participate in each course for the number of hours of credit awarded and daily course segments cannot exceed 8 hours in one calendar day.
Please note: Proof of completion of all education requirements (a copy of the course completion certificate), is required to be submitted with the salesperson examination and/or renewal applications.
NAR Designations & Certifications
The National Association of REALTORS® and its affiliated Institutes, Societies, and Councils provide a wide range of programs and services that help members increase their skills, proficiency, and knowledge. Designations and certifications acknowledging experience and expertise in various real estate sectors are awarded by NAR and each affiliated group upon completion of required courses.
Accredited Buyer’s Representative / ABR®
Accredited Land Consultant / ALC
Certified Commercial Investment Member / CCIM
Certified International Property Specialist / CIPS
Certified Property Manager® / CPM®
Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager / CRB
Certified Residential Specialist / CRS
Counselor of Real Estate® / CRE®
General Accredited Appraiser / GAA
NAR’s Green Designation / GREEN
Graduate, REALTOR® Institute / GRI
Performance Management Network / PMN
REALTOR® Association Certified Executive / RCE
Residential Accredited Appraiser / RAA
Seller Representative Specialist / SRS
Society of Industrial and Office REALTORS® / SIOR
Seniors Real Estate Specialist® / SRES®
At Home With Diversity® / AHWD
Certified Real Estate Team Specialist / C-RETS
Digital Marketing: Social Media
Military Relocation Professional / MRP
Pricing Strategy Advisor / PSA
Real Estate Negotiation Expert / RENE
Resort & Second-Home Property Specialist / RSPS
Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource / SFR®
Code of Ethics
MOAR values your membership and wants to keep you informed about NAR’s mandatory Code of Ethics training requirement.
Members are required to take Code of Ethics Continuing Education (CE) credits every three years.
As a REALTOR® association, we pledge to promote REALTOR® Safety in communications, media, governance, and action(s). We strive to ensure the safety of our members and the public.
September is REALTOR® Safety Month but keeping safety at the forefront of your mind throughout the year is crucial.
REALTORS® encounter job-related risks every day and understanding why safety matters and how implementing safety best practices is not only good for you, but ultimately good for your business.
Whether you are new to the industry, or a seasoned REALTOR®, it is easy to miss warning signs or become complacent in your practices. Share these proven tactics and key takeaways on how to spot danger and navigate dangerous situations with friends, family, clients, and co-workers to keep you and your community safe.
Additional Education Resources
National Association of REALTORS®
for Access to videos, webinars, online tutorials, exams, certification courses, etc.
for resources about the current NAR litigation, how to share your value as a REALTOR®, and how our current marketplace fosters competition and benefits our clients.
for Licensing information, Course Calendar, Online Real Estate and Appraisal CE, Scholarship information.