So, the Big Question Is....

So, the Big Question Is....

So, the big question is...

Did you get your Illinois managing broker license renewed by the April 30 deadline?

If you did, you should by now have received an e-mail with instructions on how to print your license. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) has gone paperless and you now have access to a digital, printable copy of your license.

If you did not receive an email notification with instructions on printing your license, you will need to contact IDFPR  with your current email address and ensure that your contact information is up to date.

If you did not renew by the April 30 deadline, don't worry, it's not too late. Just make sure that you are not practicing real estate until it is renewed or you may be subject to disciplinary action.

If you have completed the required 24 hours of broker management continuing education and just didn't get renewed on time, you may complete the renewal process by completing and submitting the 2017 reinstatement application along with a $50.00 late fee.

If you have not completed the 24 hour continuing education requirement, you must do so prior to completing and submitting the 2017 reinstatement application along with a $50.00 late fee. The 12 hour broker management hours must be completed live or in an interactive format. Your House Real Estate Academy is offering a last chance webinar on May 9 and 10. Registrations must be received by the end of the work day, Monday, May 8.

Additional questions or concerns regarding your license status may be sent to FPR.LMU.illinois.gov, or by calling 800-560-6420.


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