Texas MCE Classes Online
Our course for Texas consists of two tiers: a 90-hour SAE or Salesperson Annual Education and 15-hour MCE, Mandatory Continuing Education. Individuals who have completed the SAE for their Texas real estate license renewal no longer have to comply with SAE requirements and should proceed with the MCE class. Brokers who are not exempted by the Senate Bill 432 should also take the Texas MCE.
In case you want to find out whether you’re up for a Texas Real Estate MCE class or not, you can see how many hours you still need to complete on the Texas Real Estate Commission’s website.
The Texas Real Estate Commissions require licensees to complete six hours of MCE classes that comprise of two courses: Legal Update and Legal Ethics. On top of this requirement, brokers who hold a current license, works as a broker or supervisor for a company, or sponsors a salesperson, should complete a six-hour MCE Broker Responsibility course as mandated by the Texas Occupations Code 1101.458.
Prior to choosing your MCE courses, determine your career track or business plan. It’s best to cover the things you don’t normally deal with in your usual day-to-day practice. For instance, if you haven’t taken the course “Using the Internet to Serve Clients” in the past, then you could use it this renewal period to stay current in the industry. As for the credit hours reporting to the TREC, agentcampus will take care of it.
Our course programs are maintained and designed by seasoned real estate practitioners who have game-changed the industry for decades. Gain the added benefit of learning from our top-notch instructors now!
Whatever your choice of course is, you have to consider how it would best serve your interests in the future. You can also call the Agent Campus hotline for course recommendations. Enroll now and take advantage of our various available course formats.