is the fast, easy, convenient way to complete online real estate renewal hours from home, work, or anywhere! If you are a busy real estate professional,has online real estate renewal classes for you! Start yourArizona real estate renewal classtoday!

Welcome! What makesRenewal ZoneArizonas Best Online Real Estate School? We are Arizona owned and operated, so we really understand the local real estate markets. Our instructors are from Arizonas real estate business community and have written continuing education classes with pertinent information for Arizona licensees. The founder, Lynn Palmer, an Arizona native, received her real estate license in 1985 and Brokers license in 1990. The Renewal Zone team is passionate about this great State and passionate about Education!

Who is taking real estate classes throughRenewal Zone? Realtors from around Arizona have enjoyed our schools residential real estate classes. New Home Sales Associates have been delighted to finally find online CE classes that are new home sales specific. Property Management and Commercial Real Estate agents alike have fulfilled their 24 hours of real estate continuing education at our online school.

There are many choices for online real estate continuing education, but few schools provide information that is relevant to your field and relevant to selling real estate in AZ. Our Real Estate School is Arizona grown and Arizona focused. Whether you live in the Phoenix area, Tucson, Flagstaff, Prescott, Yuma, or even a small Arizona town,Renewal Zoneis your answer. Many of our students are from the Big City and dont have time to drive to a school; others are from a small Arizona town and dont have as many options for real estate continuing education. Either way, give us a try! You wont be disappointed!

What is required by the ADRE for real estate license renewal? The Arizona Department of Real Estate requires 24 hours of continuing education every 2 years. The following CE categories and number of renewal hours are required:

Agency (3), Contract Law (3), Com. Standards (3), Disclosure (3), Fair Housing (3), Legal Issues (3), General (6)

Note: As of 1/1/13, Designated Brokers and Delegated Associate Brokers need3 Broker Management Clinics (9 hours) every 2 years.For further information on renewal requirements, go to the ADRE website at:. clickon continuing education FAQs.

Oct 02, 2015 -Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure Class

Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure Class     The new Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure will go into effect on 10/3/15 and will be covered in our renewal class called the Mortgage Advant…

Aug 17, 2015 -Can I take 2 Real Estate CE Classes Simultaneously?

Can I take 2 Real Estate CE Classes Simultaneously?  Online renewal classes work much like live renewal classes in terms of being able to take one class at a time; therefore, the answer is no.  That d…

Jun 04, 2015 -Mortgage Real Estate Renewal Class

Mortgage Real Estate Renewal Class            The Mortgage Advantage class will be updated August 1, 2015 when the new federal changes take place.  At that time, the Good Faith Estim…

Renewal Zonehas partnered with McKissock 100% Education to offer real estate classes in every State throughout the U.S. Who is McKissock? In 1990, McKissock began offering continuing education classes and online courses to real estate appraisers. Today, they also offer online Real Estate CE nationwide as well as post-licensing and pre-licensing education to select States. McKissock serves a professional clientele from an array of industries including appraisers, real estate agents/brokers, home inspectors, land surveyors, and engineers. With McKissock, professionals like you enjoy a total education experience that will exceed your expectations. You can fulfill your real estate education needs in the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere you have an internet connection. McKissock is committed to providing a quality of real estate education that cannot be equaled elsewhere.

Providing real estate classes for the following states:

Note: check with your States Department of Real Estate or Real Estate Commission for requirements.