Kentucky Residential Core Course
As a real estate professional in Kentucky, you have responsibilities to clients, both buyers and sellers, as well as your broker, your company, the Kentucky Real Estate Commission and yourself. The Core Course is a six-hour continuing education course covering federal, state and common laws relating to real estate as well as recent license law updates that impact your license renewal and real estate practice. You must be familiar, and stay current, with guidelines, legislation and required forms to ensure your real estate practice remains on solid legal ground (and what happens if it doesn’t). You will become familiar with information and resources made available to you through the Kentucky Real Estate Commission and its website and will also learn about issues impacting agency and representation of buyer and seller clients.
Every four (4) years, licensees need to complete a six (6) hour KY Core course. This course meets that requirement. Taking six hours of law and/or regular continuing education classes or a pre-license course will not substitute for this requirement. Please refer to the KREC website if you have further questions about this requirement or when it is due. This course also provides six (6) hours of law continuing education credit.
After successful completion of the course, the Kentucky Real Estate Education Foundation will notify the Kentucky Real Estate Commission of your completion and award you the applicable credits toward your education requirements.