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|NAR Code of Ethics Requirement|
The National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) requires that all REALTORS® complete ethics training of not less than 2 hours, 30 minutes of instructional time within a triennial term. The current cycle began January 1, 2019 and concludes December 31, 2021. The training must meet specific learning objectives and criteria established by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).
Training may be completed through local REALTOR® associations or through another method, such as home study, correspondence, classroom courses, or online courses.
NOTE: NEW AGENTS WHO ATTEND A NEW AGENT ORIENTATION WITH MORR FULFILL THEIR NAR REQUIREMENT AT NEW AGENT ORIENTATION.
Click here for information on NAR Code of Ethics Training
Options for completing your Code of Ethics requirement
Option #1: Classroom Training
Monmouth Ocean Regional REALTORS® (MORR) offers The Code of Ethics – Our Promise of Professionalism
This class will be held once a month from February – November. Classes will be held at both our Tinton Falls and Manasquan locations. This class will also qualify for NJREC Continuing Education – 2 Hours Ethics Core and 1 Hour Core. Visit our Calendar for a list of upcoming Code of Ethics classes being taught by MORR.
Option #2: Online Training
The CE Shop
Online REALTOR® Code of Ethics Training provided at https://morr.theceshop.com/. This fulfills your NAR Code of Ethics obligation and provides NJREC Continuing Education credits.
Online class available at NJREALTORSACE.COM. This fulfills your NAR Code of Ethics obligation and provides NJREC Continuing Education credits.
|CE Credits & Requirements|
In order to qualify for renewal or to reinstate an un-renewed license after that date, every individual licensed as a broker, broker-salesperson or salesperson must complete 12 hours of continuing education.
Just The Facts....
12 Credit Hours per 2 year licensing period. These are the NEW CE Requirements as per NJREC:
1 Credit Hours must be Fair Housing,
2 Credit Hours must be Ethics Training,
3 Credit Hours must be "Core",
6 Credit Hours may be a combination of "Elective" &/or "Core"
Core topic areas are: Ethics; Agency Disclosure; Real Estate Licensee Statutes/Rules; Fair Housing/NJ Law Against Discrimination; Legal Requirements on Escrow Monies and Financial Record-keeping; Legal Issues
Elective topic areas are: Land Use; Financing; Seasonal Rentals; Real Estate Valuation; Property Management; Commercial Real Estate Property; Foreclosures Short-Sale Transactions; Real Estate Full Disclosure Act/NJ Real Estate Timeshare Act Financing; Specific Aspects of Residential Real Estate Transactions.
The deadline to complete your credits is April 30, 2021
If you have any questions regarding Continuing Education, contact the Director of Education & Events, Lauren San Nicolas at 732-918-1340 x 15
Questions? New Jersey Real Estate Commission (NJREC) - 609-292-7272
|Checking Your CE Credits|
Individual NJREC licensees are responsible for checking the progress of their CE requirements. Unfortunately, the board office does not have access to do so on your behalf.
1. Log in to PSI. Click here to go to the PSI login page (we strongly recommend saving this website as a favorite).
A strong suggestion: DO NOT change your password
*If you are missing credits, you must contact the provider you took the course through.*
For example, if you do not go to a CE course at MORR, and you went elsewhere, you must contact THAT provider, not MORR.
Please contact PSI Support for login issues:
Email for Technical Support
|NJREC Continuing Education Rules & Regulations|
The NJ Real Estate Commission has approved its rules and regulations to implement continuing education requirements for active real estate licensees.
The NJ Real Estate Commission has created a Frequently Asked Questions page on its website on the newly adopted continuing education requirements.
MORR ACE Campus
The Monmouth Ocean Regional REALTORS® has an ACE (Academy of Continuing Education) Campus on www.njrealtorsace.com. The MORR Campus will host all our Continuing Education classes, so this site is where our members will be able to register for CE courses. On the Campus, you will also be able to view your record, print your transcripts and more.
Log into the ACE Campus with your email address that is on file at NAR and the password Password1 (cap P).
For more information on our ACE campus, contact Education Director Lauren San Nicolas at 732-918-1340 ext. 15
|CE Providers both Online and Classroom Setting|
The CE Shop
That's why we've partnered with The CE Shop, to give you more flexibility and control over how to meet your Continuing Education requirements. All our Members benefit from our co-branded course website. This means you have a one-stop shop that lists the courses you need and describes them in full detail so you know what's offered before you enroll.
You can start your course immediately or begin it at a later time. The CE Shop's courses not only provide the most relevant and current information, and are delivered in user-friendly language, but you can pause and bookmark any time where you left off in a course. Return to your learning environment when you have the free time to do so.
GARDEN STATE CONTINUING EDUCATION
Garden State Continuing Education offers audio courses that qualify for NJREC Continuing Education Credit.
Ethics - C20161182 - 2 Ethics Credits
Must Know of Advertising - C20161279 - 1 Core Credit
Disclosure Issues and Liability Facts - C20161312 - 1 Core Credit
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