Hawaii Online Continuing Education (CE)
Disclosures in Residential Transactions (6-hour CE Elective)
This 6-hour course prepares students for continued practice in Hawaii's changing real estate market.
Reduce your risk of complaints and litigation. Most litigation arising from real estate stems from allegations concerning disclosures. This course offers the latest risk reduction and mitigation techniques that use knowledge and compliance of the new laws. This course covers key areas of disclosure including an understanding of the Seller's Real Property Disclosure Statement, how to properly disclose and document agency relationships, understanding and defining 'Material Facts,' and determining the required notices and informational updates that need to be provided to the Real Estate Commission.
- Understand disclosure requirements, their import, and applicability.
- Identify hidden conflicts and material facts that must be disclosed.
- Comply with seller disclosure law.
- Better understanding of disclosure pitfalls and the import of timely disclosure.
- Understand the timeline for the types of events and situations that must be disclosed to Real Estate Commission.
Course Features include
- Accepted by the Hawaii Real Estate Commission
- The ability to complete the courses online and at your convenience
- Low price, high-quality, professionally narrated courses
- Easy to use. Presentations run themselves.
- Well received and reviewed by other real estate professionals
Licensees are required to complete 20 hours of approved continuing education (CE) courses every two years consisting of 5 hours of core and 15 hours of electives. The deadline to renew a license on active status is November 30th (even-numbered years). Unless renewed, all real estate licenses expire at the end of every even-numbered year.
New salespersons renewing their license (issued that year) will be exempted from the continuing education requirement.
Licensees must satisfy the continuing education (CE) requirement of the previous biennium in order to reactivate their license. Licensees who wish to reactivate a license need at least 10 credit hours of continuing education (core course + elective courses).
The previous biennium's core course is available through May 31 of
odd-numbered years. After May 31, licensees who have not completed the
biennium's core course(s) will need to complete 10 hours of continuing
education elective courses.
Check your CE Status
You can check the number of hours needed to reactivate or renew at the State's CE Status Page.
Reporting of Credit
We are notified of your course completion when you complete the course survey. Course completions are periodically
processed in batches during which we will
notify the Hawaii Real Estate Commission
of your completion. You will be sent an automated email as soon as your Course Completion Certificate is issued and credit has been reported.
Please see the Hawaii Real Estate Commission's License Renewal page at
Developed in Hawaii
Our courses are developed locally, and our instructor, David Catanzaro, has taught
and practiced real estate in Hawaii for over 20 years.
Hawaii's culture and real estate market are unique.
Don't risk your tuition money on an out-of-state provider.
Real estate is a local business requiring knowledge of Hawaii and the way Hawaii works.