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Continuing Education Requirements
Continuing education is required for active license renewals. Brokers, principal brokers and property managers must complete 30 hours of continuing education every two years. Continuing education must be taken from certified continuing education providers.
Forms and Publications
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The Agency no longer accepts most paper forms. Most business is conducted online using eLicense.

A few forms still used are available by selecting the Forms and Publication link below.

You can also read and subscribe to the Agency's Oregon Real Estate News-Journal, and other electronic publications.
Statutes and Rules
Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) chapter 696 and Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) chapter 863 are the laws and rules that govern your real estate license.
Licensee and Business Search
Check the status of a licensee or find the contact information for a registered business name (a real estate business) in eLicense, the Agency's online license management system.
How long do I need to keep rejected offers?
Question of the Week
Principal brokers and property managers must keep all documents of professional real estate activity for six years. This includes rejected offers. See ORS 696.280, OAR 863-015-0260 and OAR 863-025-0035 for more recordkeeping requirements.
Short Sale Negotiators and Foreclosure Consultants FAQs
These questions and answers represent a majority of the specific issues contained in the questions that were collected at the Foreclosure Fraud Symposium held in March 2010. The answers represent a collaborative effort between the Oregon Real Estate Agency, the Oregon Department of Justice, and the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services.
The Condominium Form of Ownership in Oregon
A "condominium" is a special form of property ownership which is created and governed in Oregon by statute (ORS 100.005 to 100.910 and 100.990), known as the "Oregon Condominium Act."