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Real Estate Licensee Resources News and Information
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Continuing education is required for active license renewals. Brokers, principal brokers and property managers must complete 30 hours of continuing education from certified continuing education providers.
How to Renew Your Real Estate License 
You can renew your license using eLicense starting the first day of the month in which your license expires. 
The fee to renew an active license is $230. The inactive license renewal fee is $110.
Publications and Subscriptions
The Oregon Real Estate News-Journal is the official publication of the Oregon Real Estate Agency. It is sent by e-mail to subscribers 6 times a year. 
Forms and Applications
The Agency no longer accepts most paper forms.  
The few forms still used are available by selecting the Forms and Publication link below. 
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.
Find a Licensee or Business
Check the status of a licensee, find the contact information for a registered business name (a real estate business), or get licensee and business lists in eLicense. 
The Agency is on YouTube
Check out the Agency's new video on how to register for an eLicense account.
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We are now available to assist you at our new location in downtown Salem, featuring free 3-hour parking.
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Septic System Inspection? Learn about New Requirements
Having a septic system inspection at the time of transfer of a residential property is 100% voluntary. However, there are mandatory requirements that must be met whenever an inspection is performed.

Oregon Septic Smart Fact Sheet
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."