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IREC Covid-19 Statement

As Governor Little has announced a Statewide Stay-Home Order effective as of 1:30 p.m., March 25, 2020, through at least 11:59 pm. on April 15, 2020. The Idaho Real Estate Commission (IREC) has temporarily changed certain operations to comply with the Governor’s order. IREC is taking steps to ensure minimal disruptions in services to license holders and consumers as the Covid-19 outbreak unfolds. (read more)…

IREC Covid-19 Education Changes

Dear Idaho Real Estate Educators,
As certified providers and instructors, you have a unique opportunity to participate in a newly approved course delivery method. New regulations for the COVID-19 outbreak have caused the Commission to advance its timeline to allow you to use a modified live online format for instruction. (read more)….

Our Mission

The Idaho Real Estate Commission is established pursuant to Idaho Code 54-2005 to administer and enforce all provisions of the Idaho Real Estate License Law (Title 54, Chapter 20) and the Idaho Subdivided Lands Disposition Act (Title 55, Chapter 18).

The Real Estate Commission is a self-governing agency which operates solely with dedicated funding from licensing revenue. Monies obtained from civil penalty fines may be used only for development and delivery of real estate education to benefit Idaho real estate licensees.

What’s New?

The Commission is accepting applications for an Education Council member from the South Central District (Blaine, Camas, Cassia, Custer, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, and Twin Falls counties) for a 4-year term commencing July 1, 2020.  Council members are appointed by the Commission and serve a four (4) year term.    

The Education Council acts as an advisory group to the Commission and is responsible for real estate education policy and course content quality for all education courses approved by the Commission for promoting higher standards of practice in the real estate business.  The Council recommends procedures or guidelines for certifying education courses, instructors and providers.  Council members currently meet approximately six times a year.

Interested candidates should review the selection criteria contained in the Council’s Bylaws (https://irec.idaho.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/103/publcs/councilbylaws.pdf).  To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume to Melissa Ferguson, Education & Licensing Director, (Melissa.Ferguson@IREC.Idaho.gov), on or before 5:00 p.m. MT on July 10, 2020.


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The Idaho Real Estate Commission is established pursuant to Idaho Code 54-2005 to administer and enforce all provisions of the Idaho Real Estate License Law (Title 54, Chapter 20) and the Idaho Subdivided Lands Disposition Act (Title 55, Chapter 18). The Real Estate Commission is a self-governing agency which operates solely with dedicated funding from licensing revenue. Monies obtained from civil penalty fines may be used only for development and delivery of real estate education to benefit Idaho real estate licensees.

Education Council Meetings

The Idaho Real Estate Education Council is established pursuant to Idaho Code 54-2008 to act as an advisory group to the Commission and to recommend real estate education policy and course content quality for the Commission’s education programs.

NOTICE:

NOTICE OF OMNIBUS RULEMAKING TEMPORARY AND PROPOSED FEE RULEMAKING IDAPA 33 – REAL ESTATE COMMISSION DOCKET NO. 33-0000-1900F https://adminrules.idaho.gov/bulletin/2019/06SE.pdf

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