Time to renew your Errors & Omissions Insurance! If you have the Group Policy through RISCEO (www.risceo.com), you must renew your coverage prior to 11:59 Mountain Time on 09/30.
Be sure to log in and make sure your proof of insurance is posted to avoid getting an E&O audit letter in early October.
Core 2023 is available as of July 1, 2023! Use the Education Lookup on our website to see an up-to-date schedule of classes that have been scheduled. Online classes will be available as the schools work through the approval process. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that just because you can’t find the new Core class from your preferred provider that you can’t take it live or through Zoom!
Click here to view the latest Broker Bulletin, published February 27, 2023 that outlines changes coming soon to the discipline assigned for Late Continuing Education and Late Errors & Omissions Insurance Violations.
The Real Estate Commission is open to the public Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain Time.
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.
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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.
The Idaho Real Estate Commission is seeking applications from qualified candidates to fill a Commissioner position for the Northern District (Idaho, Lewis, Nez Perce, Clearwater, Latah, Benewah, Boundary, Shoshone, Kootenai and Bonner counties) for a 4-year term. Commissioners are appointed by the Governor to serve a four (4) year term and serve at the will and pleasure of the Governor.
The Commission is charged with administering and enforcing Real Estate License Law and the Subdivided Lands Disposition Act. Commissioners set policy for the operation of the agency, propose changes to license law and rules, decide requests for special consideration and felony exemptions, consider probable cause memos and hear disciplinary matters. Commissioners currently meet approximately nine to twelve times per year.
Interested candidates must be an actively licensed Idaho designed or associate broker who has had at least 5 years active license experience as a broker. Candidates should carefully review selection criteria contained in Idaho Code 54-2006. Qualifications of Commissioners – Term and Organization and 54-2007 – Compensation, Powers and Duties of the Commission.
To apply, complete the application form located on the Governor’s website at https://gov.idaho.gov/appointments/. Applications will be reviewed by the Governor’s office as they are received, and we anticipate the Governor will make an appointment in June.
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.
The Commission is accepting applications for an Education Council member from the Southeastern District (Lemhi, Butte, Clark, Fremont, Jefferson, Madison, Teton, Bonneville, Bingham, Caribou, Bear Lake, Franklin, Oneida, Power and Bannock counties) for a 4-year term commencing July 1, 2023. 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 (http://www.irec.idaho.gov/publcs/ireec-bylaws.pdf). The position will remain open until filled. To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume to Melissa Ferguson, Education, Curriculum, and Exam Program Supervisor, (Melissa.Ferguson@DOPL.Idaho.gov).