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COVID-19 Statement from IREC

The Idaho Real Estate Commission (IREC) is committed to provide outstanding customer service to licensees and the public. In response to the Governor Little’s guidance to work from home whenever possible, on Monday, March 23, 2020, IREC staff will begin telecommuting with limited staff rotating into the office to limit contact while maintaining services. Until further notice, the IREC office is still open and will remain fully operational.

Licensees and providers will be responsible for adhering to deadlines. Continuing Education and Post License Education is available online through our online Education Providers. You’ll find it on our Education Lookup.

IREC is dedicated to maintain the same high standard of service, while also maintaining the safety and well-being of staff and those who come to the office. We are in full support of Governors Little’s efforts to mitigate the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) by adopting proper preventative measures. We do request that if you are sick, do not visit the Commission office. Feel free to call us at 208-334-3285.

 

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?

Beginning in 2020, the Instructor Development Workshop will be in March! The Commission Core 2020 Course Pilot will be Tuesday, March 10th. Attendance at this pilot is encouraged for all instructors wishing to become certified to teach the 2020 Commission Core.

On March 11th, an IDW speaker will offer instruction on adult learning theory. Currently certified instructors, and anyone wishing to become an IREC certified instructor, are encouraged to attend; IDW is required every two years for currently certified instructors.  Following the IDW instruction on March 11th, will be an optional live Provider Training. Attending this provider training will fulfill the biannual requirement for provider directors to attend provider training every two years.

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Commission Meetings

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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