We are experiencing an extremely high volume of cancellations/reinstatement paperwork at this time despite our extended 2019 renewal period. We ask for your patience and understanding as we process everything on a first come first served basis. We are working diligently to accommodate those who require reinstatement as well as applications, opening of new offices and escrow issues.

We are presently experiencing 7-12 BUSINESS day turnaround time for ALL paperwork processing. This includes but is not exclusive to applications, opening of new offices, commence/terminate escrow status and acceptance/release forms.

E&O Insurance Notification
If you are an active agent, please make sure to renew E&O before renewing your license.​To renew your Errors and Omissions insurance policy for the 2019-2020 period, please click here:

While renewing the policy, please make sure to use the 6 digit license number that was issued in Nov 2017, or there may be an error in uploading it to the​ KREC system.

If your license has been deactivated due to non-renewal, please call the KREC at 502-564-7760 to review your options with one of our staff members.

Principal Brokers 
We encourage all Principal Brokers to use the Online Services portal for accepting and transfer actions as they will be facilitated in a more expedient time frame. You simply need to log into YOUR portal, click Acceptance Form (Licensee), type in the name of licensee, click ADD.  Once the licensee is unaffiliated from their present firm they go into THEIR portal, click Accept Transfer Request, select firm, digitally sign name and click submit.  The process will be complete and almost immediate. ​

NOTE: The fee for the FBI criminal background report issued through the Kentucky State Police is $33.25. ​

Education Notice

The Kentucky Core Course and continuing education (CE) hours are due by Dec. 31, 2018. ​​

  • Check your education status by selecting ONLINE SERVICES on the menu bar above
  • The six-hour Core Course is required every four years and focuses on Kentucky-specific law
  • Annual CE requirements include three (3) hours of law and three (3) hours of electives
Please remember to complete the hours in the designated time allotted, or your license may be subject to cancellation.
 About Us 
 The Kentucky Real Estate Commission is charged with protecting the public interest through regulation, examination and licensing of Kentucky real estate sales associates and brokers pursuant to Kentucky Revised Statutes, Chapter 324.​​​​​​​​​

  Meetings & Agendas

April 25, 2019 Special Meeting Notice

The KREC will hold a special full commission meeting on Thursday April 25, 2019 at 9:00 AM (EDT) at the Kentucky Real Estate Commission, Conference Room, 656 Chamberlin Avenue, S​uite B in Frankfort, Kentucky 40601.


Meeting Agendas

Meeting Minutes