We are presently experiencing 7-14 day turn around 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.
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.
Q: What is the process for applications received in February and March?
A: Complete Applications (active or escrow) received on or before February 15th will be processed in February and subject to renewal for 2019 unless otherwise directed by the applicant. Complete applications (active or escrow) received after February 15th will be processed in March and not subject to renewal until 2020. An application is not complete until Errors & Omissions insurance policy (for active licensees), FBI criminal background check and all required certificates/documents are received by the Kentucky Real Estate Commission.
Special Meeting Notice
The Kentucky Real Estate Commission will hold a special commission meeting regarding CE Hardship Waiver Requests on Friday, February 15, 2019 at 9:00 AM (EST) via video teleconference. The primary location of the video teleconference, where all Commissioners can be seen and heard, is the Real Estate Commission's Conference Room, 656 Chamberlin Avenue, Suite B, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
On Nov. 8, 2018, the KREC hosted an education conference for real estate education providers from across the nation. To view the slideshow presentation of education updates for Kentucky, click here
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.
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.