Viewing (and renewing) your Real Estate License requires you to have an ehawaii.gov account. If you haven’t set one up before, you can go online and do so and link your license to your account. Step-by-step instructions can be found online.
Be sure to have your log-in credentials for your ehawaii.gov account ready when you go online to make the renewal process easier.
Continuing Education Requirements
Licensees are required to complete 20 hours of approved continuing education courses for each two-year license period (January 1 of odd-numbered years through December 31 of even-numbered years); also referred to as the licensing biennium.
Licensees intending to renew their license on an active status by the renewal deadline of November 30 (even-numbered years) must complete 20 hours of approved continuing education courses during the biennium. The required continuing education hours include eight (8) hours for the commission designated core course, which may be offered in a two-part format or as a eight (8) hour core course, and twelve (12) hours of elective credit hours.
Licensees will receive course completion certificates marked “elective” for elective courses and course completion certificate marked “core” for core courses, when they complete each course.
Continuing education providers must verify the license status of a course participant prior to issuing a certificate.
A licensee issued a Hawaii real estate salesperson’s license in an even-numbered year (for example 2008), who renews their license by November 30 of that even-numbered year (the renewal application deadline), will be deemed to have completed equivalent to the continuing education requirement and will not have to complete the continuing education requirement for this license renewal.
To Reactivate a License Before the End of the Current Biennium:
Reactivation of a license is a lengthy process. A licensee who intends to reactivate a license before the end of the current biennium, shall inform the continuing education provider of their intent prior to the class. This will ensure that the licensee receives the correct course completion certificates.
To reactivate a license before the end of the biennium, a licensee must first satisfy the prescribed continuing education hours of one prior renewal period. Licensees who wish to reactivate a license need at least 20 credit hours of continuing education (core course + elective courses). The previous biennium’s core course is available through May 31 of odd-numbered years. After May 31, licensees who have not completed the biennium’s core course(s) shall complete 20 hours of continuing education elective courses.
Real Estate Branch – Hawai’iTelephone: (808) 586-2643 Hours: 7:45am to 4:30pm HST http://hawaii.gov/dcca/real
The Real Estate Branch, as part of the Professional and Vocational Licensing Division, assists the Real Estate Commission in carrying out its responsibility for the education, licensure and discipline of real estate licensees; registration of condominium projects, condominium associations, condominium managing agents, and condominium hotel operators; and intervening in court cases involving the real estate recovery fund.
Professional and Vocational Licensing DivisionTelephone: (808) 586-3000 http://hawaii.gov/dcca/pvl PVL is responsible for 25 professional boards and commissions and 24 licensing programs. In total, the Division licenses 49 different professions and vocations. Visit the link above for:
- request an application
- verify if a person is licensed
- licensing requirements
- applicant check on status of application
- licensee maintenance inquiries