Important Deadlines Reminder

Important Deadlines Reminder

TODAY! May 29: Submit Your Name for a Commission Committee

The deadline for licensees and members of the public, including lawyers, to submit their names to serve a term on a Commission Committee is today at 4:30 pm.

Submissions after the deadline will not be considered. Current committee members who wish to serve another term are still required to submit their name. To be eligible to serve on a committee, licensees must be in good standing per Commission by-law 225.

All individuals who complete the committee submission will be entered into a draw for a $100 gas gift card.

To submit your name, click here.

For more information about committees, click here.

If you have already completed the 2023-2024 CPE, and completed your licence renewal(s) you can disregard the rest of this email.

June 15, 2024: CPE Deadline

The deadline for licensees to complete the Discovering Property Facts CPE course is June 15, 2024 at 11:59 pm. The course is available online via the NSAR Learning Platform. There are currently still 927 licensees who have not completed the course.

All licensees who fail to complete their mandatory CPE before the deadline will have their licences terminate effective 12:00 am on July 1, 2024. The course will be unavailable from June 16 - July 11. If you let your licence terminate, you must immediately cease all trading activities, including taking down signage, advertising, and social media. To have your licence reinstated after the deadline has passed, you must complete the course, apply to have your licence reinstated, pay the renewal fee, and be issued a licence, at which point you may resume trading activity. 

If you have questions about the course, email the NSAR Education Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

June 30, 2024: Online Licence Renewals

The deadline for online licensing renewals is 11:59 pm on June 30, 2024. 1,391 licensees and 80 brokerages still need to complete their renewals

Brokers will be responsible for renewing the brokerage licence, audit fees, any branch office licences, their broker licence, and, if applicable, their approved sales corporation licence. Brokers can use the Brokerage Reports in the licensee portal to view licence renewals and CPE completions of the brokerages' licensees.

All other licensees are responsible for renewing their real estate licence and, if applicable, their approved sales corporation licence. To verify if you have completed your licence renewal, you can check the licensee portal.

If you need help, the Licence Renewal Resource page is available with video tutorials, a user manual, and important information about payment methods and deadlines.

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