CE Marketplace is your one-stop destination for locating certified continuing education to meet the Michigan real estate license renewal requirements and enhance your professional development. CE Marketplace allows licensees to find in-person or on-demand certified classes to satisfy the license renewal requirements set forth by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.  CE Marketplace also provides the ability to view your certified course completions all in one spot. Simply register to create a profile and login to view your CE history.

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CE Marketplace News | Code of Ethics Requirement Changes

The Code of Ethics (COE) requirement now runs every two years. We are currently in Cycle 6, covering the period January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020. NAR's Board Policy group has released the Cycle 6 course online at

Continuing Education Changes Impacting Realtor® Code of Ethics

Although CE Marketplace will continue to certify Code of Ethics courses for CE credits, they will no longer be certified as Legal CE. This change is prompted by the new NAR-mandated, 2-year cycle for Code of Ethics training. Because of the frequency of the new requirement, it would now be possible for a member to take a course concentrated on the Code of Ethics as Legal CE two out of three years in the licensing cycle. While ethical and legal education often meet at a crossroad, the importance of Legal CE offerings focused on current legal trends, case law, and industry-specific legal topics could be diminished without a clearer distinction. As of February 1, 2017, any CE Marketplace certified COE will be recorded as Elective credits.

Legal CE Requirements

Please remember that two hours of Legal CE is required each licensing year. Within each 3-year license cycle, real estate professionals must complete at least 18 clock hours of continuing education that involve any subjects relevant to the management, operation, and practice of real estate or any other subject that contributes to the professional competence of a licensee.  

Real Estate Licensees must complete at least two hours of CE per licensing year (11/1 - 10/31) which includes laws, rules, and court cases regarding real estate.  It is YOUR responsibility to ensure that your continuing education record is complete and correct.

Where to Find Answers to Your CE Questions

For questions about using CE Marketplace and how to track your continuing education requirements, visit, write to or call 844.642.6633.

Use CE Marketplace

CE Marketplace is FREE and very easy to use. As a real estate professional licensed in the State of Michigan, you can view your continuing education profile at any time. And, best of all, it quickly assures you that your CE Marketplace certified classes are recorded in one place.