Licenses and certifications are valid for a two-year period and must be renewed no sooner than three months prior to and no later than the expiration date. The expiration date is printed on the license and can also be found on the Division's License Verification System.
NOTE: Renewal requirements must be completed prior to renewing your license. If your license expires, you cannot work until the license is reinstated. Your application is subject to audit for compliance with all renewal requirements.
To renew a license you must complete the process on the Real Estate Licensing Management System (RELMS). Prior to renewing, you must complete education totaling at least 28 hours of certified Appraisal Continuing Education Courses, including the 7-hour National USPAP Update Course. Education must be taken by the 15th of the month of renewal in order to ensure an on-time license renewal. The cost to renew, payable through RELMS, is a non-refundable fee of $430.
Note: To renew a license within 30 days after expiration, in addition to the items above, you must pay a $50 non-refundable late fee.
Note: To reinstate a license after 30 days and within six months past expiration, in addition to the renewal items above, you must pay a $100 non-refundable reinstatement fee.
Note: To reinstate a license after six months and within 12 months after expiration, in addition to the renewal items above, you must :
- Pay a $100 non-refundable reinstatement fee.
- Complete an additional 24 hours of continuing education from a Division approved education provider.
Licenses expired for more than one year are not eligible for reinstatement and Utah law requires that licensees reapply as a new applicant.
Note: No more paper applications will be accepted.