Continuing Education Courses
for New Mexico Real Estate Brokers

The Real Estate Institute of Las Cruces is the convenient way to meet your continuing education requirements.

New Mexico brokers who complete their continuing education courses with the Real Estate Institute of Las Cruces enjoy:

What is required for continuing education after obtaining a New Mexico associate broker's license?

36 hour CE Requirement: All active and inactive associate brokers and qualifying brokers shall successfully complete thirty-six (36) credit hours of continuing education in courses approved by the commission during each 3-year licensing cycle.

Technology Tools, Trends, & Risk Management

Real estate technology provides an inherent advantage over the competition while simultaneously making your job easier. When you take this Technology Tools, Trends, and Risk Management course, you’ll learn how to effectively use this technology as a real estate professional to serve your clients and your business for the better. Get in-the-know when it comes to the newest and best technology in the industry! Enroll today by visiting and use the promo code TECH30 to save 30% on this course. 

You don’t have to leave town — and you don’t have to muscle your way through dry courses.

We offer a variety of classes throughout the year so that you can maintain your New Mexico associate broker’s license without leaving town.

Available Courses

Fair Housing (Zoom)

Instructor: Bill McCoy – April 20th, 2022 – 1 PM – 5 PM – 4 Hours Core Elective – $55

4 CE Credits
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Property Red Flags (Zoom) ​

Instructor: Bill McCoy – May 12th – 9 AM – 1 PM –4 Hours Core Elective – $55

4 CE Credits
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Real Estate Law

Google Tools for The Real Estate Professional (Zoom)

Instructor: Bill McCoy –  May 12th – 2 PM – 4 PM –2 hours of Education – $35

2 Education Hrs
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Taxation and Real Estate Business (Zoom)

Instructor: Carolyn Hallett – December 16th – 1 PM – 5 PM – 4 hours of Education – $55

4 hours of Education
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