CalBRE, California Bureau of Real Estate Approves InterNACHI's Free, Online Continuing Education Course for Licensed Real Estate Professionals

 
CalBRE, California Bureau of Real Estate approves InterNACHI's free, online Continuing Education for licensed real estate agents.
 
CalBRE Sponsor # 5114. Home Energy Efficiency for Real Estate Professionals Course. Category CS. Course Type: Online. 4 hours.
 
California requires real estate professionals to complete 45 hours of Continuing Education to renew their licenses. Visit the California website for details.
 
  
 

Licensed Real Estate Agents:

Agents can take free, online Continuing Education course provided by InterNACHI. 
 
 
 
 

InterNACHI Members:

Inform California-licensed real estate agents that they can attain free, online Continuing Education by visiting nachi.org/ca-agent.
 
When a real estate agents enters an InterNACHI member's ID number and logs into an online course, the member will be automatically notified by email, and the member's contact information will appear on the course's first slide. The courses educate agents about InterNACHI Home Energy Inspections.
 
Become a Certified Home Energy Inspector.
 
 
 

Real Estate Cards (free for members):

California approves InterNACHI as a course provider for licensed real estate agents. That means that agents can attain free Continuing Education by taking online courses provided by InterNACHI.
 
The real estate cards tell agents how to go online and take free Continuing Education to help renew their license.
 
Members may order your free real estate cards and start passing them out to agents today! 
 
 
 
 

Need Assistance?

Ben Gromicko at ben@internachi.org
 
 
 

Archived Documents:

 
    
View 2014-2016 California Bureau of Real Estate's Certificate of InterNACHI's free, online course
View 2014-2016 California Bureau of Real Estate's approval of InterNACHI's free, online course.
 
CalBRE Sponsor # 5114. Home Energy Efficiency for Real Estate Professionals Course. Category CS. Course Type: Online. 4 hours. Expiration November 12, 2016.