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2021-2022 Regular Session

Continuing education requirements updated in real estate, appraisal

With more coursework moving online, language about continuing education requirements for real estate, insurance and appraisal licensing has been updated.

Much of the new law aims to make requirements more understandable without lowering standards. It takes effect Aug. 1, 2022.

For example, the law requires exam proctors be at least 18 years old; not be a relative, supervisor or fellow student in the class; or have a financial interest in the student passing.

It also puts requirements on on-demand courses. Among them, course providers cannot sell students’ personal information without consent and must provide a course evaluation that, at a minimum, asks students about any technical difficulties.

Rep. Brian Pfarr (R-Le Sueur) and Sen. Gary Dahms (R-Redwood Falls) sponsor the law.


New Laws 2023

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SF3288* / HF3345 / CH74
House Chief Author: Pfarr
Senate Chief Author: Dahms
Effective Dates: See chapter summary in the file link above.
* The legislative bill marked with an asterisk denotes the file submitted to the governor.