The 2014 renewal period is scheduled to begin on May 1st, 2014. You will be able to renew once the renewal notices have been mailed out and online renewals have been activated. We encourage all licensees who can access the Commission’s online services to please renew online. Login information will be included in the header of your renewal notice.
Remember that as a South Carolina Real Estate Licensee, it is your responsibility to keep up with your expiration date and to renew. Licensees are required to renew whether or not they receive notice.
The 2013 Renewal period has ended. If your license expired on 6/30/2013 your license is canceled pursuant to S.C. Code 40-57-110(J) and cannot be renewed or reinstated. To become relicensed, you will need to reapply and re-qualify for licensure.
EFFECTIVE 8/1/13: NEW South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Statement
NEW South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Statement (Effective August 1, 2013): At the June 12, 2013 meeting of the South Carolina Real Estate Commission, a new South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Statement and Addendum was approved. The new form will go into effect on August 1, 2013 for any new listings, or any listings renewed after the effective date. A message to all licensees has been issued on behalf of the Commission regarding implementation of the new form which can be read below.
South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Statement (Effective date 8/1/13) (pdf)
South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Statement Addendum (Effective date 8/1/13) (pdf)
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