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IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR LICENSEES THAT USE THE PULSE SYSTEM 

Effective December 11, 2012, the PULSE system will automatically generate an e-mail to you when certain changes to your license status occur, if you have a current e-mail address for business use on file in the system. Please see the list of the events table (.pdf) that will generate an e-mail notification.





Important Notices for all Real Estate Brokers and Salespersons

  1. As of July 1, 2011, a new law went into effect regarding continuing education requirements. As part of the continuing education that is due each license year, you will have to complete a specific training module. The Notice and Outlines for the TWO required 2014/2015 General Modules follow. The details are available here (.pdf).

  2. As of July 1, 2011, a new law went into effect regarding continuing education requirements. As part of the continuing education that is due each license year, you will have to complete a module training course. In 2013-2014, Brokers will also have to complete an additional broker-only module course. The Notice and Outlines for the 2013/2014 Modules follow. The details are available here (.pdf).

  3. As of July 1, 2011, a new law went into effect regarding continuing education requirements. As part of the continuing education that is due each license year, you will have to complete a module training course. The Notice and Outline for the 2012/2013 Module follow. The details are available here (.pdf). 

  4. As of July 1, 2011, a new law went into effect regarding continuing education requirements. As part of the continuing education that is due each license year, you will have to complete a module training course. The Notice and Outline for the 2011/2012 Module follow. The details are available here (.pdf).

  5. All Commercial-Only Salespersons and Brokers who wish to apply for exemption from the required new module, fair housing, and agency law continuing education courses must submit a completed exemption request prior to June 30. The details, including a generic copy of the MN required CE Exemption form, are available here for 2013 (.pdf) and are available here for 2014 (.pdf). 

  6. FAQ Regarding Required Real Estate Module Courses (.pdf)

Notice Regarding the Technology Surcharge

Effective May 1, 2014, the technology surcharge is reduced to $20 [Minn. Stat. §45.24 (f)].

License Surcharge Notice

Minnesota law now requires any board or agency to assess a surcharge on all new licenses or registrations issued or renewed until June 30, 2015.  Only those applicants already paying a current and separate Technology Surcharge are exempt from the new surcharge. The surcharge is 10 percent of the fee -- no less than $5 and no more than $150 -- on each business, commercial, professional, and occupational license or registration. This surcharge is being collected on behalf of the Minnesota Office of Enterprise Technology (OET) to fund a statewide electronic licensing system (M.S. 16E.22).  It is identified on the Sircon and PULSE systems as the "OET surcharge."  Please call 651-556-8005 for further information.

Important licensing changes took effect July 1, 2010

Changes impact real estate brokers and salespersons, appraisers, insurance producers and adjusters, prelicensing and continuing education providers. Take a few moments to review the information relevant to your particular license type or industry here.  Also included are Frequently Asked Questions.