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BIC Must Be ‘Eligible” To Take BICAR

Only brokers who are designated on the Real Estate Commission’s records as “broker-in-charge eligible” may take the Broker-in-Charge Annual Review Course (BICAR).  To verify your eligibility, brokers who are broker-in-charge eligible may download a “Statement of Broker-in-Charge Eligibility” from the Commission’s website,, to give to the course provider. BICAR must be taken every license year after the license year in which a broker is designated a broker-in-charge in order to remain broker-in-charge eligible.

Note that as of January 1, 2008, licensees who are not “broker-in-charge eligible” according to the Commission’s records will not receive any continuing education credit if they take the BIC Annual Review course on or after January 1, 2008.

This article came from the January 2008-Vol38-3 edition of the bulletin.