Take the first step in becoming a real estate broker. Our 75-hour prelicense course is designed by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. This course needs to be successfully completed first before taking the state’s licensure exam.
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission mandates that all new agents take three 30-hour courses after the initial prelicense course to remove the provisional status from their license. These courses must be completed within the first three years of licensure—with at least one course taken each year to maintain an active license status.
Continuing Education Courses
All brokers in North Carolina need to take eight hours of continuing education courses every year to maintain their active license status. The general update course must also be taken in addition to a four-hour elective course. With the help of our school’s continuing education courses, you can meet and stay up-to-date with the requirements of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.