Real Estate Broker Postlicensing Education & Continuing Education
Real Estate Broker Postlicensing Education As a newly licensed North Carolina Real Estate Broker, your license will be held in “Provisional Status” until you complete an additional 90 hours of education within 18 months of obtaining your North Carolina real estate Broker License. The Broker Post-licensing Courses each consist of 30 hours of instruction and these courses may be taken in any sequence. Broker Postlicensing Course Descriptions: 301 - Broker Relationships and Responsibilities: A practical review of agency relationships and duties while working with buyers and working with sellers in residential sales.
302 - Contracts and Closings: The focus is on real estate contracts, closing procedures and closing statements as well as other related topics.
303 - NC Law, Rules, and Legal Concepts:Topics addressed in this course include general NC licensing requirements, brokerage compensation issues, the disciplinary process, specialized types of real estate, property management in NC, and miscellaneous laws and legal concepts.
Schedule: We are excited to announce our schedule is in collaboration with The CEShop: NC Postlicensing Education : Click here for our NC Post-licensing schedule & enrollment (online interactive course ) : Carea.POSTTheCEShop.com
General Update: The General Update is a 4 hour courses required for all active licensed NC Real Estate Brokers. The update course will cover Agency Disclosure requirements, changes to selected property management issues, agent safety, due diligence, and other licensing and education issues.
BIC Annual Review Course: This course is the required 4-hour elective for all Broker-In-Charge Licensees. The course focuses on BIC requirements, compensation issues, and dual and designated agency issues.