NORTH CAROLINA REAL ESTATE: PRELICENSING
Become a Real Estate Broker!
- Our Entire NC Real Estate Course is Online, On-Demand
- Prepares You to Pass the State Licensing Exam
- Unique, Interactive Content That Makes Learning Fun
- Includes Free Skill Building Bundle to Help Grow Your Business
- Learn Anywhere, Anytime, on Any Device | Complete in as Little as 2 Weeks
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTOR SUPPORT
Exceptionally trained and caring instructors standing by to help you every step of the way.
INCLUDES EXAMSMART REVIEW VIDEOS
Review videos incorporated directly into the course to drive home key concepts.
We're confident that after you complete our course you'll pass your state exam. If not, call us & we will arrange for you to re-take the course at no cost.
North Carolina Real Estate Broker Licensing Requirements:
- You must be at least 18 years old
- Complete a state-approved 75-hour prelicensing program
- There is no education prerequisite (such as a high school diploma)
- Pass the real estate license examination
- Be a US citizen, a non-citizen national, or a qualified alien under federal law
- See our FAQs for additional information
30 Years of High-Quality Real Estate Education
Focused on Creating Engaging, Interesting and Relevant Programs
Exceptionally Trained and Caring Student Support Team
Bonus Professional Development Course Bundle to Support Your Career Success
What is required to qualify for a real estate broker license in North Carolina?
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be a U.S. citizen, a non-citizen national, or a qualified non-citizen under federal law or be authorized to work in the U.S.
- Have a Social Security Number
- Satisfy the required education qualification requirements (75 hours of pre-licensing education)
- File eligibility application
- Pass the state licensing exam
- Possess the requisite character for licensure
How long do I have to complete the North Carolina Pre-licensing course?
You must finish your coursework and pass the final exam within 180 days of the purchase date. The North Carolina Real Estate Commission prohibits education providers from extending courses.
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