Post-Continuing

So you just recieved your North Carolina real estate license, but according to North Carolina law, you are considered a Provisional Broker. Provisional brokers cannot operate independently. Once licensed, a provisional broker must complete, within the initial licensing year, a Postlicensing education program in order to terminate the provisional status of the license and to remain eligible for active license status, which is required in order to engage in brokerage activity.

Postlicensing education should not be confused with Continuing Education. Postlicensing education is a onetime requirement for provisional brokers wishing active license status eligibility that must be completed within a year after initial licensing. Continuing Education is only for fully licensed brokers. Continuing Education is a recurring annual requirement for all licensees wishing to maintain active license status eligibility that must be completed each license period. The NC Real Estate School has developed the curriculum for you to maintain an active license and go from agent to broker easily. 

NOTE: REGISTRATION FEES DO NOT INCLUDE THE BOOK REQUIRED. If desired the book needed can be bought in class.

Our Real Estate Classes

Post-License Brokerage Relationships Class Length: 30.0 Hours Info
Post-License Contracts and Closings Class Length: 30.0 Hours Info
Post-License NC Law, Rules, & Legal Concepts Class Length: 30.0 Hours Info
Continuing Education General Update Class Length: 4.0 Hours Info
Continuing Education Broker-in-Charge Class Length: 4.0 Hours Info
Continuing Education Elective Class Length: 4.0 Hours Info
Online Classes Online Professional Training Class Length: Various Info