Real Estate Broker Post-Licensing

POST LICENSING COURSES FOR REAL ESTATE:

All newly licensed brokers will be classified as a "provisional broker". The "provisional broker" must, within three (3) years of initial licensure, complete an additional 90-hour post-licensing education program in order to retain his or her broker license (and terminate the "provisional" license status). At least one of the post licensing courses must be completed by the ANNIVERSARY DATE of when you received your license. Courses ( 301,302 and 303) can be taken in any order.

Until the new licensee has "completed the 90-hour post-licensing education program", these "provisional brokers" would have to be supervised by a broker-in-charge whenever they engage in real estate brokerage (same as for salespersons currently). If a "provisional broker" does not complete the 90-hour post licensing education program within three years, his or her broker license will be cancelled. (NC Real Estate Commission, 2005.) SCC offers all three of the post licensing courses during the year. Call Betty O'Neal 704-991-0142 with any questions.