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Real Estate Course Schedule

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Real Estate Course Descriptions

Real Estate Pre-Licensing & Post-Licensing Courses

Blue Ridge Community College offers courses designed to assist the provisional broker to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirements set forth by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.

Register soon. Class size is limited. If you wait, your class may be full or may be canceled because of low number of registrations.

Notice from the NC Real Estate Commission July 2014: All new provisional brokers must satisfy the postlicensing education requirement of 90 classroom hours of postlicensing education within three (3) years of the date of initial licensure. Postlicensing education should not be confused with continuing education. Postlicensing education is a one-time requirement that must be completed within the prescribed period of time after initial licensure.

Real Estate Pre-Licensing and Post-Licensing Courses are offered as an ongoing series.

What’s Available?

Real Estate Pre-Licensing
Become a Real Estate Broker in this course that meets the educational requirement for the North Carolina real estate broker license and prepares you to pass the real estate broker examination administered by N.C. Real Estate Commission. You will learn the basic principles and practices, law and contracts, financing, closing, valuation, fair housing, property management, taxation, and math. You will also learn about land use, insurance, real estate license laws, rules, and regulations. The Commission requires that you attend a minimum of 80% of all scheduled course hours to be eligible to take the final course exam. Please visit the College Bookstore to purchase the required NC Real Estate Manual before the course begins.

Real Estate Post-Licensing: Broker Relationships and Responsibilities #301
Gain 30 hours of post-licensing education in this Post 301 course. This assists the Real Estate Broker with the required training to meet the 90-hour, post-licensing educational requirements set forth by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. This course consists of highlevel advanced instruction covering agency relationships and duties to principals and third parties, working with sellers and buyers. Learn about issues confronted when agents leave or change firms with the resulting licenses and education concerns. The Commission requires that you attend a minimum of 90% of all scheduled course hours to be eligible to take the final course exam. Please visit the College Bookstore to purchase the required NC Real Estate Manual before the course begins.

Broker Contracts and Closings #302
Gain 30-hours of post-licensing education in this Post 302 course. This assists the Real Estate Broker with the required training to meet the 90-hour post-licensing educational requirements set forth by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. This course consists of high-level advanced instruction covering contracts and closing. This course will also discuss license status and education issues. The Commission requires that you attend a minimum of 90% of all scheduled course hours to be eligible to take the final course exam. Please visit the College Bookstore to purchase the required NC Real Estate Manual before the course begins.

NC Law, Rules & Legal Concepts #303
Gain 30 hours of post-licensing education in this Post 303 course. This assists the Real Estate Broker with the required training to meet the 90-hour, post-licensing educational requirements set forth by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Topics addressed in this course include general North Carolina licensing requirements, brokerage compensation issues, the disciplinary process, specialized types of real estate, property management in NC, and miscellaneous NC laws and legal concepts. Please visit the College Bookstore to purchase the required NC Real Estate Manual before the course begins.

Real Estate BICUP (Broker-in-Charge Update)
Earn your four hours to satisfy the continuing education requirement required by the NC Real Estate Commission to keep your Broker in charge eligibility. This course is designed for and restricted to currently designated brokers-in-charge and brokers who are broker-in-charge eligible. A broker who is not a broker-in-charge or who is not broker-in-charge eligible will not receive credit for the BICUP course through the NC Real Estate Commission. Each year the mandatory course content changes. Please see our website for more information about what the 2020-2021 course topics.

Real Estate GENUP (General Update)
Earn your four hours to satisfy the continuing education requirement required by the NC Real Estate Commission for the General Update (GENUP). This “mandatory” update course is for anyone who is NOT currently a Broker in Charge or Broker In Charge Eligible, and who wish to maintain their license on “Active” status with the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. Each year the mandatory course content changes.​

Contact Us

M.C. Gaylord
Continuing Education Program Specialist
m_gaylord@blueridge.edu
(828) 694-1779