The Real Estate Prelicensing Course is an introductory level real estate principles and practices course with heavy emphasis on real estate brokerage law and practice. This 75 -hour course must be completed before being eligible to take the North Carolina real estate examination and being able obtain a North Carolina real estate broker license. Major […]Register Now
An individual who is initially licensed as a provisional broker is required to complete the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s Post-Licensing Education Program within the first three years of receiving their real estate license. Post-licensing consists of three individual classes which are all 30 hours in length including an examination at the end of each […]Register Now
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC) requires all licensed brokers, both provisional and non-provisional, to take a minimum of eight 8 hours of continuing education (CE) each license year to maintain their license as Active.Register Now
AP Seminars Goal: To provide both an exceptional level of instruction, and a great learning atmosphere for our customers, helping them achieve their CE Mandatory and Elective requirements.
The instructor, Andy Polumbo, serves as the Broker-in-Charge of Soldiers First Real Estate, LLC and Soldiers First Property Management, and currently is teaching real estate continuing education throughout North Carolina.