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This course includes: 

75-hour State-Approved Course

7 days/week instructor support

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State Exam Simulator

Course E-Book

$624

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This course includes: 

75-hour State-Approved Course

7 days/week instructor support

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

State Exam Simulator

Course E-Book

$475

$285

Save 40%

Our students achieved a 79% Pass Rate on their first attempt at the North Carolina real estate license examination.

North Carolina Real Estate License Course Online

This state-approved real estate license online course satisfies the 75-hour broker pre-licensing requirements to become a real estate agent in North Carolina. Learn anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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How to Get Your Real Estate License in North Carolina

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Your 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Try our online real estate classes for 30 days. If for any reason you're not completely satisfied with the program, simply let us know. We'll immediately refund you, no questions asked.

Meet Your Real Estate Educator
school instructor Marc Pare

Marc Pare, Education Director

Marc has been working in the real estate industry for over 20 years. He started working in real estate financing before transitioning to real estate education which turned out to be Marc’s true calling. Marc is passionate about online education and to help all his students to pass their exam on their first attempt.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Obtaining your North Carolina real estate license is mostly online, including the pre-licensing course, application, and background check. The State exam, however, requires in-person attendance at an authorized North Carolina location.

  • To obtain your real estate agent license in North Carolina you must be at least 18 years of age, have a U.S. social security number, be a US citizen or a non-citizen national, and complete the following 4 steps:

    1. Take and pass a pre-licensing course

    2. Order a criminal background check

    3. Submit your application

    4. Schedule and pass the State licensing exam

  • To obtain your real estate license in North Carolina, you should expect to spend approximately $565, covering the costs of the pre-licensing course, background check, application fee, and the state examination.

  • Candidates typically take from 12 to 24 weeks to fulfill the real estate licensing requirements, but it can be accomplished much faster.  If you plan diligently, you can get the entire process done in less than 8 weeks.

  • The difficulty of the real estate broker licensing exam in North Carolina can vary depending on your background and preparation. The exam has 80 national questions and 40 state specific questions. You will have 2.5 hours to complete the national section and 1.5 hours to complete the state specific section. Preparation is the key to success and thousands of students pass the North Carolina licensure exam every year.

  • In North Carolina, you can retake the real estate exam as many times as you need within a 180-day eligibility period. However, after a failed or missed exam, you must wait at least 10 days before trying again.

  • No, the North Carolina real estate broker licensing exam is not open book. It's a closed-book exam that tests knowledge in real estate practices and laws.

  • North Carolina doesn't have formal reciprocity agreements with other states for real estate licensing. However, applicants who holds a current real estate license in another state that has been on active status within the previous three (3) years can expedite their North Carolina licensing by waiving the 75-hour pre-license course and only taking the state-specific exam.

  • The average salary for real estate agents in North Carolina is approximately $78,830 per year, based on data reported in January 2024. It's important to note, however, that the income of real estate agents can vary widely, influenced by factors such as location, experience, and the number of transactions they manage.

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