NC Course Descriptions

View our vast selection of continuing education courses. Click the “+” next to the course title to view a complete description of the course and where it is being taught. And if you prefer, you can choose one of our many online electives with the click of a mouse. View our online electives.

Cost: $67 per 4-hour course.

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Class Descriptions

GENERAL UPDATE Course

2015-2016 GENERAL UPDATE COURSE must be completed by June 10, 2016.

Topics include:

  1. Farewell HUD-1? Hello TRID! What’s TRID?
  2. Sales of Vacation Rentals
  3. Real Estate Agent Safety
  4. Changes in Commission Rules, Contracts and Addenda
  5. License & Education Review

Note: *BIC and BIC Eligible will not receive credit for General Update. BIC and BIC eligible must take Broker-in Charge Update (BICUP) along with a 4-hour elective

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BIC UPDATE Course

2015-2016 BIC UPDATE COURSE is a 4 hour course which must be completed prior to June 10, 2016 by ALL brokers-in-charge who were designated as a broker-in-charge prior to July 1, 2015 and who wish to remain a broker-in-charge as of July 1, 2016 for the 2016-2017 license period.

BIC’s will NOT take the 2015-2016 General Mandatory Update course but still must complete a 4hr elective course to complete 8 hrs of CE to be on active status.

Topics include:

  1. Farewell HUD-1? Hello TRID! What’s TRID?
  2. Sales of Vacation Rentals
  3. Real Estate Agent Safety
  4. Changes in Commission Rules, Contracts and Addenda
  5. License & Education Review
  6. How to Handle Complaints
  7. Handling of Trust Monies

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Featured Continuing Education Electives

Drama and the Code of Ethics NEW!

A new, fun and innovative way to understand the practical applications of the Code of Ethics. An actual arbitration hearing involving your classmates with live witnesses testifying in class and you get to be the jury. An exciting and fun class. Meet two requirements with one class. It fulfills the REALTOR Quadrennial Ethics requirements AND fulfills 4 hours of CE for the NC Real Estate Commission.

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You’ve Been Served: Real Estate Lawsuits That Changed The Business

Have you ever wondered why licensees have to “mirandize” their clients? Why ordinary household mold scares the consumers and brokers alike? Why real estate transactions require so many forms and disclosures? This course provides the dramatic courtroom background and history for some of our daily practices and customs.

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The Real Estate Transaction: The Good, The Bad & The Agent

The rumors are TRUE! There is a new HUD and GFE coming our way effective October 1, 2015. The HUD will now be called the Closing Disclosure and the GFE will now be called the Loan Estimate. These forms have changed drastically from the current HUD and GFE not only in appearance but in content as well. Did you know that several of the largest lenders will be preparing and delivering the Closing Disclosure form….not the settlement agent! If a qualifying change is made to figures on the Closing Disclosure within 3 business days of settlement your closing date will be delayed anywhere from 3-7 business days! What do you do? How do you educate your client on what to expect? How do you prevent delays or can you? Come find the answers to these questions and learn how this will impact your day-to-day business practice along with solutions to make the road less bumpy for you and your clients. It’s coming….are you ready?

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Winning at Win-Win

Whether we realize it or not, we all negotiate all the time. In addition to negotiating for our clients, we negotiate with our families, our colleagues, vendors, even ourselves. Being a good negotiator requires three things: structure, knowledge of strategies, and communication skills…all are learnable and all are presented in this class. This information is not only relevant in real estate sales but can also be transferred to any negotiating event.

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Ethics: Principles and Practices:

This course satisfies the NAR requirement of one ethics course once every four years! Course includes case studies based on real-life agency situations as well as scenarios. Also, in depth discussion of the NAR Code of Ethics, typical issues today’s real estate professionals are apt to encounter, and guidelines to apply when debating whether a decision is ethical.

Maximize your time by satisfying the REALTOR requirement of 2.5 hours and also receive NCREC credit for 4 hours of elective credit.

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The Millennials are Here: R U Ready?

The purpose of this course is to assist the real estate agent in understanding the Millennials. Attendees will learn what Millennials will want from their real estate experiences, learn what they will want from their real estate agents, learn how some of the new behaviors will impact the regulatory landscape, and prepare their business for this generation.

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