North Carolina Real Estate Broker Prelicensing

This course meets the 75-hour pre-licensing curriculum requirement for real estate brokers as set forth by the state of North Carolina. 
The course provides foundational knowledge on real property and contract law, agency law and brokerage topics, as well as other real estate-related topics important for the well-rounded professional, including real estate financing, appraisal, calculations, fair housing, property management, construction, land use, property insurance, property tax, real estate investment, and more. It examines all relevant elements of North Carolina’s Real Estate License Law, as well as other pertinent laws related to the practice of real estate in the state. Video, case studies, review of state-specific contracts and forms, as well as the many opportunities for self-assessment, prepare you for success on the state exam and in their new career. 

Chapter list:

1. Basic Real Estate Concepts
2. Property Ownership and Interests
3. Property Taxation and Assessment
4. Transfer of Title to Real Property
5. Land Use Controls
6. Environmental Issues in Real Estate
7. Brokerage Relationships: Law and Practice
8. Agency Contracts (Sales) and Related Practices
9. Basic Contract Law
10. Sales Contracts and Related Procedures
11. Real Estate Financing 
12. Closing a Sales Transaction
13. Real Property Valuation 
14. Property Insurance 
15. Landlord and Tenant
16. Property Management 
17. Fair Housing 
18. Federal Income Taxation of Home Ownership/Sale
19. Basic Construction 
20. Basic Real Estate Investment 
21. Real Estate License Law and Commission Rules
22. Agent Safety
23. Course Wrap-up
24. Final Examination
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