We specialize in Property Management Education.
- Hot Topics in Property Management: Mold, Documentation & Disability Animals At the completion of this CE class, students will gain an understanding of Mold (myths vs facts); establishing company policies for documentation and insurance requirements; and an understanding of Assistance Animals for property management.
- Property Management Ethics: Service Animals, Legal Issues and Current Affairs. This course outlines the many legal issues and common pitfalls for a property manager, an overview of service & comfort animals plus ethics for the property management industry.
- Property Management Essentials: The course is an introduction into the nuts and bolts of property management. Topics covered are Fair Housing, understanding the Rental Agreement and the Management Agreement.
- Habitability Essentials:The course is an overview of Habitability Standards in North Carolina. Topics covered include imminently dangerous conditions, basic housing components, mold and carbon monoxide. Students will gain an understanding of what repairs Brokers are obligated to make.
In order to renew your license on active status, you must complete eight (8) hours of continuing education (CE) during each July 1 to June 10 license period.
For brokers NOT designated as broker-in-charge or broker-in-charge eligible, four (4) of the required CE credit hours must be obtained by completing the General Update course prescribed by the Commission. The subject matter of this course will be changed by the Commission from year to year.
For brokers WHO ARE designated as broker-in-charge or broker-in-charge eligible, four (4) of the required CE credit hours must be obtained by completing the Broker-in-Charge Update (BICUP) course each full license period after being designated a broker-in-charge.
The remaining four (4) CE credit hours may be obtained by taking a Commission approved elective course. Elective courses may address a wide variety of real estate topics.
The maximum amount of CE credit awarded for any single course is four (4) hours.
Licensees must attend 90% of a CE course and comply with student participating standards in order to receive credit for the course.
A person who is issued a broker license (either by examination or reinstatement) does NOT have to take continuing education courses during the license period in which the license is issued. However, they must satisfy the CE requirement prior to the second renewal of the license.