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CE Course Information

The 2021/2022 Mandatory Update (course #9922) Topics:

1 - WWREA Disclosure
2 - Racial Equity
3 - Broker Fiduciary Duties
4 - Law and Rule Updates
5 - Licensing and Education

The 2021/2022 Broker In Charge Update (Course #8822) Topics:

1 - WWREA Disclosure
2 - Racial Equity
3 - Broker Fiduciary Duties
4 - Law and Rule Updates
5 - Licensing and Education

6. BIC Best Practices Guide

 

Elective Courses

What Would Your Mama Say - Ethics 3524

This course is a detailed analysis of the eighty-eight Standard of Practice which which supports the 17 Articles.  It will satisfy your requirement for the Ethics course every three (3) years AND your Continuing Education requirement of four (4) hours.

Radon in Real Estate - 3906

This course will introduce students to the sources of radon, the methods of testing and mitigating for radon, and how to guide their clients on the subject of elevated radon levels measured in a building.

The Contract Maze - 2430

The primary purpose of this course is to serve as a risk management tool. That is, learn from the actions or inactions of your fellow NC real estate brokers. Along with a detailed dive of our most used contracts.

Agency - Art or Agony - 3301

The primary purpose of this course is to serve as a risk management tool. That is, learn from the actions or inactions of your fellow NC real estate brokers. A secondary purpose of this course is an attempt to “make you think” about your actions or inactions when working with buyers, sellers, tenants or landlords.

And the Court Says - 3217

This elective course is designed as a risk management learning system, as each case in this course involves a NC real estate broker and/or firm and has been considered by the NC Court of Appeals.

Between the Lines - Insights from The Real Estate Bulletin - #3461

An elective course designed to address some of the most commonly asked questions posed by real estate brokers and to provide insight into many of the most misunderstood positions taken by the Commission on transactional matters.

Playing the Hand You're Dealt - 3591

Master financing concepts that expand your buyer's and seller's options. Techniques that combat the 'iBuyer' craze and succeed in multiple-offer situations are outlined. Students will explore methods and loan programs that reduce the cash-to-close requirement. Discover why it's better to buy now before saving up 20% down. Strategies that reduce mandatory waiting periods, increase buying power and quickly improve credit scores are covered.

 

 

***Important Notice Please Read: Any Class Rescheduling will result in a $10 admin fee except in the event of an emergency.