North Carolina Real Estate Continuing Education Courses
Meeting your continuing education requirements as a North Carolina real estate professional is easy with Agent Campus by 360training. We're approved to provide plenty of approved electives by North Carolina's real estate licensing authority. Our courses are online and self-paced so you can work on them wherever and whenever you have a little time. Start today!
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A course on Environmental Hazards counting towards Real Estate CE requirements.
Liens, Taxes and Foreclosures
Learn about debts that attach to real estate and the issues that may result.
Tax Favorable Real Estate Transactions
Learn to help clients buy and sell property on a tax-favorable basis.
Complete North Carolina Continuing Education Coursework Online
Every year, the North Carolina Real Estate Commission (NCREC) requires 8 hours of continuing education with an approved provider like us.
Your first renewal as a broker is exempt from CE requirements.
Meet Real Estate CE Requirements with Courses that Interest You
NCREC's continuing education requirements include:
- 4 update hours with rotating topics
- For brokers eligible for BIC status, you need the Broker-in-Charge Update (BICUP)
- All other brokers need the General Update (GENUP)
- 4 hours of approved electives
We offer NCREC-approved electives, all of which will satisfy your yearly requirement. Unfortunately, you'll need to seek your update hours elsewhere.
Get Your Credits On Time
Upon completion of each CE course, we'll report your credits to NCREC. You'll also get a certificate of completion for safekeeping.
Need to Know
What You Get
Certificate of completion
100% online, available 24/7
Second and subsequent license renewals
At your own pace, save progress as you go
8 hours every year
Content is updated and current
You can find us on NCREC's list of approved continuing education providers under the name 360training, our parent company.
What is the deadline for completing my continuing education courses?
Your 8 hours of continuing education must be completed between July 1st of the previous year and June 10th of every year