360training release CE Elective Package specifically for North Carolina real estate agents
Austin, TX, July 3, 2018 – 360training.com is excited to announce the release of their new North Carolina CE Elective Package. The $60 package includes four elective online courses to help North Carolina real estate agents fulfill continuing education requirements and renew their North Carolina real estate licenses.
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission requires real estate licensees to complete eight hours of real estate education during each July 1st to June 10th license period. North Carolina real estate licenses expire every June 30th, and the continuing education deadline is June 10th each year.
North Carolina real estate agents can choose from several interesting 4-hour courses available in the new North Carolina CE Elective Package. Learners explore the following courses and topics:
Liens, Taxes and Foreclosures:
- Foreclosure Methods
- Real World Applications
- The Indoor Environment
- The External Environment
- Disclosure and Site Assessment
- Introduction to Fair Housing
- Additional Legal Protections to Prevent Discrimination
- Enforcement of Fair Housing Laws
- Avoiding Discriminatory Practices
Tax – Favorable Real Estate Transactions:
- Qualified and Non-Qualified Tax Products
- 1031 Exchanges
- Internal Revenue Code Section 1031
360training.com’s newly updated North Carolina CE Elective Package is available on their North Carolina Continuing Education page, along with other helpful resources for North Carolina real estate agents.
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