- Duration: 75 hours
How to Get a North Carolina Real Estate License
LICENSE QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
To qualify for an individual real estate broker license, an applicant must:
- Be at least 18 years of age;
- Be a United States citizen, a non-citizen national or a qualified alien under federal law, or have a lawful presence in the U.S. and be authorized to work in the U.S. in the real estate brokerage field. [Note: A holder of a U.S. Permanent Resident Card (“Green Card”) is a “qualified alien.” Work authorization in the U.S. for most other aliens requires a U.S. immigration visa (rather than a visitor visa) and/or an Employment Authorization Document from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service that permits work in the real estate brokerage field.]; Real Estate Licensing in North Carolina 5
- Have a social security number;
- Satisfy one of the Education Qualification Options listed below;
- File a complete application and fee;
- Pass the two-part real estate license examination (Exceptions: Persons eligible to take only the State section of the examination under qualification option #4 below and some license reinstatement applicants); and
- Satisfy the Commission that the applicant possesses the requisite character for licensure.
License applicants must complete the 75-hour North Carolina Broker Pre-licensing Course at a North Carolina school approved by the Commission or possess education and/or real estate experience the Commission finds equivalent to such course.
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