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North Carolina State Broker Real Estate Exam

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North Carolina License Requirements

  • There is only one “type” of real estate license, a broker license in North Carolina.  There are however, there are several license status categories.
  • Provisional Broker: This is the “entry level” license status category. A person who has met all the license qualification requirements (including a 75-hour prelicensing course and passing the Commission’s license examination) is initially issued a broker license on “provisional” status and is referred to as a “provisional broker.”
  • Broker: – A broker is a “provisional broker” who satisfies all post licensing education requirements to terminate the “provisional” status of such license becomes simply a “broker” and is NOT required to be supervised by a broker-in-charge in order to hold an “active” license.

North Carolina Reciprocal Agreements

  • Arkansas
  • Connecticut
  • Georgia
  • Iowa
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Nebraska
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • West Virginia

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