Welcome to Albemarle Area School of Real Estate
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Albemarle Area School of Real Estate conducts the Broker Prelicensing Course required to qualify for the license examination to become licensed as a real estate provisional broker in North Carolina and the Postlicensing Education Program needed for a provisional broker to remove the provisional status of such license.
Get in touch with us today to learn more about enrollment or ask any other questions.
Licensure Through Reciprocity
Prelicensing and Postlicensing Courses
SuSummer Session 2020
June 30 - Aug 14 Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Day Sessions 9:00 - 1:00 pm
Fall Session 2020
Sep 9 - Nov 16 Monday & Wednesday
Evening Sessions 6:00 - 10:00 pm
20 Sessions with 1 optional Saturday Review
NC Post Licensing Class 301
Broker Relationships and Responsibilities $250
NC Post Licensing Class 302
Contracts and Closings $250
NC Post Licensing Class 303
NC Laws, Rules, & Legal Concepts $250
$650 bundle price for all 3 classes
Book sold separately for Postlicensing courses.
Please purchase book when registering for course.
Gary L. Hobbs, Education Director
Long and Foster Elizabeth City
A native of Elizabeth City, NC, Gary retired from the Elizabeth City Pasquotank Public Schools as Director of Vocational Education/ Workforce Development. Prior to that he was a State Education Consultant serving Northeastern North Carolina. Upon retirement from the schools, Gary went to work as a Realtor with Hall and Nixon Real Estate, Inc. and served as an agent for four years. He brought with him a vast knowledge of the public schools and contacts to many resources in the Albemarle Area.
Meet the Staff
Tanya J. Sekhon,
School Director & Lead Instructor
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There’s always an exciting event happening at Albemarle Area School of Real Estate! Take a look below to view our schedule, and feel free to get in touch if you have any questions regarding a specific upcoming class.
Meet the Staff
PRELICENSING ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS
Prospective students must complete and execute a "Certificate" prior to the beginning of the first schedule class meeting. The Certificate, which outlines the rights and obligations of the School and the Student, has been approved by and is required by the North Carolina
Real Estate Commission.
Students must have basic education skills required for successful completion of the course and be at least 18 years of age. It is recommended that a prospective student have a high school diploma or have earned a GED before enrolling.
BROKER POSTLICENSING PROGRAM
The 90-hour Postlicensing Education Program consists of three 30-hour courses prescribed by the Commission which may be taken in any sequence.
Post 301 - Brokerage Relationships and Responsibilities
Post 302 - Contracts and Closing
Post 303 - NC Laws, Rules and Legal Concepts
Per the NCREC Provisional Brokers can NOT get Postlicensing credit for the new Post 303 IF they have already taken 303 previously.
“You cannot open a book without learning something.”
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