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North Carolina Real Estate Broker License Requirements

  • 75 hours of pre-licensing education.
  • Provisional Broker is the “entry level” license; Must take the 75-hour pre-licensing course and pass the state licensing examination.
  • A “Broker” is a “provisional broker” who has met post-licensing education requirements.
  • “Brokers” are required to complete at least 90 hours of approved real estate courses within the three year period preceding the date of application; Experience equivalence may be accepted as a substitute for the 90 hours.
  • A “Broker in Charge” is a real estate “Broker” who has been designated as the broker responsible for the supervision of real estate provisional brokers.
  • All applicants must provide proof that they possess competency, honesty, truthfulness, integrity and general moral character.
  • All applicants must provide a Criminal Record Report and fingerprints.
  • All applicants must pass the broker real estate licensing exam.

Real Estate License Portability

Cooperative

Real Estate License Reciprocity

North Carolina has reciprocity agreements with the following states:

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

All above information should be confirmed with licensing commission. Further information can be found here: https://www.ncrec.gov