Southern Choice Real Estate Academy has partnered with RECampus to bring you all three (3) Post-Licensing Courses that you can do at your own time and at your own pace. Each course will fulfill the 30-hour Post-Licensing requirement. Remember that all three (3) courses MUST be completed within 18 months of receiving your License. Click on a course below to register.

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  • Returning Students: "Log In" with your Username and Password 

  • New Students: Choose "Create an Account" and create your own Username and Password.

  • Any course purchased AFTER April 11, 2021 will have a proctored exam.

  • The expiration date for each purchase (individual course or package with all 3) will be six (6) months from purchase date. Extensions are available.

  • The textbook is needed. Click here to purchase: Digital version / Paper textbook

  • You may log in and out as many times as needed.

  • Southern Choice will report your credits to the NC RE Commission and will email your completion certificate to you.

  • All three (3) Post courses MUST be done within 18 months of receiving your License.

  • Click here for System Requirements for the course to run properly.

Broker Relationship & Responsibility #301

This course covers all of the ins and outs of the relationships licensees have with buyers and sellers and licensee responsibilities within those relationships. Your students will also learn about agency relationships and duties, brokers’ legal responsibilities to sellers and buyers, compensation when leaving or changing firms, and license status and education issues.

Course Objectives:

This broker postlicensing course will

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills prescribed in the North Carolina Real Estate Postlicensing Broker Relationships and Responsibilities Concepts Course Syllabus;

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to act as a licensed real estate broker who protects client and public interests;

  • provide students with the 30 hours of education needed to fulfill their broker postlicensing broker relationships and responsibilities education requirements; and

  • provide students with instruction beyond that provided in prelicensing in topics that include agency relationships and duties, working with residential and commercial sellers and buyers, dual agency, property management, and other topics.

Contracts & Closing #302

This course discusses all of the details associated with real estate contracts, closing procedures and statements, the broker's post-closing duties, agency relationship termination, and license status and education issues.

 

Course Objectives:

This broker postlicensing course will

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills prescribed in the North Carolina Real Estate Postlicensing Contracts and Closing Course Syllabus;

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to act as a licensed real estate broker who protects client and public interests;

  • provide students with the 30 hours of education needed to fulfill their broker postlicensing contracts and closing education requirements; and

  • provide students with instruction beyond that provided in prelicensing in topics that include real estate contracts, closing procedures and statements, the broker's post-closing duties, agency relationship termination, and license status and education issues.

NC Laws, Rules, and Legal Concepts #303

Students learn about North Carolina licensing requirements, brokerage compensation issues, the disciplinary process, specialized types of real estate, property management in NC, and miscellaneous NC laws and legal concepts.

 

 Course Objectives:

This broker postlicensing course will

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills prescribed in the North Carolina Real Estate Postlicensing NC Law, Rules, and Legal Concepts Course Syllabus;

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to act as a licensed real estate broker who protects client and public interests;

  • provide students with the 30 hours of education needed to fulfill their broker postlicensing NC Law, Rules, and Legal Concepts education requirements; and

  • provide students with instruction beyond that provided in prelicensing in topics that include general North Carolina licensing requirements, brokerage compensation issues, the disciplinary process, specialized types of real estate, property management in North Carolina, and miscellaneous North Carolina laws and legal concepts.

Purchase all three courses in one Package