Mitchell Community College is approved by the NC Real Estate Commission to offer pre-licensing, post-licensing, and continuing education courses in-person, live online (synchronous), blended (online and in person), and through a distance education format.
**You must register 10 days in advance of class start date. **
|Title||Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Days||Room||Town||Cost|
POST AND PRE REAL ESTATE LICENSING ------------------------
|Broker Prelicensing||8/30/22||11/15/22||9 a.m.||1 p.m.||Tu Th||WFD 205||SVL||$190.00|
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In-person classes are the traditional type of class and are held at a physical location in one of the campus buildings. Note class location (Mooresville or Statesville) and room number provided at time of registration. Class hours are firm and specific.
You must Register 10 days in advance of class start date Register for a class.
If you need to earn some elective continuing education or if you want some additional practice for your state exam, Mitchell Community College has partnered with RECampus to offer a variety of courses online. Registration is still done through MCC, and the college will report your hours and send you your certificate of completion when you are done. A variety of elective courses are available online. Click here for online Real Estate elective courses. Online Registration Forms
Pre-Licensing: Wanting to become a real estate agent? This is an intensive course to guide you through what you will need to know to pass your state licensure exam. Students should have strong reading comprehension, math problem solving skills, and are able to carve out class and study time within their schedule. This is an 85-hour course. Students must attend at least 80% of all class time and pass the final exam with an 80% to successfully complete this course.
Post-Licensing: Congratulations! You have your provisional license and now are within the 18-month window of completing your post-licensing course work. Post-licensing classes are broken into three courses for 30 hours each. Students must attend at least 90% of all class time (a total of 90 hours) and pass the final exam of each section with an 80% to successfully complete this course.
301: Broker Relationships and Responsibilities (30 hours)
302: Contracts & Closings (30 hours)
303: NC Law, Rules, and Legal Concepts (30 hours)
Continuing Education: All real estate agents must complete 8 hours of continuing education each year to renew their license in June. 4 of these hours must be a state-sanctioned class (GenUp or BICAR) and the other 4 hours are an elective on a subject relevant to your learning needs.
National USPAP Update 2022-2023: The 7-hour USPAP Update course focuses on changes to USPAP for 2022-2023 and on appraisal issues that affect daily appraisal practice. This course is intended to fulfill the 7-hour requirement as established by the Appraiser Qualification Board and comes with the two mandatory books that are needed.
Broker-in Charge Annual Review Course (BICAR): If you are the BIC, this is your mandatory 4-hour course guided by state regulatory content.
Electives include a variety of topics and are each 4 CEUs. Choose topics that you find complement your current real estate needs or you want to learn more about!
- Property Management and Managing Risk
- The Truth About Mold
- ...and the Commission Says
- For the Good of All: Realtor Code/Ethics
- The Contract Maze
- And the Court Said...
- Real Estate and Taxes: What Agents Should Know
- Intro to Commercial Real Estate
- Foreclosures and Short Sales
- Red Flags: Property Inspection
- The Tiny House: Phase or Craze
- Agency: Art or Agony
- Appraisal of Small Residential Income Properties
Hedy Hedrick, Real Estate Coordinator
Cabanna Pierce, Administrative Assistant