North Carolina Real Estate Continuing Education (CE) Courses Online

Enjoy the convenience of completing your North Carolina real estate continuing education courses online with our sister company, Superior Real Estate School.


Meet Superior Real Estate School

Superior has helped more new agents pass the North Carolina real estate licensing exam on the 1st attempt than any other school in NC. Attend one of our career nights, read the Superior Plan and take our 75-hour pre-licensing course (North Carolina Real Estate Commission approved) to kick start your real estate career.

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What can you achieve today?

Get a head start on your career with Superior. With a higher average pass rate over other schools, Superior gives you the best chance to get your real estate broker license on the first attempt! Our team of highly distinguished instructors will help you through your pre-licensing and post-licensing education experience with fun and engaging courses.

Why choose McKissock for your real estate CE course in North Carolina?

Our online courses offer the ultimate in convenience and learning effectiveness. You can gain new knowledge in your own time and at your own pace.

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What is real estate continuing education?

Continuing Education or CE courses are required for retaining and renewing your real estate license. McKissock offers a range of accredited real estate CE courses and classes in North Carolina.

What are the continuing education requirements for real estate in North Carolina?

All new licensees must take a 90-hour post-licensing education in North Carolina within 18 months of licensure to maintain a North Carolina salesperson license before they can start their continuing education. Your deadline for meeting the CE requirement is on your license.

How many hours of continuing education are required for North Carolina real estate license?

You are required to complete 8 hours of continuing education by your education renewal deadline for your license in North Carolina.

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