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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A REAL ESTATE AGENT AND A REALTOR®️?
While both options require all education to be successfully completed in order to obtain and maintain a real estate license according to the state in which they hold their license, a REALTOR®️ is a member of the Real Estate Association which requires additional ethical standards to be met above and beyond state requirements.
TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR A REAL ESTATE LICENSE IN NORTH CAROLINA YOU MUST:
Be at least 18 years old
Be a US citizen, a non-citizen national, or a qualified alien under federal law. You are not required to be a North Carolina resident.
Complete a state approved 75hour pre-licensing course
Complete the North Carolina State Licensing Examination with a score of at least 75%
Once you receive your real estate license from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission, you will be required to complete all three post-licensing courses withing 18 months of initial licensure to retain eligibility.
While these are the basic requirements to obtain a real estate license in the state of North Carolina, there are additional steps we recommend to ensure success in your new career alongside resources we provide to those looking to join our team. We'd love to schedule a meeting in order to answer any questions you may have and walk you through this new endeavor.
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