NC Real Estate Continuing Education Classes

Refund Policy: In the event you are unable to attend, your payment for the workshop may be applied to another workshop date, within the same school year, which closes annually in June.  Otherwise, no refunds are available.

NEW LOCATION  IN ROCKY MOUNT, MOREHEAD, AND KINSTON.

NC General Update

 

A mandatory real estate Continuing Education Course for NC brokers who are not designated by the NCREC

as a Broker-in-Charge or Broker-in-Charge eligible and who wish to renew their licenses on active status. Topics covered include:

 

 

  • Law & Rule Updates

  • Material Facts

  • Competence of Licensees

  • Wire Fraud

  • Property Inspection

  • Licensing & Education

NC Broker-in-Charge Update

 

A mandatory real estate Continuing Education Update Course for NC brokers who are designated by the NCREC

as a Broker-in-Charge or are Broker-in-Charge eligible and who wish to renew their licenses on active status and retain their BIC or BIC-eligibility status.  Topics covered include:

  • Law & Rule Updates

  • Material Facts

  • Competence of Licensees

  • Wire Fraud

  • Property Inspection

  • Licensing & Education

  • BIC Considerations

NC Elective

 

THE CONTRACT MAZE

A real estate elective course designed to navigate the intricate details and elusive question of “When does an offer become a contract?”

Each real estate licensee should be familiar with the concepts of basic contract law, especially real property contract law. However, the above caption seems to appropriately capture the simplicity of a subject that can become very complex.

 

For example, most everyone knows that when a prospective buyer presents an offer to a seller that the seller has the option of either (1) accepting the offer; (2) rejecting the offer; or (3) submitting a counteroffer to the prospective buyer.

Most everyone in the real estate business also is aware of the following formula: Offer + Acceptance + Communication = Contract

However, the reality of the legal concept that underlies this formula isn’t as straightforward as it may appear. After all, what constitutes a valid offer? Yet better, what constitutes a valid acceptance? And yet even better, what constitutes a valid communication of an offeror’s acceptance?

When considering these questions one also must consider the impact of using electronic equipment, such as fax machines, voice mail, and email, on the issue of valid communication.

The primary objective of this course is to clearly and definitively address, among other things, each of these issues as they relate to today’s fast paced world of business.

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P. O. Box 7513, Rocky Mount, NC 27804 

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