Pitt Community College’s Real Estate program provides all the Real Estate courses you need to obtain or maintain a real estate license in North Carolina. From pre- and post-licensing education to the annual continuing education requirements, our Real Estate program meets the educational needs of the real estate community.
We provide you with the Real Estate courses you need to begin a lucrative career in real estate. Upon completion of the 90-hour program, you’ll be eligible to sit for the North Carolina Real Estate Exam.
In addition to preparing students to obtain their real estate license, we offer Real Estate continuing education and post-licensing classes for brokers. Brokers are required to complete eight hours of real estate continuing education annually to keep their license active. Provisional brokers are required to complete post-licensing classes within 18 months of receiving their provisional broker status. Post-licensing classes include Broker Relationships and Responsibilities; Contracts and Closings; and NC Laws, Rules and Legal Concepts.
Our goal for all our Real Estate continuing education students is for you to obtain the necessary knowledge of real estate concepts and principles, license laws, and best practices in the real estate industry. Real Estate courses include the practices and principles of real estate, emphasizing financial and legal applications, property development, and property values.
There are several benefits to choosing us for your real estate continuing education, including:
Our Real Estate continuing education graduates go on to work with local and national real estate firms as full- or part-time brokers.
Career opportunities include:
Real Estate Broker
Real Estate Property Manager
Real Estate Investor
Real Estate Developer
Real Estate Appraiser
In PCC’s Real Estate continuing education program, you will: