Real Estate

The Pitt Community College Continuing Education Real Estate program provides the qualifying education to enable students who successfully complete the 80 hours to sit for the North Carolina Real Estate Exam. In addition to preparing students to obtain their Real Estate license, we offer continuing education and post-licensing classes for real estate brokers.

Brokers are required to complete 8 hours of continuing education annually to maintain an active status on their real estate license. Post-licensing classes are required to be completed by provisional brokers within 18 months of receiving their provisional broker status. Post-licensing classes include Broker Relationships & Responsibilities; Contracts and Closings; and NC Laws, Rules & Legal Concepts.

Our goal for our Real Estate students is for them to understand the basic characteristics of real estate, how real estate is used, and the real estate market. Course work includes the practices and principles of real estate, emphasizing financial and legal applications, property development, and property values.

Real Estate Broker
Real Estate Property Manager
Leasing Agent
Real Estate Investor
Real Estate Developer
Real Estate Appraiser

  • Students will learn basic real estate concepts along with specific state and federal regulations regarding real estate brokerage practices.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of real estate topics including but not limited to property ownership, encumbrances, contract law, and property management.
  • Students will learn about fair housing and ethics practices, basic residential construction, and real property valuation.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to prepare closing documents, settlement statements, and other real
    estate math concepts.