How can I become a Real Estate Agent?


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Check out this great resource for information on the real estate licensing processes in the state of North Carolina:

Real Estate Licensing Booklet

Spring Real Estate Classes Begin on Thursday, January 7th

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Our 2016 Spring semester Broker Prelicensing classes will run from January 7th through May 10th.  The Broker Pre-Licensing RLS 112 course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  You have a choice of taking it in the morning from 9:00 to 11:20 am or in the evening from 6:30 to 8:50 pm.  An optional, but recommended, Real Estate Math RLS 113 course is taught in conjunction with the Broker course. 

The Post Licensing course “Selected Topics” will run from March 15th through April 19th with a holiday on April 7th.  It will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.  Post Licensing students must have already earned a Provisional Broker license from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.

All real estate classes are taught at the north campus on Blue Clay Road.   


Click here to apply!   Great News! You do NOT need any transcripts or placement tests!! Please call Sue at 362-7053

Click here to see our Pass Fail Ratio

Be prepared to sit for the NC Licensure Examination in only one semester – take RLS 112: Broker Pre-licensing in the Spring of 2016!

Two New Hanover County Subdivisions Are Approved


The recent approval of two New Hanover County subdivisions is evidence of an increase in developer activity.  This is great news for the local real estate market.  Click on the link below and read more about Tralee Place and Cottage Grove in an article by CeCe Nunn.


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Area Real Estate Leaders Discuss Market Conditions

Jim Wallace, CEO of Intracoastal Realty, was among industry leaders at a panel discussion on the local real estate market.  Wallace said, “There’s no question that real estate is back”…”It’s a challenging market, but it’s a good market.”

Click on the link to read the full story by Cece Nunn.

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Pending Home Sales Surge 6.1%

“According to the National Association of Realtors, pending home sales posted a sharp 6.1% rise in May.  This occurred as lower mortgage rates and rising inventories helped propel the market into the summer season.”  To read more click on the link below.

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Real Estate Industry Sees Positive Signs

“The Home Shopping Season blooms along with the azaleas” says Wayne Faulkner in his Star News Online article.  Click on the link to read the whole story.


2014 Parade of Homes

It’s almost here…The 2014 Parade of Homes!  You can tour homes over two weekends.  To learn more click on this link.


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Real Estate Firms Are Hiring

Check out this article and see who has been hiring lately!  Click on this link to learn more.


“Wilmington Area to See Positive Economic, Job Growth”

At an event held at Cape Fear Community College’s Union Station building, economist Mekael Teshome spoke about the Wilmington area. To read the entire article by Jenny Callison click here.


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Senate Passes Flood Insurance Bill

The Senate recently passed a flood insurance bill.  This is important for our area because it impacts so many residents.  “This is the best news we’ve gotten out of Washington for a long time” said Jody Wainio, WRAR President.  Click below to read the full article.

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