Thursday, December 28, 2017

Post License Real Estate Course in North Carolina Near Asheville in Hendersonville (2018)

First Real Estate School at 404 S, Main Street in Hendersonville, North Carolina will be teaching a post license class (302) on January 12, 2018.  This is a Friday.  The class will meet every Friday for four Fridays.  This is the 12th, 19th, 26th and Feb 2nd.

This is one the post license real estate class that every provisional broker has to take before the anniversary of passing the North Carolina real estate exam.  There is a choice of three courses.  This course is Contracts and Closings.  The tuition is $180.

First Real Estate School will loan you the textbook
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission publishes the text book for this course.  It s called the "North Carolina Real Estate Manual"   This textbook costs $44.  That is because they charge by the pound.  It is 850 pages.  At First Real Estate School, we supply the textbook for you.  We loan it to you like high school.  Unlike high school, we do not care if you write in the textbook.  They will be obsolete in a year.  You do not have to buy a textbook.  We don't sell them. We loan them to our real estate post license students.  The cover is blue.

There is an exam for this class.  We teach you what you need to know to pass that test.

Many students tell me that this class is dull at some real estate schools.  It is not dull at First Real Estate School.  Read our Google reviews on our website at

If you received your North Carolina real estate license in 2017, join us for your first, second or third post license class.   Please send an email to your old classmates from pre license class and tell them about this class.  If you have already attended one of First Real Estate School's post license classes, please leave a comment about your experience.

Call us at 828 440 1064 to enroll in this post license course.  You must take this class at some North Carolina real estate school before the anniversary of your getting your first North Carolina real estate license.  Check with the North Carolina Real Estate Commission for details.

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