PROVIDING AN EXCEPTIONAL NEW EXPERIENCE
Real Estate Training, Licensure, and Continuing Education.
190 Charlois Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment
1. How can I obtain a Real Estate license in the state of North Carolina?
Through the attendance and completion of an NCREC approved education provider.
2. Do you have to take real estate courses to become a real estate agent?
License applicants must complete the 75-hour North Carolina Broker Pre-licensing Course at/through a Commission-certified Education Provider or possess education and/or real estate experience the Commission finds equivalent to such course.
3. Can you take a real estate license course online?
Yes, at the Mitchell Academy, students may take part in Instructor-led coursework, or through the self-paced curriculum coursework.
4. What is the online test preparation for pre-licensure?
Online and self-paced class tests will be delivered via Digital Chalk, online proprietary digital test platform. How long does it take to get a real estate license on-line?
5. How long does it take to obtain a real estate license through an in-person licensure course?
The Mitchell Academy will provide students with an 80-hour course curriculum to meet the 75-hour North Carolina Broker Pre-licensing Course requirement.
6. Who is required to have a real estate license in North Carolina?
Any person or business entity who engages in brokerage must have a real estate license.
7. How do I start a career in real estate in North Carolina?
Obtainment of Broker licensure through the completion of an NCREC approved Pre-licensure course curriculum.
8. Where can I purchase the Pre-licensing textbook?
The Mitchell Academy provides the Pre-licensing textbook at an additional charge. The textbook may also be purchased through the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s Publication Section.
9. How much continuing education is required after pre-licensure obtainment?
Provisional Broker candidacy requires 90 hours of continuing education post-licensure.
NECESSARY TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT TO ACCESS/COMPLETE THE COURSE
The Mitchell Academy will request that students have access to a computer, tablet, phone, or other related device that can access the internet. Students may also choose to purchase a standard finance calculator to solve specific math problems embedded with the NCREC Standard Course of Study. These tools will be required for use throughout the entire course and any assigned coursework by the instructor.
A description of the method by which student attendance will be verified and recorded. Student attendance is very important at The Mitchell Academy. If a student is attending a synchronous class via Zoom, final attendance will be taken no later than 5 minutes past the first hour. Rest breaks will take place every 50 minutes. Students are to be back onto Zoom at the top of each instructional hour and are to remain through the duration of the class until dismissed by the instructor. The instructor is not to allow class to be accessed while driving, shopping, or at a sporting event. The instructor will require students to display their cameras to the “on” position at all times, displaying their faces during instruction. Should the student disappear from the Zoom call, an absence is noted and will result in a dismissal from the course. If a student is seen driving, that is an automatic removal. Students are notified in email if they are to retake the course. The contact information of technical support service. Students can reach the instructor on duty for the course if technical problems arise. The Education Director, or other assistant, will be available when the course begins to give students a direct contact for assistance should their technical difficulties prevent them from joining the rest of the class. Phone numbers and email addresses will be given to the students when they register for the course.
A description of all instructional methods and aids, as well as how and when they will be employed. The Mitchell Academy will distribute paper copies of BICUP and GENUP materials and will be provided to the student at no charge, as provided by the NCREC. Students may also have a flash drive with the information loaded, a pdf emailed to them, or download materials from our website at www.themitchellacademy.com. Students will need access to a computer, tablet, or phone that can be used for internet purposes.
A description of the synchronous platform to be utilized for instruction. Students attending class via a synchronous platform will need to have access to a computer, tablet, or phone that can be used for internet purposes. A reliable stream of WiFi or phone service will be used to carry the connection to the online teaching platform. The Mitchell Academy will use Zoom as an online instructional platform to provide instruction on behalf of the NCREC. Students will take part in slides, literature, and conversation study through direct instruction via online meetings with an assigned instructor. These instructional tools will contain a variety of images, information components, and case study review related to the NCREC Manual for Pre-Licensure. The Zoom link will be provided via email to assigned students to be accessed for the assigned course. Students will be directed to click on the online meeting link to join the course at the assigned times directed by the instructor via email communication. Students are responsible for accessing the class via Zoom at the specific, assigned times during the entirety of the course. Student orientation and course/platform tutorial information. During the initial course, the instructional syllabus will be reviewed by the assigned instructor.